This stunning 1956 Ford F100 is sure to draw crowds at car shows. From the two-tone paint, chrome wheels, tilt front end, custom tonneau cover and numerous other body modifications, this is an attention getter. This truck is all steel with a lot of hours put into modifying the body. Cadillac taillights have been worked into the custom bed and the door handles have been shaved. The drip rails have been removed and one-piece windows have been added to continue that smooth and clean look up front and the truck has been given a killer stance. Under the tilt front end is a built 460 with custom intake, mirrored firewall, and tons of chrome and billet. An aluminum radiator with dual electric fans keep this big block cool for long hauls. A 2 inch serpentine belt system ensures no belt slippage and looks very cool! The engine is mated to a C6 automatic transmission with 2,000 stall converter and a ratchet shifter. A posi rear end with 4-link setup and coil over shocks put that power to the ground. The steering is handled by a Mustang II front end with power rack and pinion steering. With all that power you want to make sure you can stop. 4-wheel power disc brakes bring this truck to a stop in a hurry. The frame has been boxed and done in black for a clean look underneath as well. The Optima battery has been relocated to the bed along with a spare tire with custom cover. The bed has been bedlined so it can be used without worrying about scratching the beautiful paint job. Open the door and check out the leather and suede custom interior! Custom door panels, seats, dash and headliner are modern and comfortable. Digital gauges let you keep an eye on everything while you cruise and listen to your favorite tunes with the AM FM CD player in the custom center console. A control panel is right in reach that starts the vehicle, controls the electric fan, power windows, and gives you a power point for your phone. Cupholders have also been added to the console, because who doesn t like a cold drink on the way to and from a car show? This truck has less than 500 miles since the build was completed so it is ready to roll!!