The first generation of the line was born as an unassuming truck, but when the second one arrived, in 1953, Ford went for the design changes that would make this version of the F-Series a hit among the custom shops of today.
The present custom F-Series segment is filled with custom F-100s, some better made than others. The one pictured in the gallery above sure is part of the first category.
Sporting a two-tone color in black and silver, the build checks all the right boxes when it comes to styling. The iconic face of the original pickup has been kept, only given a more hot rod-like appearance, the flowing lines on the fenders and hood visually match the rest of the body, while the rear end perfectly rounds up the custom message the truck is trying to send.
Build on a Mustang front suspension and a 9-inch Ford rear, the pickup is not powered by a Ford engine, but by a Chevrolet 410ci (6.7-liter) V8 one of undisclosed power. The engine is controlled by means of an automatic transmission, and power is sent to the ground through Foose Nitrous wheels sized 18 and 20 inches.
The interior is custom as well, and comes wrapped in leather, has matching carpets, and a set of Autometer White face gauges.
This custom F-100 is for sale in Ohio, and it does not come cheap: the asking price is $75,000.