This 1979 Ford F-100 Custom stepside has a mean look and a mean stance. So it's perfect that there's a mean fuel-injected small block and the control of a five-speed under the skin. But when you're checking this one out, what you'll really love is how it delivers a true total package. Everything from the A/C interior to the upgraded suspension show you that a means machine can also be quite a thoughtful custom. There's less than 1,500 miles on the build in total, and so you're going to enjoy it for more than just its big power. The black paint sets a dark and intimidating attitude, but at the same time, there is also a high-gloss look of quality. The whole package is a comprehensive detail away from being a show-stopper, but for those of us who drive our classics, it already has the right level of shine. It helps highlight extra curves you get on the stepside bed. It's a style we don't see too often on F-100s of this year, and so that just adds to this truck's distinction. There's plenty of attraction up front where you not only get the chrome bumper and the 1979 truck's square headlight front end, but also this has upgrades like the blackout grille and clear headlights. Plus, even with the lowered suspension, there's still real lumber in the bed to give you the right touch of the classic pickup vibe. The interior has the right pieces to make sure you enjoy a classic truck feeling, like the well-done tan bench seat and sliding rear glass. There's also an AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth and cold R134a air conditioning to make sure anyone riding with you stays comfortable. But really, most of the features here let you know this is an upgraded driver's truck. That's why you have the sports steering wheel on a tilt column, full Dakota Digital gauge package, Hurst floor shifter, line lock control, and the modern Holley EFI controller. The engine bay continues the truck's dark heart style. At the center is a mighty 302 cubic-inch V8 bored out to 306ci total. It's built right with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system, aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and a nice set of wrapped headers that add power while also helping the X-pipe dual exhaust give a wicked rumble. The five-speed manual transmission puts you in complete control, and the 4.10 rear end gives you seriously quick take-offs. And because this truck has the power to be a true street machine, they upgraded the suspension to really be improve the handling. It now has a Crown Vic independent front suspension upgrade, and the rear is a four-link with stabilizer bar and adjustable coilovers. This enhanced driving package also has power steering, grippy Dunlop sport tires, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes. This is an awesome fuel-injected classic street truck. So if you want to look incredibly mean from the comfort of an A/C interior, you know you can't miss this deal. Call now!