The 1965 Ford F-100 was the second-to-last model year of the fourth generation. It introduced independent front suspension on non-4WD models. This resulted in a more comfortable ride that felt more like a car than a truck. Despite being a vintage pickup, restoring your F-100’s suspension to its former glory results in surprisingly smooth driving. Even by today's standards.
Apart from the suspension, engine and exhaust upgrades are common on this model. Components like a cat-back exhaust and cold-air intake are simple ways to add power.
If you're doing a restomod, engine swaps will get your truck ready for the drag strip. For the street, a new air suspension will give you a custom ride height. You'll be able to raise and lower it whenever you want.
You can also modernize your interior with new upholstery and seats. A modern audio system is one of the most popular upgrades for restomods.
If you're going for a full restoration, OEM-style parts are easy to find. From body restoration to electrical wiring, it’s simple to find the parts on your list. Bumpers, tailgates, lighting, and cooling components will fit like they're from the factory.