Is it worth buying a 1967 Ford F-100 for a first car


Asked by military Jan 05, 2016 at 04:29 PM about the 1967 Ford F-100 Ranger

Question type: General

I love classic cars, especially the trucks.
I am almost of buying a car and I really want a 1967 F-100 3-speed manual
and I was just wondering is it worth buying restored?
My grandpa is really good with classic cars and can help fix it but says stuff
on it will break all the time. He said to look at late 90'a and early 2000's for a
reliable truck.
So, is a 1967 F-100 a reliable truck and will it run alright without having to fix
it 24/7.

6 Answers


sure and easy and cheap parts....

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Easy to work on and fun as well. It may even increase in value!

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As far as reliability it will take driving it for a while to find the problems and there will be some, but once it is repaired it will be quite reliable. I would look at installing electronic ignition and disk brakes to make it better to drive.

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Is the truck a total beater or a clean, low mile daily driver? How about a photo?

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