Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to offer this one owner 1979 Ford F150. The sixth-generation Ford F-Series was introduced for the 1973 model year. Known by enthusiasts as the "Dentside," the F150 model series, which was new for the 1975 model year, was introduced to bridge the gap between the F100 and the F250. With a new paint job in 1990 with the original colors of Dark Jade Metallic and light sand, this truck still looks factory fresh. Under the hood is something you don't see every day, a 460CID V-8 that has a propane conversion. This motor was rebuilt around 12k miles ago in 2015 and received some upgrades in the form of being bored .030 over, new valve springs, Comp Cams, long tube headers with Magnaflow dual exhaust. Helping all this power get to the ground is a C6 automatic transmission that has extra clutch plates and a shift kit as well as a gear vendors over drive and four-wheel drive. With a combined total of 48 gallons of gasoline and 80 gallons of propane on board this truck is meant for the long hauls. Additional drivetrain modifications include rear suspension overload springs for those heavy loads and the upgrade to rear disc brakes. The cabin features a bench seat that was redone in 1990 and is upholstered in tan cloth along with the original dash and door panels in coordinating colors. Features include cold blowing air conditioning, an AM/FM/Cassette radio, new carpet, and a Midland CB radio. The two-spoke steering wheel with wood accents frames an 85-mph speedometer as well as gauges for fuel level, coolant temperature, battery voltage and oil pressure. Big, fun, and very clean, this Ford 4x4 is the truck you always saw on the road after it was too late. Don't miss this chance to get one in the renewed prime of its life.