1994 Ford F150 XLT 2wd short bed reg cab 5.0 multi port
My truck is life changing
New air filter; the previous owner put in a cheapo cleanable air cleaner, and it was soaked in the stuff used to clean them with. A tip for you, don't over oil your aftermarket air filters; they will dirty your MAF and temperature sensor in the air box.
Motorcraft plugs; didn't need them, but I always do a tuneup on new to me vehicles.
Accel perf wires just upgraded; wasn't necessary.
Accel cap, rotor, coil not needed.
I have been thru my share of vehicles in my young life, and this 94 F150 is my absolute favorite!! I thought I was a Chevy guy until I bought this. I can't ever go back.
I found mine with 120,000; a short bed, short cab! Just like I always wanted in a truck. I paid 1000$, and in my opinion I wouldn't even sell it if you handed me 5000$ for it.
Mine came with a few issues, and I'm proud to say that finally I have an awesome project truck. It came with tinted windows and a stereo system that I upgraded even more; 500 RMS is a lot in a short bed. I haven't even reached its peak of power, and it's a monster!!
There's a ton of aftermarket parts for this truck; that's a big plus. It's not cheap to lower, but you can't beat how much abuse the stock suspension will take and keep on going. I have 20" wheels on mine, and it is rare calypso green with custom forest green fading up, with an old ground effects step and wheel covers.
I talk to my truck, I treat my truck like family, and mine was from south, so there's little to no rust on the cab. That is right, I still have my fenders LOL.
I will have this very truck until I pass it down to my child, but in the meantime, I'm looking for the same year, but a 4x4 4 door to give him a brother.
If you are looking to get one, you should. Any one of the three engines they offered, if taken care of previously, will last forever. Maintenance required LOL. Good luck
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th November, 2013