All the suspension, driveline, brake, fuel, and electrical work was done by Level Seven Motorsports in Marion Illinois. Level Seven does major, big dollar builds. I mention this because I want everyone to know that the work done on this truck is professional. It was not scabbed together in a backyard by a friend that “knows how to weld”. There are far too many new parts and pieces to list individually. I will generalize this listing by saying that the suspension, brakes, fuel, and electrical systems are new. Please see pictures for details. I will be happy to answer any questions in regards to operation and condition. Body Condition: This is a very solid truck. As for the bed, I planned to clean it up and have a spray in liner done. The paint is a mystery blue, single stage with various runs and sags, it was done by a previous owner. The truck is at a stage where it can be driven as-is or taken to the next level with some bodywork and paint. Interior: The interior is pretty bare. I pulled the rubber floor covering out. The floor pans are thin and have some old patches in them from a previous owner. They are not a major job, but I have not had them done. There is a newer seat installed on the factory 1967 brackets. The seat id from a mid 90s f-150. The door panels were cut for speakers by a previous owner. I have found and will include some uncut 1967 panels. I bought the Kenwood stereo and Rockford Fosgate speakers from crutchfield.com last summer. The stereo has Bluetooth streaming. The speakers are not permanently installed, but will be included. The dash pad is an original I found online. Dash pad is blue and in excellent condition. The gauge pod is from Munssey Speed and Design. It’s picture is actually used on their website. The Nardi steering wheel is sweet and really stands out while fitting in. Mechanicals: The truck was completely rewired. Very neat work, right down to the door jamb dome light switches. New steering column from IDIDIT. New gauges. All new fuel lines. All new brake lines. New radiator and fan, new coolant lines. All new seals in rear-end. Lokar shift linkage, and gas pedal. Wilwood brakes. RideTech coilovers.
I can provide copies of invoices that show work done. You can add up the parts, plus a truck and a little labor cost and see $30,000 leave your wallet.
1967 Ford F100 Engine: 4.6 2v Transmission: 4r70w Engine/Trans Control: Holley Dominator Driveshaft: aluminum Rear end: Ford 9” with 3.70 gear Fuel Pump: Holley in tank fuel module Fuel Tank: Mustang style, rear mounted between bed rails. Cool Cap filler cap in bed floor. Exhaust: Custom with Magnaflow muffler. Passenger side exit. Front Suspension: Crown Vic IFS with RideTech adjustable coilovers Rear Suspension: RideTech Parallel 4 link with RideTech coilovers Steering: Nardi Deep Corn steering wheel mounted on Ididit GM style column Front Brakes: Power disc oem Crown Vic Rear Brakes: Wilwood Disc Wheels: 18” KMC Nova Gauges: Holley EFI including speedometer, voltage, oil pressure, coolant temp, fuel level, tach Gauge Housing: Munssey Speed & Design Carbon Fiber Blank Slate Electric: American Autowire complete chassis kit

link to the build pics:  http://www.levelsevenmotorsports.com/projects/crown-royal/

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