This old service truck has plenty of patina and personality.
Patina is a fairly popular fashion trend on vehicles these days, and it's usually really easy to tell if it is natural or if it was painted on, but that is not the case with this 1965 Ford F-250 service truck. Either this truck sat out in the weather just long enough to fade the paint without rusting through any the body panels, or this is one of the best faux patina paint jobs around. Regardless of which is the case, this is a really cool-looking truck that is currently being sold by Street Dreams in Fredericksburg, Texas.
The condition of this truck leaves the door open for just about any possibilities its next owner has in mind. It would look just as good parked in front of a parts store as it would rolling up to a car show, but no matter where this truck goes, it is sure to attract attention. If the patina and the Gulf logo don't do the job, the rumbling big-block 390 CID V8 under the hood of this three-quarter ton service truck will definitely get this truck plenty of looks.
While the exterior has a weathered, old-timey look to it, the interior couldn't be any cleaner. The bench seat is free from any wear you'd expect an old work truck to have, and the dash appears to have a better paint job than some classics out there; even the gauges and gauge trim are in excellent condition! Both the headliner and the carpet of this truck look brand new, and coming up through the carpet is a tall, work-ready shifter for the four-speed manual transmission.
Gallery: 1965 Ford F-250 Is Ready For Work Or Show
If you're in the market for a classic truck with equal amounts of power and patina, Street Dreams has this F-250 currently listed for $11,500 or you can click HERE to make an offer!