In recent years, eighth- and ninth-generation Ford F-150 models have begun to garner more interest from collectors, with nice, low-mile examples selling for solid money at auction. That includes this 17k-mile 1994 XLT Lariat, this 64k-mile 1994 XLT, and this 195-mile 1990 XLT, to name just a few. Now, we have yet another pristine ninth-generation model to drool over – this 1995 Ford F-150 XLT that has just 4k miles on the clock and is currently up for grabs at Bring a Trailer.
This 1995 Ford F-150 XLT is a fairly basic, regular cab, two-wheel drive model that was just acquired from the original owner’s estate, and clearly, that person didn’t drive it very much over the years. As a result, the Raven Black exterior looks like brand new, as does the truck’s polished trim, brushed aluminum accents, chrome bits and pieces, and 15-inch wheels, which are wrapped with 235/75 Goodyear Wrangler HT tires.
The interior is likewise in seemingly brand new condition, trimmed in Opal Grey cloth with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a variety of amenities including air conditioning, rubber floor mats, an AM/FM/CD stereo, a center console with cup holders, power windows, and power door locks.
Underneath, this 1995 F-150 is equipped with the optional heavy-duty rear suspension, as well as power-assisted front disc brakes and rear drums. Power comes from the naturally-aspirated Ford 351 Windsor V8, which generates 210 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque and flows to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission and a 3.55-geared limited-slip rear differential.
Originally sold by Ruxer Ford-Lincoln-Mercury in Jasper, Indiana at an MSRP of $20,089, it’s a pretty safe bet that this special find will easily eclipse that price at auction, as the F-150 has already been bid up past the $14k mark with six days to go.
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(Reads its an automatic)
“yuck, oh well”