Ford F-100s Invade MAG Auctions

When Arizona Auction Week revs to live next month, MAG Auctions is one of the first venues of the week to have collector cars rolling cross the block. Running from January 10 to 12 at the Peoria Sports Complex in Peoria, AZ, the docket is quickly filling-up with collectible autos. A number of them are pristine examples of Fords legendary F-100.

The rarest of these Ford pickups is the 1954 Ford F-100 with a Marmon-Herrington All-Wheel-Drive conversion. This unusual Ford features new paint, a new interior and a 406-ci Ford V8. For those wanting more performance from their pickup, check out this custom 1954 Ford F-100 that has been built for street duty. The black on black pickup has a 502hp crate engine under-the-hood with electronic fuel injection and Sanderson headers. Other upgrades include Heidts front and rear suspension, a 4L60E automatic transmission and Wilwood four-piston brakes with 11-inch rotors.

Also available is  a pro-touring 1956 Ford F-100 fitted with a 400hp LS1, automatic transmission, power disc-brakes and adjustable coil-over shocks. And another 1656 Ford F-100 with a 302 V8 built with a roller cam and rocking a full custom interior.

For full details and the latest additions to MAG Auctions January sale click here

Images courtesy of MAG Auctions

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