Whoever went through this 1978 Ford F-150 and completely redid it obviously did an amazing job, because the truck looks like a polished piece of jewelry now. That starts on the outside, where a darker red hue looks miles-deep and is accented perfectly by a boatload of new chrome. And while there’s nothing wrong with a stock stance, we are digging the four-inch lift, 15-inch polished aluminum wheels, and BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires on this rig.

There are a couple of modern touches on the exterior as well, including LED headlights and power-retractable running boards. Dual exhaust tips poke out of the rear and lead to a Ford 400 cubic-inch V8 that lies under the hood with a Holley intake manifold and carb on top. Power flows through a four-speed manual transmission to a Ford 9-inch rear end and Dana 44 front differential.

Meanwhile, the black interior features a host of niceties as well, including a pair of bucket seats, a center console with cup holders, a Vintage Air A/C unit, power steering, a Billet Specialties steering wheel, Dakota Digital gauges, and a Kenwood and JL audio sound system capable of belting out some serious tunes.

Put it all together, and we’ve got one sweet classic 1978 Ford F-150 that pretty much anyone would love to own. Whether or not it’s worth the hefty $70k asking price, well, that’s for buyers to decide, but we haven’t been shocked by sky-high classic truck prices in some time.