26K-Mile 1994 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning Is Up On BaT

The Original 1990s Muscle Truck...

A rare gem from the automotive world has surfaced on the auction block, offering enthusiasts a chance to own a piece of history. This 1994 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning is one of only 4,007 produced for the model year, making it a sought-after collectible among truck aficionados.

Originally delivered to Orange Motor Co in Albany, New York, this SVT Lightning boasts a mere 26,000 miles on the odometer, indicating its well-preserved condition. Under the hood lies a potent 5.8-liter (351 cubic-inch) WINDSOR V8 engine paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and a limited-slip differential, delivering robust performance and a thrilling driving experience.

1994 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning. (BringATrailer).

Finished in Ebony over Opal Gray cloth, the SVT Lightning exudes a sporty and stylish aura, with distinctive vinyl graphics and SVT Lightning-specific styling cues. Equipped with 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, fog lights, a sliding rear window, and more, this truck is as functional as it is eye-catching.

Inside the cabin, occupants are treated to bucket seats upholstered in Opal Gray cloth, featuring embroidered Lightning logos on the backrests. The center console offers convenient cupholders, while amenities such as a cassette stereo, air conditioning, and cruise control enhance the overall driving experience.

1994 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning. (BringATrailer).

Currently listed on the automotive auction site BringATrailer.com, this pristine 1994 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning presents a rare opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts alike. Complete with a window sticker, owner’s manuals, purchase documents, service records, and a clean Carfax report, this truck comes with a comprehensive history and documentation.

With its low mileage, exceptional condition, and iconic status, the 1994 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning stands as a testament to Ford’s commitment to performance and innovation. Bidding for this remarkable vehicle ends on Wednesday, May 22, at 2:53 p.m. EDT.