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The Top 5 Most Expensive Cars Owned By Bruce Springsteen – SlashGear

One of his less expensive models, the Ford F100 remains a classic pickup and a favorite in Bruce Springsteen’s garage. His personal 1970 F100 is likely a priceless piece of Americana, but another of the same variety would fetch roughly $25,500, according to CarHP. Bruce’s model isn’t considered a collector’s piece, he says instead: “They’re what I call drivers. A small collection of older American vehicles that I get in and drive once in a while” (via GQ). 

On Twitter, Springsteen once featured his Ford with the caption “In my white Ford pickup that served me so well.” It’s clear that this piece of American trucking history is indescribably special to the artist. While Springsteen typically sings about muscle cars like his Camaro, Corvette, and others, this classic is clearly a firm favorite when hitting the road to think or just enjoy the breeze.

The truck offers a driver 165 horsepower, a 3-speed manual transmission and a 4.0L Inline-6 engine (via CarHP). What’s more, the Ford F100 is styled with iconic bodywork. Car and Driver notes that Icon’s Restored (a company that has reintroduced a variety of vintage models with modern gear) has tried its hand with these trailblazers as well. The customized F100 ride will set you back a whopping $400,000, though.

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