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  • The beneficiary of a detailed, ground-up restoration
  • Correct 239 cubic inch Ford V8
  • 3-speed manual transmission
  • Vinyl interior that's complete with factory heat
  • Era-correct Sheridan Blue paint
  • Sale includes a 1949-50-51 Ford F-Series Trucks Shop Manual
  • Varnished bed
  • 16-inch steel wheels
  • 10-bolt rear axle

Sometimes you just need an honest, no frills truck.

There's an innate coolness to offerings like this well-restored Ford F1. No gimmicks, no customization and no modern “conveniences” distracting you from an engaging driving experience. Just a factory-spec throwback to the golden days of America and hardworking visionaries who built an empire. A cool head turner that celebrates blue collar swagger, this polished pickup capitalizes on timeless design and universal appeal. And, whether you're a diehard Ford fan, an old school truck lover or just a curious buyer who's looking for something wholly traditional, it's a cool classic that's sure to please!


While its basic shape is certainly appealing, first rate detailing is what makes this F1 really pop. Dressed and ready to roll, the truck was meticulously rebuilt during a thorough, ground-up restoration that included a traditional coat of Sheridan Blue 2-stage. Under that retro pigment, an incredibly straight fuselage features solid panels that display good fit and finish. Sleeved tailgate chains activate to reveal a highly varnished bed that's secured by Black skid strips. In addition to just the right amount of chrome, the truck's idealistic profile is highlighted by Black bumpers, Black steps and a bright silver grille. And overall, this road-ready cruiser carries every indication that its high-quality reboot was a well-planned effort.


If Henry Ford perfected one aspect of his automobiles, it was the Ford V8. Introduced in 1932 as a durable, torque-rich competitor to more expensive and labor-intensive 8-cylinders, the 'flatty' quickly became the standard for traditional and kustom builds. And, in keeping with that tradition, this strapping classic is powered by a correct, 239 cubic inch 8RT block. The throaty mill spins smooth 6.75 to 1 compression into an even 100 horsepower and 181 lb./ft. of reliable torque. Rebuilt and largely correct, the bright red engine perches a small Ford carburetor on 24-bolt heads. Cool details, like Ford-branded hoses, a Ford voltage regulator and an old school generator, add enough texture to sit at the show. And overall, this pickup's body-matched engine bay is a charming and 100% functional step back in to a much simpler, and some would say better, period of American automotive history.


Crawling under this classy blue oval reveals a sturdy frame and solid floors that are coated in a clean combination of red and black pigment. Power meets the ground through a traditional 3-speed, which twists torque to a proven 10-bolt axle. Correct leaf springs and drum brakes occupy all four corners of the chassis, mixing rugged road prowess with firm and solid stops. A single-pipe exhaust system begins with cast iron manifolds and progresses through a factory replacement muffler. And everything rolls on Sheridan Blue steelies, which turn 6.00-16 BF Goodrich Silvertown 4-plys around polished, Ford-stamped hubcaps.


When you pop this pickup's doors, you'll find a crisp vinyl cockpit that's simple and purposeful. A requisite bench seat complements neutral side panels, a tight headliner and a black floor mat. In front of that seat, a Sheridan Blue dash hangs vintage telemetry and a correct AM radio over a factory heater. A large steering wheel laps a thin, column-mounted shifter. And panel-free doors add to the truck's tough, utilitarian charm.


* A 1949-50-51 Ford F-Series Trucks Shop Manual with 1952 supplement

Whether it's simple nostalgia or their long list of extremely useful virtues, one thing is certain: trucks NEVER go out of style. And when they're restored this well, they seem to never fade away. In the market for something cool? Looking for something traditional? Yearning for something that, unlike so many resto-mods and modern cars, hasn't lost one ounce of its intended purpose or charm? Don't miss your chance to claim this timeless F1!



* The beneficiary of a detailed, ground-up restoration
* Correct 239 cubic inch Ford V8
* 3-speed manual transmission
* Vinyl interior that's complete with factory heat
* Era-correct Sheridan Blue paint
* Sale includes a 1949-50-51 Ford F-Series Trucks Shop Manual
* Varnished bed
* 16-inch steel wheels
* 10-bolt rear axle

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