If youre like me, you glanced at the photos and said to yourself, Wow, what a pretty truck! This 1951 Ford F-1 has a classic look, but its also been very tastefully upgraded to create an awesome resto-mod that gets just about everything right, including the bargain price tag. The soft blue paint on this truck isnt quite an original Ford color, but its not totally wrong, either. The 1950s were all about pastels and it works as well here as it did on, say, a vintage Crown Victoria. The redesigned F-1 is one of the best looking trucks of all time, so they didnt try to reinvent it when this one was built, so it keeps a very authentic look. The bumpers and grille are still traditional white and all the factory trim remains in place. Finish quality is quite good, with clean bodywork and a nice shine to the light blue paint. The body and bed are steel and it all works together to create an iconic truck that will stand out everywhere it goes. The few chrome bits still on the truck are in excellent condition and we love the way they painted the Ford script on the tailgate to make it stand out. Of course theres wood in the bed, and it has a fantastic dark stain that contrasts nicely with the paint, a trick that gives the truck an upscale character. The interior is simple, with the original bench seat reupholstered in black vinyl with original-looking pleats. The bright blue paint wraps onto the door panels and the dash was finished in black to keep it from becoming pastel overload. The factory gauges were replaced with a beautiful set of dials that were built just for this application and theres a big wood-rimmed wheel that adds warmth to the interior. The rest appears to be fairly stock, from the crank windows to the rubber floor mat, so it still feels like a vintage pickup truck when you slide behind the wheel. Attention to detail matters and this Ford manages to create an old truck feel that doesnt feel antiquated. Reliable power comes in the form of a 302 cubic inch V8 from a late-model, with a chassis borrowed from a 70s pickup. As a result, its no slouch in the performance department, sporting a Weiand intake manifold, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, a modest camshaft, and a big radiator up front. A serpentine belt drive system helps with reliability, and that donor truck also supplied power front disc brakes and power steering, so its a joy to drive. The twin I-beam suspension is built to work and there are leaf springs out back, so that bed isnt exclusively for show if you have some light hauling to do. A custom Flowmaster exhaust system sounds awesome and the C4 3-speed automatic transmission feeds a 9-inch rear end thats virtually indestructible. Handsome chrome wheels with baby moon hubcaps give it a bit of an old-school look and carry 275/60/15 white-letter radials. A truck that looks great and drives even better, this pretty Ford attracts a lot of attention but the guy who will enjoy it most is the one sitting behind the wheel. Call today!
Just a neat old pickup? Guess again! Someone pulled out all the stops on this 1952 Ford F-1, giving it a traditional look with plenty of vintage horsepower compliments of a Chevy small block, slick-shifting automatic transmission, and a great 1950s look. If you appreciate performance hidden inside an old-school truck, this Ford is for you! At first glance, this handsome pickup has just the right vintage look to be charming. You dont expect it to be fast, not with looks like that, but it will bring a smile to everyones face when they see it ambling down the road. The freshened Ford face would become one of the most popular vehicles in history, and despite thousands of dollars worth of work, this one retains its commercial good looks with modest trim and gorgeous bright blue paint. Its quite straight, suggesting that this one was tasked with light-duty work all its life, and when it was freshened someone took their time to get it right, because this sucker is awfully nice. The fat fenders look awesome crouching over the modern rolling stock, the original hood and doors fit quite nicely, and the bed has been filled with wood planks that lend it a rustic feel. Theres a custom rear roll pan with four taillights out back, so its easy to spot on the roll, but the rest is quite traditional. Theres not much inside that hasnt been seriously reworked. The bucket seats look right at home and come from a late-model F150 so theyre comfortable and easy to adjust. The dash is original, but the gauges inside are modern Faria units that were neatly integrated into the design. A tilt column features an American Racing wheel with a fat rim and the floor-mounted shifter is linked to a TH350 3-speed automatic, so this little pickup is quite easy to drive. All the wiring is new, and aftermarket turn signals were added, since in 1952 they were still not standard equipment on pickup trucks. A Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo provides entertainment, although you may not need it with the way this one dances on the road. Its got a nice look, dont you think? The engine is a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 tucked down low in the engine bay so it almost looks authentic. The result it a torque factory that moves this pickup like a modern muscle car. Its a nice touch to see that it was painted the same corporate turquoise as the original flathead V8, although the Edelbrock intake manifold, 4-barrel carburetor, and chrome air cleaner suggest theres a bit more horsepower on tap. Service access is quite good and the simple hardware makes this truck bulletproof out on the road. The chassis incorporates a Mustang II front suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, 4-wheel disc brakes, and a lowered suspension that rides surprisingly well. The exhaust system is just about right, with a burbling exhaust note complements of a set of glasspack-style mufflers. Familiar Torque Thrust wheels look exactly right and theyre wrapped in staggered 15-inch radials to give it a bit of a rake. Nicely built but fully sorted, this is the kind of truck thats welcome just about everywhere it goes. With only about 5000 miles on the build, its ready to cruise right now. Call today!
On the surface, building a truck as amazing as this 1949 Ford F-1 pickup may seem easy, but when you look at the details that make it so seamless, you realize that a lot of talent and a big pile of money were required. You could probably build one like this yourself, but since it would take years and cost a big pile of cash, why not just take this one home instead? Bright red paint is a great look on a vintage pickup truck and while it was done a few years ago, it still looks great thanks to the many virtues of two-stage urethane. The shiny surface also highlights the rather extensive body modifications that include a nosed and decked hood with a custom vent, smooth fenders, shaved bumpers, and a rear roll pan that works with the deleted tailgate to make it look slick. Other details like the chrome grille and door handles were kept in place both for style and functionality purposes and the big FORD block letters on the nose will let everyone know what it is. The running boards were painted to match the bodywork and the bed is beautifully finished with an oak floor and stainless rub strips. There are also 39 Ford teardrop taillights, accessory step plates, and all new weather seals throughout. A full luxury interior was stuffed inside the pickups cab, including a nicely upholstered tan bench seat thats stylish yet appropriate. Matching cloth and vinyl door panels made it easy to get everything to work together and putting plush carpets on the floor helps to control noise and heat. The original dash remains, augmented by a custom insert full of VDO gauges while the rest of the dash was smoothed just the way the bodywork was. A GM tilt steering column and Grant GT steering wheel with a wood rim make it easy to get comfortable and the Lokar shifter is a vintage-looking piece that works rather well here. Its minimalist, but it does it with style. A lot of credit for the performance feel has to go to the 302 cubic inch crate motor under the hood, whose effortless power makes this truck a true pleasure to drive. It has less than 5000 miles on it and doesnt deviate much from stock so reliability is excellent. With about 250 horsepower on tap, it feels like it could pull all day without breaking a sweat, and with Ford Blue paint, a chrome air cleaner, and Ford ignition system, it almost looks OEM in this vintage truck. Underneath, the chassis offers a modern front clip including and independent suspension, power steering, and disc brakes, as well as a great-sounding exhaust system with tips that exit right under the rear roll pan. An automatic transmission and a Chevy 10-bolt rear end with relatively tall gears make it a fantastic highway cruiser and the lowered stance is just about right. Flashy 17-inch wheels wheels and 235/65/17 radials certainly help with the high performance look. This is the kind of truck that few guys get to own, but everyone wishes they could. Well, nows your chance, so call today!
On the surface, building a truck as amazing as this 1951 Ford F-1 pickup may seem easy, but when you look at the details that make it so seamless, you realize that a lot of talent and a big pile of money were required. You could probably build one like this yourself, but since it would take years and cost a big pile of cash, why not just take this one home instead? That beautiful copper paint is a great look on a vintage pickup truck and while it was done a few years ago, it still looks great thanks to the many virtues of two-stage urethane. On the curvaceous Ford sheetmetal, the design seems to emphasize every little detail and has a cool period look. Note the subtle eyebrows over the wheel openings, the shoulder that extends the hood line all the way around the cab, and the shape of the grille opening, all details that often get overlooked with ordinary paint. The nose is a one-piece fiberglass unit that tilts forward, theres a subtle chop on the roof, and the tailgate is smoothed, so it looks very slick from any angle. The running boards were painted to match the bodywork and the bed is beautifully finished with oak planks so its probably too nice to use as a truck these days. Most of the chrome was painted body color or shaved, and there are trick carbon-fiber details on the hood that resemble vintage vents. A full luxury interior was stuffed inside the pickups cab, including a nicely upholstered tan bench seat thats stylish yet appropriate. Matchng door panels made it easy to get everything to work together and putting plush carpets on the floor helps to control noise and heat. The original dash remains, augmented by two custom inserts full of Auto Meter gauges and an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo where the original AM radio might have lived. They created a custom lower panel that follows the curves of the dash, so it looks OEM and houses stuff like the A/C vents and controls. A polished steering column and 3-spoke wheel make it easy to get comfortable in the drivers seat where youll quickly forget youre in a 60-year-old pickup truck. You can see that theres a lot of money just in the interior alone. A lot of credit for the high-end feel has to go to the 302 cubic inch V8 under the hood, whose effortless power makes this truck a true pleasure to drive. Its been rebuilt to a substantially stronger spec that includes a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, polished Edelbrock intake manifold, and MSD ignition system. With plenty of horsepower on tap, it feels like it could pull all day without breaking a sweat, and looks like a million bucks doing it. A few dress-up pieces like the Ford Racing valve covers and matching air filter make it great to look at, and with a big aluminum radiator, it never gets cranky in traffic. It also uses a serpentine belt drive system for reliability. Underneath, the chassis offers a Mustang II front suspension, including power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes, as well as a great-sounding exhaust system with tips that exit just ahead of the rear wheels. An automatic transmission feeds a custom 9-inch rear end with highway gears that make it a fantastic highway cruiser and the lowered stance is just wicked. Flashy Torque Thrust wheels and staggered 215/65/15 front and 295/50/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials help with the high performance look. This is the kind of truck that few guys get to own, but everyone wishes they could. Well, nows your chance, so call today!
1951 Ford F1This F1 drives great and has plenty of power from a newer drive-train. It has a authentic patina, and a stock look, with the added safety of front disc brakes.The first-generation F-Series pickup (known as the Ford Bonus-Built) was introduced in 1948 as a replacement for the previous car-based pickup line introduced in 1942. The F-Series was sold in eight different weight ratings, with pickup, panel truck, cab-over engine (COE), conventional truck, and school bus chassis body styles.351WindsorAutomatic Transmission. New Seatfront disc brakesNew TiresNew Wood Bed9" Ford Rear end
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This beautiful 1951 Ford F1 has undergone a complete nut and bolt restauration and looks and drives absolutely fantastic. The 239cui flathead V8 is mated to a 3 speed manual that shift very smoothley . The paint is show quality and you can hop in and drive ! She is a real head turner and get thumbs up everywhere.
If you are looking for a thoughtfully built, well put together and reliable cruiser, then check this truck out. It is a super clean and wholesome F1 that looks good, drives great, and has a gorgeous interior that is packed with modern comfort and convenience items. It is almost like cheating when you start with a 52 F1 for a build. The lines are classic and the look is awesome. It was the first redesign for the Ford pickups after the war, and this is the last year model for this body style. This build was done with all original sheet metal and was completed in 2014. The Cool Vanilla paint is a basecoat/clearcoat system that is near flawless and shines bright. It is complemented by new chrome bumpers as well as the trim around the headlights, a slash of chrome down the side of the hood with Ford and an F1 badge set into it and there are strips of chrome along the running boards too. The truck sits low with a nice bit of chassis rake adding a bit of attitude to it while Eagle alloy wheels tuck up under the fenders and add their bit of flash. A tonneau cover in Cool Vanilla and Green adds a nice look that is echoed in the interior. Open the door and you will find that Vanilla and Green interior in all its custom glory. The door panel sets the tone in Vanilla sheet metal with F1 embossed at the bottom and a Green panel holding the door handle and power window switches. The bucket seats are works of art stitched with high grade leather in green stripes and piping with vanilla contrasting panels and a custom console between them. There is a three-spoke steering wheel of chrome and green mounted on a late model tilt column with a billet shifter for the automatic transmission. It sits in front of a dash panel with just two simple, white faced, Omega gauges. One is the speedo and the other contains the engine and fuel gauges. A billet Vintage Air control panel graces the center of the dash and below it, the lower dash is trimmed in green which matches up with the door panel nicely. It contains the vents for the A/C system as well as a JVC FM/CD/Bluetooth/iPod compatible stereo for your listening pleasure. Pop the hood and you will find a 350 cubic inch crate motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. The block and accessories have been color matched in green and there is lots of chrome with the air topper, valve covers, A/C compressor, alternator, master cylinder cap, spark plug wire guards and even the receiver dryer all chromed up for the show. The firewall has been smoothed for a clean look and an aluminum radiator keeps things running cool. The chassis is dressed out in the same color theme of green and vanilla as the rest of it. Modern running gear includes a 4-speed automatic transmission sending the power back to a 10 -bolt rear end with 3.42 gears. The front suspension has been upgraded to a coil over setup with rack and pinion steering, disc brakes and a beefy sway bar that really makes this truck handle well. The rubber meets the road through 195/60R15 tires in the front and 235/75R15s in the rear mounted on those sweet looking Eagle alloys. This is a good looking, comfortable and nice driving cruiser. Come on down and check it out.
This beautiful First Generation F Model 1952 Ford F1 Pick up is presented in Coral Flame Red with Tan interior. It has a beautiful oak bed and a 239 cu in 100hp Flathead V8 backed up by a 3 speed On the Tree manual Transmission. It has been completely restored that shows a quality FORD TRUCK. In the last year of the Bonus Built series, Ford introduced an overhead-valve 215-cid six-cylinder engine, rated at 101 horsepower. The flathead V-8, still at 239-cid, got a bump in compression ratio, increasing output to 106 horsepower. Hood trim was revamped, and front grille color was changed from silver to white, This one has the color matched with Chrome. The first F-Series truck (known as the Ford Bonus-Built) was introduced in 1948 as a replacement for the previous car-based pickup line introduced in 1941. It had a flat, one-piece windshield and integrated headlamps.1 It had a wider cab.1 Options included the See-Clear windshield washer (operated by foot plunger), passenger-side windshield wiper & sun visor, and passenger-side taillight. Design of the F-Series truck changed tremendously from 1950 to 1954. From 1948 to 1950, the grill was a series of horizontal bars and the headlights were set into the fenders. For 1951 and 1952, the headlights were connected by a wide aerodynamic cross piece with three similarly aerodynamic supports. The rear window was wider in the later trucks and the dashboard was redesigned. F-Series trucks were assembled at sixteen different Ford factories. Contact Kennith Stewart for more information at 1-877-689-6930
We are pleased to present this 1951 Ford F1 Resto Mod pickup truck. This Mystic Purple paint is excellent and has a rust free body from the iconic first generation Ford F series truck. The new wood decking on the bed and mirrors inside the tailgate and behind the cab, and a color matching bed cover is a real head turner. Under the hood it sports a 350ci 4 bolt with Holly carburetor paired and a TH400 3 speed automatic transmission with a dual exhaust and custom exhaust tips. The custom pin stripping adds a nice touch the paint. The chrome bumpers and trim all are in excellent condition. It has power front disc and rear drum brakes, with custom Pacer wheels and 225/70R15 BF Goodrich tires. The interior is equally stunning with leather seats engraved with 1951 stitching, custom door panels and custom headliner, all in excellent condition. It has the Mystic Purple color painted dash, new VDO gauges, Vintage Air, custom wood steering wheel with column tilt, Pioneer AM/FM/CD sound system and power windows. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please contact Savannah Classic Cars 912-235-2347.
1947 Ford F1 Hot Rod Chop Top Roadster. Has a small block 350 Chevy with new air bags in the rear. In running condition.
AMAZING AWARD WINNING 1951 FORD F-1 SHORTBED TRUCK!!!WOW!!! Rare opportunity to own this amazing, top award winning, impeccably restored jewel! This truck is an awesome beast! Some trucks turn heads, this one snaps necks!! The level of detail in this custom build is mind blowing.Truck of the year at F-100 Super National Truck Show. Featured at the SEMA show which is reserved for only the elite street rod invitations! Top five at the South Eastern National Goodguys Show. Consistently voted first place and best of show at local shows. Trophies galore. On cover of Classic Truck Magazine along with featured article. Featured in Truck Builder Magazine and Tech Magazine. This amazing truck was built by the pros at Carolina Street Rods. Not one piece of this truck has gone untouched!! This was an expensive and top-quality restoration. Specifications:51 Ford F-1 full frame off restoration with an aggressive stance! Show quality paint and flawless bodywork. The body and paint can only be described as spectacular with very straight sheet metal and extremely nice paint work. Component fit is outstanding. Every panel was individually painted, sanded, buffed and reassembled. Frame has been completely boxed and all holes welded closed. Chevy subframe added to the front to give that independent front suspension handling and ride. Frame and all suspension parts are powder coated glass black. Every nut and bolt holding this truck together is polished stainless steel. Chrome grill and polished stainless steel front bumper.Under the hood will drop your jaw! This head-turning engine compartment is well laid out with all wiring and hoses hidden. Rear end is chevy 7 5/8 in with 3.73 positive traction rear end. New rear leaf spring suspension. The engine is a 1995 Camaro LT-1 fuel injection with 1.6 ratio roller rockers and a 4L60E overdrive transmission with performance upgrades. Polished aluminum gas tank mounted under floor of the bed. Exhaust is polished 2 1/2” going into Flowmaster mufflers with Meg exhaust tips giving it a unique, aggressive tone. Polished aluminum driveshaft. Vintage air conditioning. Power Steering w/tilt column. Stereo with a power frenched antenna. Power windows. Electric door latches for shaved door handles. Power seats. Power disk brakes. Electric wipers. Electric brake line lock. The underside of this baby looks just as amazing as the body. Body mods:Shaved door handles. Door gaps welded and ground to make perfect door fitment. Frenched power antenna. Smoothed nose of hood. Custom made wheel tubs added to bed. New bed and birch wood floor.Polished bed strips and bolts. Bed rails capped off with tear drop plates welded on. Smooth tailgate with polished hardware. Rear lower roll pan. Smoothie running boards. Smoked glass all the way around. One piece door glass. Wheels are polished aluminum Torque Thrust 2. Front 15” x 7”Rear 15” x 10” with Mickey Thompson Pro Street tires.The inside of this beauty is even more custom than the outside. The interior is covered with faux leather including the floor. Auto meter platinum series electric gauges. Custom made console with electric gauges, and other controls mounted on console. The center arm rest lifts for added storage. Has electric bucket seats that have been reshaped for that nestled in comfort. Battery and electronics are located behind the seats. She runs every bit as good as she looks, and starts up with a mere bump of the key. If you want a truck that has it all, this is it. You're going to need to add a room onto the house to store all the trophies this baby is going to pull.Mileage after build 2,400.If you want to have possibly one of THE best looking trucks on the show circuit today, give me a call to put this dream in your driveway!!Selling price $125,000 cash. Can’t build a truck of this quality for anything close to this price!!Harold HallTel. # 352-446-8282 Oxford, FL
We could tell you how special a 1948 Ford F-1 is because its the first year for the Ford F-Series pickups, but you can tell this one is far more unique than just its history. It looks like a restomod from its immediate first impression. But beneath the unique exterior are all the upgrades you want including a custom A/C interior, upgraded chassis, overdrive transmission, and a fuel-injected V8 powerhouse. Take your time looking over the exterior, because someone sure took their time creating the custom look. The front expertly integrates a much more modern F-Series front end on this classic sheetmetal. But theres much more going on here than just the custom face. The lowered suspension, 17-inch Hot Wheels alloys, beautiful real wood bed all mean no one will mistake this F-1 for a workhorse. Even the details are terrific, like the smooth hood, shaved door handles, expertly eliminated vent window, and the custom taillights to match the modern front end. All of this is amplified further thanks to an investment in a modern blue thats so electric we wouldnt be surprised it if glowed at night. Pop the remote door openers, and they reveal even more custom work on the inside. It starts with the terrific black seats. They have marine-grade vinyl for the high traffic areas, and comfortable microsuede inserts for the contoured individual seating. And with matching door panels and black carpeting, the whole package looks amazing. The dash looks especially clean, but that doesnt mean youre missing all the best features. You have power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and ice-cold R134a air conditioning. And as you slip behind the wheel, this feels like a European sports car (the Austin Healey center cap reminds you why!) And the full AutoMeter gauge package continues this performance feeling. When people see the front tilt of the hood, they are going to expect something impressive in the engine bay...and this one doesnt disappoint! The famous Ford 5.0-liter fuel-injected V8 means this one earns its speedy appearance. Plus, the large Griffin aluminum radiator, headers, and X-pipe dual exhaust means it has the right upgrades for reliability and growling performance. Also, take some time to look under this truck. It shows more great upgrades like the Mustang II-style independent front end that features tubular A-arms and fresh bushings (theres less than 2,700 miles on the whole build.) And in the rear is a four-link with adjustable coilovers. Add in power steering, front disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive, and this is a great all-around cruising classic. Heres a custom pickup built to grab all the attention, and it has the right features to be comfortable even on the long trips. Thats a recipe for being known at all the car shows near and far. Call today!!
View 60+ pictures and Bid on this vehicle at Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com Seller Description: Outstanding running and driving 1950 F-1. Clean and rust free, same collector owned for the past two decades, recently serviced and ready for a new caretaker. Original Flathead V8 and 3 speed transmission make this truck a joy to drive. Fresh oil change, carb rebuild, front brake job, and more. Ready to go! Showroom rivals to the GM Advanced Design trucks, Fords first all-new post-war vehicle (preceding the all-new 1949 Ford, Mercury, and Lincoln car lines) not only saw the start of future sales success, but also the start of an easily identifiable nameplate that has evolved into the F-series Ford uses today. Unveiled in January of 1948, Fords new postwar pickup line started off with the F-1 half-ton. Labels read F-2 for -ton trucks, F-3 for 1 tons and so on. Numbering ran all the way up to F-8 for the biggest rigs. Promotional people didnt call these machines Bonus Built for nothing. Ford reportedly spent $1 million to give buyers more truck for their money than ever before. Increasing driver and passenger friendliness was a main goal; the wider, taller Million Dollar Cab offered a living-room feel, and its improved seat delivered easy chair comfort. From 1948 through 1950, the F-Series trucks were all but cookie cutter identical, available either with a flathead V-8 or flathead inline six under the hood. Nearly as popular as the Advanced Design, but coming in second-place in overall sales when new, the Ford F-1 had been under most enthusiasts radar over the last few decades, playing second fiddle to the 1953-56 Effies for Ford fans. Not so of late as more and more have been surfacing on the collector market, and owners have dedicated serious time and money to high-quality restorations. Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping charges from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to offer this rock-solid 1951 Ford F1 pick up for sale right now in our Arizona showroom. This truck was built to drive, and it was driven almost daily since it was completed several years ago. Painted a bright yellow, air conditioning and heat make it useable all year round. Equipped with the front torsion bar suspension of a 78 Plymouth Volare, which gives you power front disc brakes (drums out back), power steering, and a superior ride, this hot rod handles, steers, and brakes like a late model truck. Powered by the classic and reliable 350/350 Chevy drivetrain, it keeps this sweetheart humming down the road with absolutely no issues. Additional features include an electronic ignition system, aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, transmission cooler, 20 gallon fuel cell with an electric fuel pump, a back-up camera for the trailer hitch, custom chrome wheels on excellent Firestone tires, along with many service and restoration receipts. When you enter the very comfortable gray bucket seat interior, youll appreciate the tilt steering column and Grant wheel along with the custom gauges and column-mounted tachometer. This sweet little 1951 Ford F1 truck for sale in our facility will please anyone who sees it; its as comfortable doing daily-driver duty or to take you to whatever car show or cruise night you want to go to - near or far. Dont let this one get away from you! For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this car in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom today at (623) 900-4884 or email us directly at email@example.com. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/SCT/277/1951-Ford-F1
Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is pleased to offer this very original but restored 1951 Ford F1 pickup for sale in our Dallas-Fort Worth showroom. This classic farm truck has been in one family since purchased new in 1951. This ton pickup was restored and painted 15 years ago and has been driven to car shows. Built to drive and finished in bright aqua green with a modest tan vinyl interior. Under the hood is the original flathead V-8 engine mated with the original manual 3-speed transmission. This is a solid truck with only 88,803 miles. To view the truck in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Dallas showroom at 817-310-9400 or e-mail us at: Dallas@GatewayClassicCars.com.
Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is thrilled to offer this 1951 Ford F1. This is one, way cool F1. From the bright yellow exterior to the fine tan leather interior. The yellow paint job grabs your attention and accents the classic lines of the F1 body perfectly. The smooth leather bucket seats cradle you for a smooth ride. The V8 engine with a 3 speed automatic transmission, gives you all the power you need to give you the drive you re looking for. Power steering and power brakes just add the comfort of this amazing ride. The sparkling chrome sport wheels and custom bed add to the appeal of this classic. With AM/FM radio and onboard media center, you have all the comforts of a ride of today with all the style of a classic 51 . The keyless entry makes the restyling of the doors slick and clean. You re not going to have many opportunities to own an F1 like this one. It makes sense that this bright yellow F1 is in our Ft. Lauderdale Florida showroom, but should be out cruising in the sun. To see 100+ HD pictures and a video of this 1951 Ford F1, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email us directly at fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com
Thank you for taking a look at this 1948 Ford F-1 we have in our Saint Louis Gateway Classic Cars showroom. This was a barn-find that was restored from the ground up, and what a very nice restoration that was done to it. If you are looking for a ready to drive classic truck with entry-level pricing, youve found one here thats worth your consideration. The buyer of this truck will inherit a legal envelope full of documentation and restoration photos, going back to 2013. BACKGROUND: The first-generation Ford F-Series is a series of pickup trucks and commercial vehicles produced by Ford. Introduced in late 1947, the F-Series was the first post-war truck design from Ford. The first generation of the F-Series would remain in production until 1952. Model designations for trucks were badged as F-1s. The 1948 model, features a wider, longer, and taller cabs. Originally, the 1948 would have been powered by a 225, 239, 254, or 337; all of which couldnt get over 145 HP. (Source: Wikipedia) This restored 1948 Ford F-1 is being powered by a Ford Boss 302 is a high-performance small block. The transmission is a Ford C4 is a three-speed, medium-duty automatic transmission. Other interesting features include a fear timing set, roller rockers, electric fuel pump, 4-wheel disk brakes, a 1974 Jaguar independent rear end, and a kill-switch underneath the dash. This truck is the real deal and as you can see in the video, this girl starts, accelerates, and drives just as you would expect. There are no unfortunate surprises here. The body and interior has a nice satin gray finish that doesnt show any noticeable scratches, dents, or unsightly imperfections. Underneath the bed cover, youll find unfinished wood slats and a trunk gate that opens and closes tight. The cabin feels like home with soft cushion seats (cloth/vinyl), and it has has a taste of modern with seat belts, and an AM/FM radio w/ compact disc player. To view this 1948 Ford F-1 in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis Showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com.
1952 Ford F1 5-Star Extra CabRestorationRare 5-Star Extra Cab trim optionMeticulous nut and bolt restoration by Lenny Pasquale's CustomsAll surfaces professionally color matched to original finishesFaithfully restored to the dealer invoice sheet including 2-ply tires and black steel bumpers.Original Invoice: Sale Price $1,717.86Mileage at restoration 66,252Engine215 cubic inch straight six - completely rebuilt engineIst year for the overhead valve Engine101 Horsepower Cost Clipper Six EngineTransmissionThreespeed manual column shift (three-on-the-tree)Optional 11 clutchChassisOriginal drive trainhydraulic drum brakesOptional rear bumperPaintAxalta Coral Flame Red Chroma base coatAxalta LE 8700 clear coatInteriorFive Star Deluxe Cab option which includes:Two tone seat with foam rubber paddingHeadliner with glass wool insulationSound deadener on doors, floor, cabCustom three spear stainless hood trimDeluxe door panels with padded arm restsIlluminated cigar lighterStainless trim around windshieldDual inside adjustable sun visorsCounty Horns (mounted under the hood)Chrome wing and side window framesDome light with automatic door switchesDoor key lock on both doors & glove boxOptional Electric WipersOptional Magic Air fresh air heater
1948 Ford F-1 Pickup VIN: 87HC106835 This 48 Ford F-1 is a brand new truck underneath while maintaining a retro look outside. Under the hood is a 5.0L fuel injected V8 engine paired to a C6 3-speed automatic transmission with a 3.25 rear end gear, making this a truck just about freeway-friendly. The undercarriage features newer air shocks (front & back), front and rear leaf spring suspension w/ solid front axle, a highly detailed frame and body, NEW Nitto tires, and a nicely painted body and frame. The interior features gray and green Ultra-Leather upholstery with a flip-down center console with cup holders AND upper console, a column shifter, aftermarket gauges, and beautiful headliner. Call us today and let VMS park your dream in your driveway! 248-974-9513 Go to www.vanguardmotorsales.com to see over 100 HD photos and our in-depth video of this 48 F1! Mechanics: 5.0L Electronic Fuel Injected V8 Engine C6 3 - Speed Automatic Transmission Front Leaf Spring Suspension - Stock Straight Axle - Newer Shocks - New Steering Gear Rear Leaf Spring Suspension - Lowered with Blocks and Shifted Leaf Springs - Newer Air Shocks Dana 44 Rear End - Ratio: 3.25:1 - Open Diff Brakes: - Front POWER Disc - Rear POWER Drum - New Brake Lines - New Flex Lines Exhaust: - Custom Dual Exhaust w/ FlowMaster Mufflers - Stock Heads Key Components: - POWER STEERING - VINTAGE A/C - Serpentine Belt Setup - Massive Aftermarket Radiator w/ Shroud - Custom Fuel Cell Mounted Behind Rear Bumper - Newer Fuel Lines - Factory Style Distributor - Painless Wiring Cosmetics: - Nicely Painted Engine Bay - Firewall Is Clean and Nicely Painted - Hoses, Wires and Clamps are In Great Shape Body: Frame Off Restomod Build! Grille Is In Great Shape Chrome Bumper Is In Great Shape Hood Fits Nicely w/ Fenders Doors Fit Nicely w/ Body Door Lips & Door Jambs are Clean Fenders Are In Great Shape Beautiful Body-Color Bed Liner Beautiful Wheel Wells Custom Rear Bumper with Custom Rear Tail Lights Undercarriage Is In Great Condition - Beautifully Coated Body and Frame - Painted Cab - Coated Frame - Everything Is Solid and Corrosion-Free Wheels: Staggered Black Mob Steelies 18 & 20 NEW Front Tires: 245/40ZR18 Nitto NT555 G2 NEW Rear Tires: 275/35ZR20 Nitto NT555 Interior: Ultra-Leather Gray & Green Custom Interior Is In Great Shape Custom Gray Bucket Seats Fold-Down Center Console w/ Cup Holders Upper Center Console Beautiful Custom Pleated Headliner Column Shifter Aftermarket Classic Instruments (electric adjustable) Vintage A/C Controls Chrome Tilt Steering Wheel Dont Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week at 248-974-9513! firstname.lastname@example.org
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1950 Ford F1 Pickup for purchase. Launched in 1948, the legendary Ford F-series began as a replacement for the previous car based pickups. For the first time, Ford was building pickups on a dedicated truck platform creating a much better work horse than previously available. Classic trucks are gaining momentum in the collector auto markets. Fords 1st F-series generation lasted from the 1948-1952 model years, but significantly changed in appearance from year to year making each version unique and pretty rare. While trucks sold well, most were obviously used work heavy work loads leaving few surviving examples in excellent condition as survivors or customs. The 1950 F1 offered here is powered by a 283 v8 paired with an automatic transmission. The truck runs and handles well and goes down the road straight. Highlights include a Nova front end, new brakes, new tires, SunPro gauges along with factory gauges, AM/FM/Cassette player, vinyl tonneau cover and dual exhaust. This truck appears to be all steel and is well built. The early F series is a classic that is highly sought after. Dont miss your opportunity to own this affordable example.
Launched in 1948, the legendary Ford F-series began as a replacement for the previous car based pickups. For the first time, Ford was building pickups on a dedicated truck platform creating a much better work horse than previously available. Classic trucks are gaining momentum in the collector auto markets. Fords 1st F-series generation lasted from the 1948-1952 model years, but significantly changed in appearance from year to year making each version unique and pretty rare. While trucks sold well, most were obviously used for heavy work -loads leaving few surviving examples in excellent condition.GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this lovely 1952 F-1 for your consideration. Coming to u from Washington, this beautiful truck was treated to a frame off restoration around eight years ago and was repainted in fire truck red. The body us in stunning shape, with great paint and great chrome. The truck sits on new American Racing wheels with newer tires and also features a full wood bed floor. Under the hood is a 239cid flathead V8 that also features Offenhauser intake and an Edelbrock carb. The interior is in amazing condition, with a clean bench seat and great dash. A factory look stereo looks good and works well and everything else appears very factory fresh.This nice truck goes down the road very well and is a joy to drive with its 3-speed manual transmission. The truck turns heads wherever it goes and is sure to start a conversation.To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
1948 Ford F1 pick up. rebuilt 302, rebuilt C4 automatic, power steering , power disc brakes, adjustable suspension, tilt column, Lokar shifter. It is about 85% finished and I just cant to find time to get to it. Everything is new or rebuilt. The cab was very nice. It has 4 new fenders, new bed, new wood, new chrome, new glass, new weather-stripping, etc. The paint is Dupont Chromabase with clear coat. It is stunning and smooth as a babys behind! New headliner, carpet and the seat was re-upholstered. The tires are new. new wiring. The bed wood has been clear coated and still needs the installation completed. Needs tail pipes. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1950 Ford F-1 Custom Chop Top Truck Top chopped 3. Entire truck bed, and bed cover are hinged, and raises and lowers using air cylinders. Truck bed is custom and has been widened 2. One piece tilt front end with 2 wider fenders. Front end slides forward with electric actuators and tilts up with air cylinders. Truck has suicide doors and custom interior including full custom dash with digital instrument panel. Bucket seats, custom upholstery throughout truck including inside of bed. Shaved drip rails and door handles. Has door poppers. Custom glass all around. All body work was done by Hall of Fame painter Dick Scully. Truck chassis has boxed frame with hidden brake lines, fuel lines, electrical lines, and air lines. Custom boxed cross members and custom A-Arm front suspension with Shock Wave airbags, adjustable QA1 shocks! Chrysler front cross member, steering components and disk brakes. 4-Link rear suspension with airbags and adjustable QA1 shocks. Dakota Digital airbag controller located in cab of truck. 23 gallon fuel tank and dual batteries underneath truck bed. Custom Running Boards to accommodate side exhaust and widened fenders. All parts were power coated silver and black. Drive Train - Shaver Specialties Chevy 355 (350 block bored .030 over) 014 Block, 4 bolt mains, 461 double hump heads, TRW pistons, speed pro rings, Isky 270-280 mega hyd. cam, Edelbrock Pro-Flow Multi-point Electronic Fuel Injection, ATI super damper, 9 velocity stack with 4 K&N filter, 80amp alternator, Chrome AC compressor, aluminum AC condenser, engine driven air compressor, Custom power steering pump with remote reservoir. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1949 Ford F1 Pickup. Rebuilt flathead V8, 3 Speed with original floor shifter, runs good, drive good, stops good. Looks good. Drive anywhere. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call