This type of all original F1 Ford truck with low original miles does not come around often. This is my father-in-laws and I am selling it for him. It has been in same family since purchased. Purchased by his uncle, Grady Kiser, on February 17, 1949 and part of a multi-truck purchase for York County, South Carolina vehicles - all ordered from factory and painted “SCDOT” yellow. The truck was purchased from the dealer in York, SC. The truck was then purchased from Grady Kiser’s estate by his brother, Elbert Kiser, on December 15, 1952 then the title and truck passed on to my father-in-law July 24, 1996. It has remained in the family's possession until now. Frame off restoration in the mid 90's. Many spare parts exist like the original radio, speaker and heater controls. If you are serious and need more photos, I have more I can send via e-mail or via a drop box link. The sale also includes the original bill of sale, title and copies of the photos of the original owner. There is one small depression in the drivers side hood that most would not notice. Great mechanical and driving condition. Payment is due within 7 days once a buy sell agreement has been signed. The truck will continue to be marketed until the sale is complete. Certified bank check or wired funds are acceptable forms of payment. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. If the seller is not dealt with in a fair and professional manner, seller may elect to cancel the purchase with no penalty and relist the truck. E-mail me with questions and happy bidding!
THIS 52 FORD SHORT BED TRUCK HAS HAD A METICULOUS FRAME OFF RESTORATION COMPLETED 2 YRS AGO AND HAS 1100 MILES SINCE. IT IS THE DELUXE MODEL WITH FLATHEAD V8 AND PEPPED UP WITH A MERCURY CRANK, HEADERS AND DUAL EXHAUST. ITS ORIGINAL TYPE 3 SPEED MANUAL AND REAR END BUT THE GEARING HAS BEEN CHANGED SO YOU CAN EASILY DO 70 MILES AN HOUR PLUS. THIS IS A CLASS ACT TRUCK BUILT BY THE OWNER OF AN AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP AND HIS SPECIAL FRIENDS. A CONCOURS JOB ALTHOUGH IT MAY NOT PLACE WELL IN JUDGING SINCE HE MADE SOME PERSONAL UPGRADES LIKE THE GEARING , NO SPARE TIRE, HEADERS AND DUALS, AND THE FM CONVERSION WITH SPEAKERS UNDER THE SEAT. SEE SHORT VIDEO DRIVING AT www.500classicauto.com IF YOUR NOT VIEWING IT THERE.THE BURGUNDY PAINT IS NEARLY PERFECT BEING DONE IN BASE/ CLEAR AND WET SAND/BUFFED TO A BRILLIANT SHINE. THE FRAME WAS PAINTED IN POR 15. THE BACKS OF FENDERS ARE LITELY UNDER COATED AND HAVE SOUND DEADENER STUCK ON FOR PROTECTION OF ROCKS FLYING UP. I THOUGHT THAT WAS A GOOD IDEA SINCE THEY HAVE NO INNNER FENDERS. THE INTERIOR PAINT IS EXCELLENT AND ALL THE GLASS AND GAUGES. DOORS AND WINDOWS WORK GREAT. THE CENTER VENT AND HEATER WORKS WELL. EVERYTHING WORKS. THE AM RADIO HAS FM ADDED TO IT. THE DELUXE MODEL GOT YOU THINGS LIKE DUAL HORNS, CHROME TRIM AROUND WINDSHIELD AND ADDED CHROME ON SIDE OF HOOD. ALSO, CHROME HUB CAPS AND RINGS. NOTE: THERE IS 1 FLAW ON THE PAINT. THE LAST PHOTO OF THE 91 POSTED IS THE RIGHT SIDE ON TOP OF HOOD. IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY YOU CAN SEE 2 BUBBLES IN THE HOOD CREASE TOWARD TOP. THEY ARE ABOUT 1/2 INCH LONG EACH AND 1 INCH APART. SHE STARTS RIGHT UP WITH A LITTLE CHOKE. AFTER A MINUTE OR SO TO WARM UP SHE RUNS AND DRIVES PERFECT. DELIVERY POSSIBLE ALL OVER THE WORLD. I NEED ZIP CODE TO PRICE AND IF OUT OF USA I NEED PORT AND COUNTRY NAMES. FINANCE THIS TRUCK AS LOW AS 3.20% AND FUNDS SAME DAY POSSIBLE. CALL FOR INFO.
First introduced in 1948, the Ford Bonus-Built trucks and were produced in several variants until 1952. These models included pickup trucks (F-1, F-2, F-3), panel trucks, cab-over-engine (COE) chassis, a school bus chassis, as well as medium/heavy-duty trucks. The more common F-1 pickups, such as this one, were in the 1/2 ton class and featured 6 1/2-foot beds, a front grille composed of horizontal bars and headlights mounted in the fenders (this design would be changed significantly after the 1950 model year). A one-piece windshield was implemented, as well as a wider cab compared to Ford's pre-war models. The appearance of the 1950 Ford F-Series trucks deviated little from the previous year, with the most significant change being the relocation of the 3-speed manual transmission from the floor to a column-mounted position mid year. A few engine options were available in 1950 and they included a 225 CID Flathead 6, 239 CID Flathead V8 and 254 CID Flathead 6 (F-6 variant only). This truck is equipped with the flagship 239 CID Flathead V8 and non-synchronized 3-speed manual transmission located on the floor of the cab. Other features include driver and passenger side tail lights, drum brakes, dual horns, push button AM radio, "Magic Air" heater/defroster, seatbelts, steel bed floor, and sun visors. The 5 digit odometer reads: "75715". Ford's F-Series trucks have gone through numerous generational changes since their introduction and continue to be make history today.Call us today at (630) 443-4582 or send an email to email@example.com for more information! We buy, sell, and consign all types of vintage cars! We also finance at competitive rates! Come visit Baltria Vintage Auto Gallery at 4200 E Main St, Saint Charles, Illinois 60174.Baltria Vintage Auto Gallery also handles shipping, mechanical service, paint/body work, detailing, vehicle inspections, and much more!Check us out at https://www.baltria.com & Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BaltriaVintageAutoGallery/
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