Take a look at this truly unique 1939 Ford Truck with tow package which was used by a local newspaper back when newspapers were delivered to paper boys by wagon and when the wagons broke down this beauty went to bring them back in. Truck was restored 8 years ago and since the restoration it has only 200 miles on it. All chrome has been re-chromed, Engine has been replaced with a 59/AB 100 HP Flat head V8, Hydraulic brakes, spotlights are working in the bed of the truck the tow package is made by Marquette (boom/tow bar) a wooden tool box, dually but gasoline engine. Truck also comes with documentation for war necessity during World War II. Truck was restored by Gregs Restorations and more information can be found at http://gregsrestorations.com/ford_wrecker_restoration.html. This truck is a piece of history of a long forgotten time and it is brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars. Please call Nick at 774-289-5814 for more information.
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