1954 Ford F350 1 Ton Flatbed
Restored, California Truck
Beautiful 1954 Ford F350 1 Ton Flatbed for sale. This truck has been in Sonoma it's entire life and recently underwent a full, exhaustive restoration. It is now ready for its next 60 years and would make an amazing, fully functional work truck, promotional vehicle or just a very cool addition to any collection.
Mechanically sound, to say the least. The driveline was completely rebuilt along with the suspension, braking, fuel, electrical and cooling systems. While we have no way to know for sure, we were told that the 87,000 miles showing are original. Sonoma being the small town that it is this seems feasible. I mistakenly stated that this was a two owner truck in the video, I believe that it has actually had three owners. Nonetheless, it has been beautifully restored and essentially looks near-new.
The paint and bodywork were done by one of our top shops here in the wine country. His work is always beautiful and this truck is no exception. The body is straight as ever and the white paint is smooth and glossy. The truck was completely disassembled for paint. A couple of items left that would be inexpensive and easy to address would be to re-chrome the side emblems and the V8 badge on the grill. Otherwise, the truck looks stunning. The bed was completely redone along with the siding.
The interior is new; headliner, seating, panels, and mats. The truck is equipped with seatbelts. The steering wheel, shifter knob, gauges and lower switches are original. All gauges appear to be working. There is a switch to an electric fuel pump mounted atop the steering column. The rubber seals all around were replaced as well.
At the time that I drove the truck, I noticed a minor drip from the heater box. We will take a look at this while listing the truck.
Thank you for looking at this very attractive, beautifully restored 1954 Ford F350 1 Ton Truck. Please call if you have any questions or would like to arrange a viewing at 844-533-8262.
Serial Number: F35V4R-21306
Rear Axel: 5.24
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