1945 Ford Truck WW2 War era limited civilian production Flathead V-8 4 Speed manual transmission "Very Rare and Desirable truck". Meticulously restored starting in 2013 and finished in 2016 by order of the Ford dealership with over $60,000 in receipts this very special truck sat on the dealership floor of Fremont Motor's In Scottsbluff Nebraska This truck could only be obtained by a special letter to the war department for civilian use. This No expense spared restoration left us with a great running and driving truck that is perfectly rust free and straight in every way. Inspection shows flawless paint, fit finish and gaps, with an absolute rust free body with no visible signs of rust repair. The brakes have just been freshened up with all brand new wheel cylinders, master cylinder, and shoes.. All fluids have also been changed new tires have also been installed. This truck is ready to drive, show, enjoy, today! Its the best one available on the market reserved for the one who seeks the best money can buy!
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