1949 Ford F1 pickup. VIN F1H1KC31648. 292ci V8 engine, 3 speed manual transmission, Ford 9" rear differential. Manual steering / brakes. Runs and drives good. Stops and steers well. Good, straight body with nice, glossy yellow metallic paint. Nice interior, presents well. Wide whitewall tires mounted on original steel wheels. Great, vintage truck that has a perfect classic look and is ready to cruise.
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