1950 FORD F100 PICKUP
NEW RESTORATION - WESTERN USA RUST FREE TRUCK
ONLY ABOUT 500 MILES SINCE COMPLETED
Just arrived, this beautiful truck is an amazing, western USA truck. So hard to find these fat fendered trucks in rust free condition. Frame up restoration of an excellent body and fenders. Period hot rod update of dual carbs, split manifolds and new dual exhaust. Excellent new dual stage paint. Now it is ready for its next owner to love. New Seafoam Green dual stage repaint. New Tan vinyl bench seat interior. Restored dash, rubber mat and headliner were replaced at the time of restoration. Excellent new & original chrome & stainless. Rebuilt factory 239 flathead V-8 engine and three speed manual
transmission. Dual carbs, split manifold and exhaust. Updated front disc brakes and Toyota steering box. Original wheel covers and new wide white tires. Now it will look great in your garage. Garage kept, pampered and serviced, this car could not be nicer. This car has been refreshed, detailed and ready to drive.
FEATURES AND OPTION INFORMATION
EVERYTHING WORKS AS IT SHOULD!!!
Straight, accident & rust free sheet metal
New dual stage repaint in Seafoam Green Metallic
Excellent Tan vinyl interior & new floor mat
Restored door panels & headliner - refreshed dash
New & original chrome, stainless and soft trim throughout
Rebuilt factory 239 flathead V-8 engine
Factory three speed manual transmission
Split manifolds, dual carbs and exhaust
Front disc brakes and new Toyota steering
Factory original wheels & newer wide white tires
Believed only driven about 500 miles since completed
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MY CELL PHONE - Mike @ 863-944-8615
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