1946 1/2 ton original rust free, all metal, extremely straight example of the last full year of the Art-Deco '41 to '46. trucks.
A California post war farm truck, this truck spent its work life in Keddie Ridge, California, close to Lassen National Forrest. Have pictures and documentation of the truck working in the high mountains of Lassen County, California. After its working days in northeastern California, the truck spent several years in the high dessert area of the Yucca Valley in Southern California before I acquired it.
A complete detailed frame off restoration was just completed this past December. It has only been shown one time since the restoration, when it received a Outstanding Vehicle award at the East Coast Indoor Nationals, in Baltimore, Maryland.
Virtually every mechanical, body and electrical component on the truck has been restored with NOS or professionally rebuilt parts.
The truck is complete with most every option available for the 1946 trucks.This includes Town & Country Dual Horns (including the rare dash mounted dual horn control switch), Vacuum Windshield Washers (including firewall mounted washer solution jar, cowl mounted spray jets and dash mounted spray button) , firewall mounted Radiator Overflow Tank, automatic Under-hood Engine Light, extremely rare drivers side interior Sun Visor, under-bed Spare Tire Lock, GM logo Locking Gas Cap, passenger side Windshield Wiper and Tail Light, Glove Box Light, Heavy Duty Motor Mounts, Heavy duty Radiator, Heater / Defroster (with under-dash multi-speed switches), Guide Turn Signals, Backup Light (with under-dash switch), amber lens Fog Lights (with under-dash switch), driver's side Spotlight, large front Grille Guard, engine Oil Filter, Fuel Filter, Oil Bath Air Cleaner, bumper mounted Trailer Hitch, and a Dual Action Fuel Pump.
Engine is a '53 full oil pressure 235, but the original factory installed 216 engine is included, with supporting California title documentation showing the 213 engine serial number is the original engine for the truck.
The truck is located in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Close to Hershey and Carlisle.
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