This 1952 Ford F1 is in original, running and driving condition! It has very little rust as it was stored inside on concrete for basically it's whole life. It has an original and documented 11k miles. Would make for an easy restoration or just leave it like it is for the "rat rod" look!!
3 on the tree transmission linkage is solid and shifts smoothly, Flathead V8 is solid, no leaks, new front brakes/lines, new oil, spark plugs and wires. The oil pressure, temperature and voltage guages work, as well as the headlights and tailights. The speedometer and blinkers work intermittently. All glass is intact. CLEAN TITLE!
Windows roll up easily and the doors close and open easily. These F1's are getting harder and harder to find in original un-touched running condition! I'm asking $11,500 as is because there are 3 or 4 for sale for around $8k that do not have a motor/transmission with glass missing and in overall terrible shape. If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact me and I would be happy to help! Thanks for looking.
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