’49 FORD Stakebed, really rare with its original stakes and bed complete with the Ford logo on the back. Its history has been originally as a farm truck in Idaho and kept under cover so there's not weather damage. Historically trucks like it were also used by appliance stores for delivery. It was bought about ten years ago and some restoration occurred; I bought it about 8 years ago and spent 6 years working on it. I'm proud of the results. And I hope anyone will enjoy it as I have. It drives and handles really well. I elected not to repaint it, opting for the patina look. The odometer reading reflects mileage since completion. VIN# is original metal tag. It could be fun to use in our modern day for camping, rafting, hauling, your business logo on the side. Always available for answers by email, phone, text.
Heidt’s Mustang II suspension kit - upper/lower A-arms; power rack and pinion; metric disc brakes, coil springs and shocks.
Leaf springs, Chevy 10-bolt rear end with 373 positraction; Dutchman axles; Wilwood disc brakes and emergency brake; new shocks.
Ron Davis custom designed aluminum radiator w/built-in fan shroud for 4000 cfm; Lincoln 2-speed fan w/circuit breaker and relays.
Re-plumbed with all SS hard lines with braided SS terminations. Plumbed in Hydra-boost with all braided SS lines. There are no rubber lines in the entire truck.
Street Rods By Michael 2-speed intermittent and controls.
700R4-rebuilt with stage two shift kit; all SS braid cooling lines. Newly builtdrive line kit with heavy duty U-joints.
LS-1 crate motor w/high rise manifold & MSD throttle body; F.I. MSD electronic ignition. Victory Systems pulley system and accessories (power steering pump, alternator, compressor). Coated headers w/2.5” exhaustto the tips.
2-line 20 gallon aluminum tank, Holley in-tank fuel pump (rear mount). Fast regulator and filter, all SS braided lines. No rubber.
LIGHTS & WIRING
LED headlights & tail lights. Complete re-wire of the entire truck with all the appropriate wire size, fuse panels and relays. New light switch and ignition.
INTERIOR HEATING AND COOLING & ACCESSORIES
Vintage Air Kit heater and a/c system with all controls. Alpine radio andFosgate 4x50 amplifier. Complete VDO gauges installed in a billet instrument panel. I-DIDIT steering column with Juliano steering wheel, hand built (’37 Ford Deluxe banjo). Overhead brake pedal. Complete Dyna-mat interior withhand-crafted naugahyde headliner; hand-crafted leather seat. New paint interior. All new glass. New 3-point seat belts.
WheelSmith Wheels 10”x15” rears, 7”x15” fronts w/new radial tires all around.
New oak planks, light stain w/6 coats of MinWax Spar varnish. SS ribs,hidden bolt fasteners. New LED clearance lights. Racks are original wood that have been restored to retain the patina and finished with high-grade spar varnish; SS hardware.
Chassis 63 went through the McLaren Special Operations’ restoration process
Car is to be spiritual successor to his acclaimed McLaren F1
The new enterprise will assist high-end collector car buyers and sellers to make deals outside the auction arena; McLaren F1 is first offering
German seller is ready to part with an extremely low-mileage McLaren F1, but only to those prepared to pay $24 million up front
In conjunction with the opening day of the Classic & Sports Car Show at the Alexandra Palace in London, the McLaren F1 was honored as the “Greatest Supercar Ever”
McLaren Special Operations may not have placed such an advertisement, but it has distributed a news release to inform that McLaren F1 069 is available for sale.
Jay Leno has called it “the greatest car of the 20th Century.” It was the McLaren F1, of which only 106 were built between 1992 and 1998 by the British racing team.
Car now heading to Silverstone Auction after 47 years of family ownership
But “a Southern fix” and maybe some Divine intervention send him, his wife and their 1962 Studebaker home with a trophy