1937 Ford 1-1/2 Ton Truck. Sale or partial trade. This truck is a
ground up build truck. Texaco tanker themed. Chassis: Frame was
sand blasted and powder coated in silver vein. Front axle was
converted at the spindles to 1941 for hydraulic brakes. The Rear
axle is 1986 Ford F350 Dana 60 w/ 3.54 gears and new hydraulic
brakes. Brake master cylinder is a Corvette dual master, vacuum
boosted. Torque tube was removed and converted to a 2 piece open
drive shaft w/ carrier bearing from Dynotech. All wheels are
converted to modern 19.5' radial drop center rims and newer radial
tires. Drive Train: The engine is a 1948 Ford Flathead 59A block
completely built by Brother's Customs. Using Mallory electronic
ignition. Remote pressurized oil filter system. Dual Holley 94
Carburetors on a Offenhauser Dual 2bbl intake. The transmission is
a completely rebuilt original late 30's 4 speed truck transmission,
all new bearings / gears at rebuild. Interior: The interior is
pretty plain as an old truck should be, but!!! It is full
electronic gauges. Speedometer is GPS driven, Oil, Temp, Fuel,
Volts; all work. The shifter handle is an actual brass gas pump
handle. Steering wheel is an authentic wood 'Fatman' wheel. It
uncouples with a giant wing nut and tilts 90�. Working turn signal
blinkers. Folding seat for access to behind seat. Working crank out
'V' windshield. Doors are missing the windows, just never
installed. Body: This is a 100% real steel body. The original 1937
truck body was used. A few dents are there from original usage. The
body was stripped completely, primed, painted in Killer Flatz green
/ black / red. The grille is one of the hardest to find 1937
grilles and is original in one piece. The fenders are steel
original 1937 fenders. Running boards are powder coated for extra
durability. The bed if manufactured one piece with a full oak
tongue / groove decking. Tank is 275 gallon fuel tank repurposed.
Can be easily removed to go to straight flat bed, Full hood.
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