This beautifully restored factory red, pristine, original and
complete 1951 Ford F1 custom pickup has very low original miles and
no rust. It is powered by the original running Ford 239 cu.in.
Flathead V8 engine with a 3-speed on the column transmission. It
also has a 6-volt electrical system, original front and rear
suspension, frame, wheels, hubcaps, and drum brakes. The current
owner who is a Missouri native has documents that state that this
pickup spent its first days and work life near Lawson and Lathrop,
MO. He has collected a complete record of ownership, maintenance,
motor overhaul documentation, original photos, and a "like new"
shop mechanic's manual. This truck purrs like a cat. You will have
to look hard to find an old Ford pickup in this good of shape. It
also has a new upholstered seat. It does run and drives well. It
has been sitting in an Ohio garage the last 4-years ever since it
was restored. It does not have the factory oak bed floor with its
metal straps. This was replaced with a thick sheet of plywood, that
is painted dark and looks nice. It has a radio antennae but no A.M.
radio. It was ordered that way. This truck also was ordered without
an under-the-dash heater. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
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