This is the kind of truck that instantly gets your mind working.
You just know you'll be the only one to show up in a 1946 Ford ramp
truck. With upgraded big block power and a cool design theme, you
don't even need to have a classic riding on the back for this one
to turn heads.
People are going to marvel at a truck like this. After all, in
1946, this was the kind of industrial machine that got us moving
again immediately after WWII. And now this rare surviving example
is getting the respect it deserves by being the largest toy in the
toy box. The red paint on this one helps grab attraction, and it
also has that kind of fire engine boldness that helps hint at the
truck's overall theme. The side grab bars, large running boards
made from grippy diamond plating, and the large push bumper are all
indicators that this was done to be a cool speedway-style rescue
wrecker. There's even the siren and light on top! And while you'll
like the appearance, you'll absolutely love the function this one
offers. That flat slope rear has two slide out ramps to make it
easy to put your favorite classic racer on the back. Plus, the
winch and tie-down hooks means you can securely get just about
anything on there. There's even air ride on the rear suspension to
help with heavier loads. Integrated bed storage, a trailer hitch
with seven-pin connector, LED lighting, and industrial-style 8-lug
wheel with dually in the rear are all part of a package that gives
this classic Ford a ton of usability today.
The interior has vintage style mixed with the right upgrades. So
you get the classic bench seat and even the cool Ford gauge setup.
But items like the AM/FM/CD stereo are a reminder that even vintage
hauling needs the right driving music. Plus, the later GM steering
wheel on a tilt column and the auxiliary gauge trio are the kind of
things you want when using this truck to the fullest.
Under the hood is some nice shine and plenty of power. This classic
heavy duty machine is now running a 454 cubic-inch big block V8.
Plus, the large motor inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor and an aluminum intake. This hauler even has an aluminum
radiator with large metal fan to help keep it running cool. So this
was built to get to work. And unlike how this came in 1946, you
have the added comfort of a strong TH400 three-speed automatic
transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up
No matter if you have something special to haul or just want to be
the biggest/baddest classic all on your own, this rare classic Ford
hauler is the ideal mix of function and cool. So don't miss out,