This steel-bodied half-ton Porsche Indian Red 1934 Ford pickup with
a 4-inch top chop began as a trade truck in 1983. After the build
it was in featured in several magazines, including Rod Action and a
1983 cover feature in Street Rodding. It's powered by a 302ci Ford
V8 engine equipped with a Holley carburetor, Cobra air cleaner and
valve covers, Ford exhaust manifolds with custom exhaust and a
custom-built '34 Ford radiator. The engine is paired to a C4
automatic transmission. The truck features stock front and rear
bumpers, as well as '32 Ford cowl lights that now function as turn
signals. It's equipped with a Super Bell 4-inch dropped tube axle
with Ford spindles and matching kingpins, Super Bell brake kit with
front disc brakes, Mustang master cylinder and steering, Pete and
Jake 4-bar and chrome shock kit, and a '66 Ford rear end with a
custom mounting kit for a pair of leaf springs. The interior is
clean with updated brown two-tone updated, stock dashboard with
wood-grain treatment, Stewart-Warner Stage III gauges, Pioneer
stereo, tilt and telescoping steering column with Grant wheel, and
air conditioning. The truck rides on Ridler wheels and Firestone
radial tires for an updated look and ride. This truck is from the
Phoenix area and has won many awards, including People's Choice and
Best Truck at the Phoenix World of Wheels. The truck has always
been stored in a climate-controlled environment and has been
meticulously maintained and updated for a modern look and ride.
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