Gateway Classic Cars is excited to present this 1936 Ford Model 50
pickup at our Milwaukee Location. The first Ford pickup was
manufactured in 1917. The model TT was combined with the Model T
cab on a studier frame. It had a one-ton payload and accommodated
numerous third bed configurations. By 1928 Ford had sold over 108
million TT Trucks. In 1935 the Model 50 pick up was introduced. It
was powered by a Ford Flathead V-8 engine. Production of the Model
50 came to halt in 1941 due to a shift in production due to World
War II. By the end of 1941 Ford has manufactured more than four
million trucks. Our 1936 Ford Model 50 is a great example of the
workhorse truck that has made Ford the pickup king of the world.
Under the hood of this '36 is a 360 V-8 that has been rebuilt with
the Edlebrock manifolds and the carburetor attached to a 727
automatic transmission. The truck is painted in fire engine red
with a custom made wood box and running boards. Accented with alloy
wheels that are mounted on some awesome fat rear tires. Black
leather seating is a a great addition to the interior. Power
steering has been installed to make this truck an ease to drive.
This 1936 Ford Model 50 pickup is ready for that run to the
hardware store or a local car show. Either way you look at it this
is one cool truck!
1936 Ford Pickup
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