This 1955 Ford F-100 half-ton pickup received a complete body-off
restoration in 2006. Power comes from a rebuilt 239ci V8 engine
mated to a 3-speed manual transmission with shifter on the steering
column. This Ford is equipped with a new Howell fuel injection
system, 12-volt electrical system, and custom interior. The frame
was stripped and powder-coated and the brakes, suspension, fuel
tank, wiring, and every nut and bolt were replaced. The body was in
good condition except for a crumpled front fender which was
replaced with a new one. This Ford was repainted in the original
Snowshoe White over Aquatone Blue colors and has an added clear
coat. When restoring the truck to stock condition, a new, original
interior was ordered but it was just too plain for such a beautiful
truck. A custom interior was created that incorporates the 'V' from
the grille into the bench seat with exterior matching materials.
This pickup is upgraded with wide whitewall tires, beauty rings,
stainless steel bumpers, turn signals, and a stereo. The original
239ci V8 engine, 3-speed manual transmission and 3.92 ratio rear
axle were all rebuilt. Toward the end of the restoration process,
in the summer of 2006, and Early Ford V8 Club of America show was
announced where this truck took 2nd place in the Truck Division and
People's Choice Award. This Ford has been a one-family owned
vehicle since new! Included in teh sale is the original carburetor,
repair manuals, a car cover, and the People's Choice Award.
1955 Ford F100
Exterior Color:Blue (Light)
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