This 1952 Ford F-6 medium-duty truck was repainted within the last five years under previous ownership and is powered by a replacement V8 connected to a 4-speed manual transmission. Exterior features include amber turn signals mounted on the front fenders, a conventional cab, running boards, dual rear wheels, and an underride bar. The wooden compartment behind the cab is topped with a corrugated metal roof and is equipped with lockable flip-up side doors. The space on the driver's side features light fixtures, shelves, and power outlets. The cabin is furnished with manual windows, a newer two-tone bench seat, a floor-mounted manual shifter, and an aftermarket heater. Finished in Forest Green over a red and gray interior, this first-generation F-Series truck is available now and comes with records, uninstalled parts including a Morgan truck body and the original non-operational engine and bench seat, and a clear New Jersey title in the seller's name.