This is the reto-mod with all the right features: All steel, V8,
automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power
disc brakes, independent front suspension, 4 link rear suspension
with coil-overs, power windows, tilt wheel, back-up camera, and
more.. All built to a very high standard, completely sorted out and
reliable. Engine Recently Overhauled to Run to perfection 350ci
Engine Rebuilt Transmission Rebuilt Has rear view camera Tires are
New Door Poppers to open remotely Automatic Windows New Stereo
System installed Wood in bed revarnished New Carpeting Has sound
dampening thoughout cab Seats Upholstered New Exhaust, Dual Chrome
Tips Paint in good condition All electrical works Less than 2,000
miles on since rebuilt Restoration completed this year
Retaining the original look of a vehicle is key when modifying a
classic. This 1941 Ford 1/2 Ton Pick-Up with its red exterior not
only makes it stand out but also pays tribute to its original
design. The paint and all nickel components are in good condition
due to it being a recent restoration. The vehicle sits proudly on
the original Ford hubcaps whilst wrapped around a set of new
whitewall tires. With the exterior being in great condition the
wood in the truck bed has also been revarnished to give it a
fresher and new outlook The red theme continues to the interior of
the car and matches with the grey seats as well. The interior
whilst being original has a few tricks up its sleeve. The original
seats have been reupholstered giving it a fresh look there is also
new carpeting as well as sound deadening around the cab to make
your driving experience better. There is a rear view camera in
place which ensures all blind spots are covered. The automatic
windows ensure better ventilation at the flick of a button and the
door popper ensures doors can be opened remotely. Lastly the modern
stereo system ensures you can crank up those old school tunes and
enjoy cruising the right way.
During the early Forties, performance trucks were not really heard
of resulting in only modest engine choices available with your
Forties Ford Pickup truck all of which were flathead engines not
pushing out a whole lot of power. With this 1941 Ford 1/2 Ton
Pick-Up you would not have to worry about the sorrows an old
flathead engine brings as this vehicle is now equipped with a 350ci
V8 engine ensuring sufficient performance and a platform to churn
out more power if need be. The engine has been recently rebuilt and
overhauled and currently has less than 2,000 miles since the
rebuild. The column shift automatic transmission has also been
rebuilt to match the engine's smooth performance as well as all the
electricals in the car done up to ensure smooth delivery of
electricity to the vehicle. The new exhaust with dual chrome tip in
this vehicle just does not make it look better but also enables the
engine to breathe more freely as well.
This car comes with a clean California title and is exempt from
California smog requirement.
Low rate financing is available with rates as low as 3.5% APR with
approved credit. You can apply directly on our website
(www.lagunaclassiccars.com) by clicking on the "Financing" tab.
We can also arrange delivery to almost anywhere.
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and European sports cars.
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1941 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup
Location:Laguna Beach, California
Model:1/2 Ton Pickup
Exterior Color:Orange Crush
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