The F-Series was the first post-war truck design from Ford. In a
break from previous Ford trucks, the F-Series was no longer based
upon its car chassis, but on a dedicated truck platform. This
generation of the F-Series would remain in production until 1952.
F-Series trucks were assembled at sixteen different Ford factories.
The most common model was the F-1 with a 6?½-foot bed followed by
the F-2 and F-3 Express models with an 8-foot bed. It had a flat,
one-piece windshield, wider cab and integrated headlamps. Options
included the "See-Clear" windshield washer (operated by foot
plunger), passenger-side windshield wiper & sun visor, and
passenger-side taillight. The F-1 truck was also available with
additional chrome trim and two horns as an option.
This restored truck is powered by a 239 ci flathead v8 with 3 speed transmission.
The new enterprise will assist high-end collector car buyers and sellers to make deals outside the auction arena; McLaren F1 is first offering
German seller is ready to part with an extremely low-mileage McLaren F1, but only to those prepared to pay $24 million up front
In conjunction with the opening day of the Classic & Sports Car Show at the Alexandra Palace in London, the McLaren F1 was honored as the “Greatest Supercar Ever”
McLaren Special Operations may not have placed such an advertisement, but it has distributed a news release to inform that McLaren F1 069 is available for sale.
Jay Leno has called it “the greatest car of the 20th Century.” It was the McLaren F1, of which only 106 were built between 1992 and 1998 by the British racing team.
Wade Kawasaki and his team will continue to run the vintage vehicle tire supplier
Around 1,000 vehicles will cross the auction block by Saturday late afternoon
The first pre-production hardtop to receive a Ford serial number will be offered at no reserve during the Scottsdale auction in January