Maybe a trade will be best. Need El Camino or nice older pickup, 60's and no later than a 1974. First Cash buyer takes it. Unreal Original, well-tuned original Flathead 100HP Motor. All lights and everything works, even the clock. Including 6V aftermarket Left and Right Temp guages and Volt Gauge. Check the photos for trick 6V led lighting of hood ornament and running lights. New carberator 8/20 it's the Ford 94"like original, from Carpenter" and it's excellent. Electric fuel pump and Solid State Voltage Regulator. Beautiful very solid original car. 1 Repaint - smooth and shinny. Gets a lot of thumbs up. Nothing done to this car that can be taken back to bone stock. Only quality and subtle improvements, most you can't even see. Fully detailed Flathead V8 and Engine compartment. Odometer shows less than 26,000. You can tell by the lack of any rust. Even hard to get places. Glass is all very good. Still six volt, new battery. Very complete. Stock working radio. Some restoration for beauty... steering wheel, interior,. Good tires on 16" stock chrome rears, 15" fronts. New Possie front spring. Brakes -excellent. New water pumps, plugs and wires. Runs cool. Duals (old school canister type glass packs) for that great Flathead sound. Very original and a great buy for this good running Flathead. Just added a 6 Volt Cooling fan.
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