This 1952 Ford F-1 pick up has been restored into one beautiful cruising truck. Beginning with a good solid body and frame the chassis was updated with a mustang II independent front suspension with power rack and pinion steering and power disc brakes while the rear received custom leaf springs and a 9" Ford rear axle. The body has been covered in an eye popping tangerine metallic orange two stage paint with beautiful chrome and stainless with all new glass and weather stripping. The body is in great shape being arrow straight with great body alignment. A complete new steel bed and tailgate have been put on the truck with a beautiful oak bed with stainless hardware. Two new fiberglass rear fenders were also installed. The interior has received new leather seat and door covers, new carpet and all new chrome hardware. Other features include air conditioning and a CD player. The truck is powered by a super smooth running 302 Ford V8 with an aluminum intake, edelbrock carb, and headers and is backed by a C4 automatic transmission. The F1 sits on a set of 19" chrome wheels with ZR rated tires. This is a great driving truck that really draws a crowd wherever it goes.....
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.
More than 70 percent of respondents expect to add a vehicle by the end of 2019, most much sooner
98 percent sell-through and $4.728 million in sales at Stafford in the UK
Historic double-decker Routemaster bus will share the 50th birthday spotlight
They’ll take some work, but you could make some money back and learn a lot