1955 Ford F100 Custom Cab Marmon Herrington - This very rare
truck was recently located in Richards, TX and is an excellent
candidate for restoration. The truck is very complete and original
and comes with several parts to speed along the restoration. These
parts include; new instrument panel, new steering wheel, new
fenders, new hood, extra frame, a complete bed and new wood for bed
floor. Truck retains it's original Y-block V8 and 4-speed
If not familiar with Marmon-Herringtons please do your research. This truck is an easy restore and worth a fortune when complete. PRICE IS FIRM. Trades welcome at "trade-in value". If you see this ad, truck is available. Will accept a $500 deposit to hold the truck up to 10 days. Contact me any time to discuss further.
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