This is a restored 1946 Ford Pickup with a totally rebuilt V-8 flathead stroker engine, Holly four barrel carb,Reds headers, electric exhaust cut outs, electronic ignition, racing pistons and high performance cam, rebuilt 3 speed stock tranny, heavy duty clutch and pressure plate with stock banjo style rear end. The front axle has been rebuilt with new pins, bushings, bearings, disk brakes and shocks. The rear axle is all stock with drum brakes (new wheel cylinders and shoes) and stock shocks.
The entire body and bed were removed repaired and painted then reassembled with all new fasteners and welting. The interior has been completely reworked from headliner to carpeting and is show quality.
This truck was built to be a driver but still keep the original look and period mechanicals. It will go anywhere and turn heads everywhere.
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