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Antique Ford Trucks

Antique Ford Trucks
Antique Ford Trucks
Pictures of Antique Ford Trucks from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.

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Custom 1932 Ford Pickup Street Truck
Custom 1932 Ford Pickup Street Truck
         



1941 Ford Pickup Truck For Sale

1941 Ford Pickup Truck For Sale
42,900.00 USD
1941 Ford Pickup Truck For Sale $42,900 VIN 1GC10911 Mileage Exempt Engine 85 HP Flat Head Cylinders V-8 Transmission Three Speed Manual Color Black Interior Color Green With its 85 horsepower legendary flathead motor and three-speed manual transmission, this 1941 Ford Pickup is ready to go anywhere. The full restoration which was undertaken not long ago has justifiably left this truck in its stock configuration. Although exercised via motor parade use, it has not been driven regularly and presents in fantastic condition today with no mechanical ailments that would prevent it use by the new owner. All components have been fully restored including the wooden bed and engine compartment which re in show-ready condition. The engine and transmission were fully rebuilt as well as the accessory spotlight. All bright work has been re-plated. A bed cover in included, and this example rides smoothly on full wide white walls accented by the original baby moon hubcaps and beauty rings. The paint and body work are impeccable with excellent line and even gaps. The truck is among the most desirable examples to be found. Many people consider the 1941 Ford V-8 Pickup to be one of the best looking trucks ever made. This is your opportunity to own a high quality eye-catching example of America’s best selling truck. St. Louis Car Museum Website: www.stlouiscarmuseum.com Email: info@stlouiscarmuseum.com Financing Is Available--Trades Are Accepted! Please call 1-800-957-5707 or 314-993-7104 with any questions or to discuss financing or transportation arrangements.
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1926 Ford Model T Truck

1926 Ford Model T Truck
1926 Ford Model T Truck Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Kokomo Automotive Heritage Museum, Kokomo, Indiana
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Ford Model T Delivery Truck

Ford Model T Delivery Truck
Ford Model T Delivery Truck
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1931 Ford Model A Mail Truck

1931 Ford Model A Mail Truck
22,000.00 USD
1931 Ford Model A Mail Truck Auction Sale Price: $22,000 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1614 This rare classic is in exceptional condition. This 1931 Ford was completely restored, paying attention to every detail. This classic is powered by a 4 cylinder engine and 3-speed transmission and has been completely rebuilt. The rare side curtains were a necessity for the peddlers to transport the mail from neighborhoods around the city and towns.
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1931 Ford Model-A Mail Truck For Sale

1931 Ford Model-A Mail Truck For Sale
44,900.00 USD
1931 Ford Model-A Mail Truck For Sale $44,900 Model Model-A Mail Truck Mileage 729 Engine 200.5 CID Cylinders 4 Cylinder Transmission 3 spd. Manual Color Green/Black Interior Color Black The Post Office Department developed a complete set of plans and specifications for the mail trucks. Ford was awarded the contract for the building the chassis. The body was procured separately by the Post Office and mounted to the Ford chassis in several regional Post Office garages.This was the origin of the Ford Mail Trucks. This truck was built by Ford in late 1931 and is mounted on a standard 103 ½” wheelbase Model-A chassis. There were 550 of these 100-cubic foot capacity bodies made for the U.S. Government in 1931 and 1932. The body was constructed of wood with steel bracing. The 1931 Mail Truck has a body and cowl finished in special Post Office Department olive green. The hood and radiator shell are black. The truck was sent to the Dallas, Texas Post Office where it was issued the Post Office Number of 11649. It was used by the Dallas Post Office until some time in 1954, when all Model-A trucks were replaced with new International trucks. At that time it was sold at auction. It was used by an independent rural postal delivery for two years, and then it sat unused until 1991. It was in the process of restoration from 1991 to 1994. The restoration included a complete mechanical rebuild as a complete new wood body made to the original post office drawings. The truck has been to one show where the judges were sanctioned by the Model-A Ford Club of America and won a first place. At the high country tour in Colorado, the truck drove over Freemont Pass (11,541 feet), Loveland Pass (11,992 feet) and Hoosier Pass (11,381 feet). It is a fun vehicle to drive and goes very well. St. Louis Car Museum Website: www.stlouiscarmuseum.com Email: info@stlouiscarmuseum.com Financing Is Available--Trades Are Accepted! Please call 1-800-957-5707 or 314-993-7104 with any questions or to discuss financing or transportation arrangements.
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1930 Ford Model A Pickup Truck

1930 Ford Model A Pickup Truck
1930 Ford Model A Pickup Truck Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Kokomo Automotive Heritage Museum, Kokomo, Indiana
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Antique Model T Ford Fire Truck

Antique Model T Ford Fire Truck
Antique Model T Ford Fire Truck
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