1948 Ford F1 Truck, pickup

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-100
  • Type: truck
  • Year: 1948
  • Mileage: 6,600
  • VIN: 123456
  • Color: red
  • Engine size: 390
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Interested? Contact seller!

1948 Ford F-100 Description

1948 Ford F1 pickup truck. First year of the F series. This was restored and 6600 miles put on it. There isnt anything that was not done during the restoration, and needs nothing to go down the road. Put gas in and go.

Under the hood is a 390 Ford big block, mated to a C6 automatic transmission, finally ending up in the rear at a Ford 9 inch axle complete with 3.50 gears and a posi. Everything was rebuilt but no receipts on any of the mechanicals.

There is power steering for the Mustang II front suspension complete with disc brakes. While in the back the bed has oak boards.

Inside the cab all the interior is completed, black crush velvet seat, headliner is in, heater, and a radio. Did you notice alot of red paint in there as well?

The truck does have fiberglass fenders and running boards. The paint has chips and flaws, on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being perfect i would rate it at a 7. Like I said this thing has 6600 miles on it.

Buy this at a fraction of the cost to build, drive it home. Like i said this thing needs nothing.

Now for the fine print..... Winning bidder must deposit $500 via paypal within 24 hours of winning the auction. The remainder of the balance must be made cash or certified bank check before vehicle leaves my possesion. The vehicle must be pickedup within 14 days. I am easy to work withbut have had some bad experiences on here so lets get it all out in the open. There is no warranty included, ask questions, ask for more pics, be sure of what your bidding on before you bid. We can email, text, call or whatever. If your over seas, good, I will work with you, but buyer handles all of their shipping and pick up regardless of whereyour from. This was my dads and after his stroke he dont need it anymore. That should answer alot of questions right off the bat!