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1953 Ford F100 Shortbed 1/2 Ton V8 Classic Hotrod Cruiser Rat Rod Original Look on 2040-cars

Year:1953 Mileage:39000
Location:

San Diego, California, United States

San Diego, California, United States

   
 
Very Nice and Straight 1953 Ford F-100. Ready for Cruising to the beach, Home depot runs, Local car shows ,etc.
 
California truck that was made in Los Angeles.
 
Body in Very nice condition with Solid doors, floors, cab corners, roof rails, hinge Mounts, and running boards.
 
Paint has patina with normal small dings and scratches.
 
Runs and drives with Clear Clean California title. Registration on non op so no back fees.
 
Stock truck with up dated 272 Y block engine. Sounds good with dual exhaust.

Original 4 speed transmission and rear differential.
 
Been in storage for the past few years.
 
After removed from storage, fuel system cleaned including carburetor .
 
Water pump replaced.
 
Fresh oil change with filter.
 
Brake system bled and adjusted.
 
Original Wood bed .
 
Runs and drives like a Classic 1953 ford truck.
 
White Wall tires have plenty of tread but weather checked from sitting. Ford F150 Rims.

Factory VIN Tag matches Title and makes it easier to Import.
 
 I Sell WORLDWIDEi including Australia, New Zealand, Finland, Norway, Germany, Switzerland , England, Canada, Dubai , and probably a bunch of other countries that I forgot. I will assist your shipper
 
Ask Questions...... I will do my best to get back to you asap. As with all old cars and trucks, Sold as is with no warranty expressed or implied. Actual mileage unknown. vertical crack in windshield behind the rear view mirror.
 
This is a NO RESERVE auction
 
Bid Now or Make an Offer. I reserve the right to end the auction early for a respectable offer.
 
Thank you for your interest.
Bid Now or Send me an Offer.
 
 

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