1934 Ford Truck Pickup Hot Rod Rat Chopped And Channeled on 2040-cars
Morro Bay, California, United States
Body Type:Pickup Truck
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Other Pickups
Trim: Hot rod
Drive Type: Automatic 350
Disability Equipped: No
Exterior Color: Green
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: Black
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
1934 Ford truck. This is a drive anywhere hot rod. Very dependable. Only selling because I am building other cars. It was an old 60's build that had been redone several years ago by my buddy. It is chopped 4 inches and channeled 6 inches. swing out windshield works and all windows roll up and down (yes they are yellow tinted) I got it from him with no motor, trans, driveline, radiator, etc. 3 years ago. I built a sbc 350 with World Products SR Torquer heads, comp hydraulic cam, gear drive, cal custom valve covers, vintage offy intake with 6 two barrels.. (it is only running off 2 centers right now.. could run off all 6 if set up progressive linkage but I never needed to) Vintage Vertex tach drive magneto, etc.. Has rebuilt turbo 350 auto trans, rebuilt posi 9" with great freeway gears, new fuel tank, new radiator, all drum brakes have new wheel cylinders and shoes. interior has autometer gauge, oldsmobile steering wheel, vintage shift knob, dual bucket seats, vintage military seat belts on both sides, amp mounted behind seat to plug in phone, ipod etc through two kick panel mounted speakers. Entire inside is covered in dynamat with floor and back panel carpeted, body has some small issues here and there but nothing crazy.. This truck has made many 1100 mile round trips.. rear wheels are vintage M/T Radir with Hurst cheater slicks, front wheels are steel chrome smoothy with BFG silvertowns. Tires all in good shape. rear suspension is coil spring with shock and 4 bar, front is tube axle with transverse leaf. It has original BLC headlights and 50's olds tail lights. Snap on rear bed cover to keep your stuff dry. Fuel tank is mounted below rear of bed hidden by a louvered roll pan. If this truck does not hit reserve I am going to pull the engine and vintage parts and resell it with a bare bones sbc350 and newer parts.. It is titled as a 1932 Ford pickup but the body detail shows that it is a 1934 ford cab.. it has been this way through the last couple owners over 20 years. The fuel gauge works but is not hooked up to current tank. I do not want trades unless it is a late 30s-40s 2 door coupe. Ask any and all questions before bidding. Your bid is a binding contract.. Can view more cars and pics of this truck at my website. www.bearmetalkustoms.com This is my daily driver. just looking to get something else now.....
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