Drive Type: rear wheel
Model: Other Pickups
Here' one neet little 36 I'v had for 15 years, I'm thinking the paint is about 50 years old same condition since I've had it,
after buying I put in a new jasper 1951 mercury 40 over flathead, new clutch kit, reds headers with straight pipes and
4 inch drop CE axle, now I've only put about a 100 miles on it, runs great with 1939 tranny and a 1940 columbia rear
not hooked up just running in low range but ran ok on the hiway a few years ago needs to be hooked up though,
the front runners were in hot rod magazine around 1980 on 1932 roadster at salt flats that day he did 168 mph his
name is on them,
Things the truck needs #1 theres something in the gas tank that will clog the line, after blowing it out with air hose
she'll go 1 to 10 miles you just don't know its like a ping pong ball, #2 lower drivers rocker repair, the only rust
I see on truck, did'nt bother me so I did'nt fix, # 3 no glass in doors rear window cracked, same thing on them,
front tires are old rears are new, right front brake draging a little from sitting, look it over and tell me what you think,
there is a new battery tray under right floor board,
Ford Other Pickups for Sale
- 1939 ford pick-up original flathead v-8 and 3 speed transmission(US $19,900.00)
- 2009 f0rd f-550 crew cab flat bed and fully service texas own and one owner(US $19,400.00)
- 2002 f550 superduty diesel 4x4(US $8,500.00)
- 1957 ford f100 v8 auto show truck!! rare big window!
- 1932 ford pickup hot rod
- F550 4x4 cm flat bed
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Now With More EcoBoost
There's an EcoBoost 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder in there somewhere, and it's headed straight for Ugly Horse.
For the second time in my life, I'm staring at an engine in the back of a truck with no concept of how to get it safely into the garage by my lonesome. The first time this happened, I dragged home a $300 International 345 V8 in the back of my Scout Terra only to discover that the bounds of my manliness terminated well before my ability to muscle that 800-pound cast iron block out of the pickup bed.
It's that time in the life of the Ford Focus to get a little work done - a nip-tuck here, some Botox there. Yes, Ford is testing a facelifted version of its global C-segment entry, which first hit markets in Europe and North America in May 2011.
Like the touchup on the Fiesta, expect Ford's gaping grille to make its first appearance on the Focus. Our spy photographers point out that this is likely to be a more comprehensive makeover than previous spy shots suggested, based on the additional camouflage seen here on the front and rear ends of this five-door model. New head and taillights are also likely in order, as are changes to the front and rear fascia.
The interior was also snapped and features a cleaner design with a larger central display. Other than that, it looks like some buttons have been changed, making us think most of the Focus' updates are limited to the exterior.
Just a few days ago we brought you news that Ford had issued a recall on 28,000 units of the Edge crossover for problems related to the fuel line. But now the Blue Oval has issued recall notices on two more of its larger vehicles.
The first relates to the Explorer, 395 examples of which from the 2011 and 2012 model years were found to have problems with their steering systems if they underwent service after September 1, 2013. An apparent software glitch could lock the steering gear, preventing the driver from steering the vehicle and thereby increasing the risk of a crash. As a result, Ford dealers are being instructed to check their records to identify the problematic vehicles and bring them in to have the steering gear replaced. Details of the recall can be found in the PDF linked here.
The second problem revolves around E-Series vans that may develop bubbles in their windshields under hot temperatures. The decrease in visibility through the problematic windshield could - you guessed it - "increase the risk of a crash." As a result, Ford is calling in 4,532 units of the E-150, E-250, E-350 and E-450 vans built in the relatively short window between May 12 and May 26, 2011. Details of this recall can be found in the notice below from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.