Drive Type: REAR
Model: Other Pickups
Trim: HOT ROD
1942 FORD HOT ROD PICK-UP. THIS TRUCK STARTED LIFE AS A FIRETRUCK AND WAS MADE INTO A STREET/STRIP ROD.
Powered by a 513 cube ford stroker motor with eagle crank and H beam rods and Probe pistons. rotating assembly has been balanced and is topped with ported stock heads, roller rockers, mild Crane cam, Stealth intake and 850 carb. Transmission is Coan built Powerglide with 3800 stall converter.
Chassis consists of Mustang II front suspension and 9" ford rear with Mosier 33 spline axles, spool and 4.33 gears.
Cab and front are all steel and the rear fenders and bedsides are fiberglass. there is one small rust on the drivers cab corner and a dent on the leading edge of the passenger side door. Drivers door needs glass.
there is a oilpan leak, easy fix.
On Nov-10-13 at 18:19:36 PST, seller added the following information:
Also has a nitrous system, transbrake and rear tires are 29x10.5w slicks. Clear Michigan title.
On Nov-10-13 at 18:22:49 PST, seller added the following information:
Runs great on 93 octane pump gas and has a second fuel system for nitrous system.
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Auto blogMon, 13 Jan 2014 09:05:00 EST
Just when you thought you'd figured the fullsize truck market out, Ford goes and throws us a massive curve ball with the 2015 F-150. The big headline news aren't tow or payload ratings, though we're sure those figures will be fully competitive if not class leading, they haven't yet been announced. Instead, the big headline news Ford is highlighting are the truck's new aluminum-intensive structure and 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine.
And with good reason - all that aluminum means that Ford was able to cut a massive 700 pounds from the truck's curb weight. That is going to cause all sorts of great things to happen to the 2015 F-150's driving dynamics, performance and fuel efficiency, not to mention its ability to haul heavy loads. For those customers worried about the strength of aluminum versus the more conventional steel, Ford is quick to point out that many military vehicles, such as the HMMWV and Bradley Fighting Vehicle, use a very similar sort of aluminum alloy in their construction.
It's also worth mentioning that the backbone, a fully boxed ladder frame, is hewn from high-strength steel. Ford says "2015 Ford F-150 is the strongest and most durable F-150 ever," for what it's worth, claiming that "torture tested" in labs and in the real world for more than 10 million miles. What's more, the truck, in disguised form, completed all 883 miles of the Baja 1000.
We all remember the financial crisis that began several years back. At its core was a splurge of subprime lending for housing loans. The housing bubble burst, triggering a collapse of the mortgage-backed securities market. Apparently, those types of loans still exist in the automotive industry, and the market share for these types of "nonprime, subprime, and deep subprime," loans has grown 13.6 percent compared to the third quarter a year ago.
According to an Automotive News report, high-risk lending expanded to 24.8 percent of total loans in Q3, up from 21.9 percent for this time last year. As this level increased, average credit scores of borrowers dropped to 755, down from 763 a year ago. In that time, the average financing amount increased $90 per vehicle, to $25,963.
At 818, Volvo maintains the highest per-owner credit score, while Mitsubishi has the lowest, at 694. The highest rate of borrowers was at Toyota, with 14 percent of the market, followed by Ford with 13.1 percent and Chevrolet at 11.1.
For reasons we can't comprehend, here's a music video starring the all-new, 2015 Ford Mustang and a number of dancers dressed and styled in the most stereotypically 1980s way possible. The dancers then take part in a male-versus-female dance off. Again, we've no idea why it exists.
It's weird, and for the second time in two weeks, we're sat at our computer wondering, "What are we watching?" That said, it does show the new Mustang from a number of angles, and it's one of the first car-related YouTube videos we've seen that's available in a 4K, ultra-high-def stream.
Take a look below, and let us know what you think in Comments.