1947 Ford Coe 47 Cabover Coal Truck on 2040-cars
Baker City, Oregon, United States
This is a 1947 Ford cabover that I am listing for a friend, This truck runs and sounds good,The previous owner said the engine was rebuilt years ago. It drives down the road, it HAS NO BRAKES, they were were worked on 20 years ago, now they are not working, As you can see this is a coal truck, they bed is really pretty straight on the outside, it just needs the various scabbed on pieces of metal cut off. It has a working dump hoist, The body is solid, It has rust in the back lower cab corners, and in the bottom of the right door, Eastern Oregon is known for non rusty older vehicles. The top of the cab is rough from coal being dropped on it. grille is rough as you can see along with the left fender, What you see is what you get. please feel free to ask any questions, Shipping is the responsibility of the new owner, we will assist with loading. This vehicle has NO WARRANTY.Please dont ask the We would like a 500.00 paypal deposit withing 48 hours, and the balance in 7 days. Thanks for looking
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Auto blogThu, 17 Jul 2014
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Those gaudy figures power the naturally aspirated GT model, and they easily eclipse the "more than" 420 hp and 390 lb-ft that Ford originally estimated.
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