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1950 Ford F3 Truck Flathead V8 Completely Restored on 2040-cars

Year:1950 Mileage:80278
Location:

Algona, Iowa, United States

Algona, Iowa, United States

For sale 1950 Ford F3 Truck FlatHead V8 completely RESTORED, It has FLATHEAD V8 Engine with a 4 Speed Manual Transmission, Clutch is good, it has original 6 Volt System with a new voltage Regulator, and a new 8 Volt Battery.

This truck was restored in 2013 with the frame completely sandblasted and undercoated. The paint was done by my Uncle who has been a professional painter for 40 years.  The cab was painted inside and out. the front fenders and underside of running boards are undercoated.  This truck is absolutely rust free.  This truck has very rare and very unique WORLDS ONLY PICKUP DUMP NATIONAL DUMP-O-MATIC BED MADE IN WAUKESHA WIS.   We restored the bed and replaced all the wood with Western Red Cedar.  The box is original with the truck and still has the original name plate truck has single rear wheels and a tow hitch with spared tire and holder.  Truck has new headliner, radio grill emblems on dash, all new seals, weather stripping, all new glass, plus more.  All parts are OEM from Dennis Carpenter, it comes with original owners manual, and sides for bed. as well as other misc. parts. 

I AM LISTING THIS FOR A FREIND CALL HIM WITH ANY QUESTIONS AT 515-341-3087 AND ASK FOR MITCH.    This is a cash or certifed check from your bank will be accepted only.  NO PAYPAL PAyment expected within 10 working days will store pickup.up to 60 days unless other arragements or made. Thanks for looking

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