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1951 Ford F-1 Solid Project Hot Rod Truck, F1, 1949,1950 on 2040-cars

Year:1951 Mileage:0
Location:

Greenwood, Arkansas, United States

Greenwood, Arkansas, United States

Opportunity is knocking, up for auction is a 1951 Ford F-1 pickup.  This truck was used as a local salvage yard truck and then parked until we purchased it a few years back (2 owners).  Since then it has sat on concrete blocks waiting for restoration.  Solid body with a few major dents, dings, and rusted areas, but overall a largely untouched project truck perfect for restoration or to make into a hot rod/rat rod!  The truck does not run and does need a total restoration.  The pictures speak for themselves as that is the truck you will receive.  

Clean Arkansas title.

This truck is sold as-is and the buyer is responsible for shipping.  Will help with shipping arrangements if possible.

Let me know if you have any questions or want more photographs of a specific area.  I will try to accommodate asap.

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