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Rat Rod 1950 F1 Ford Truck Kustom Patina Barn Find on 2040-cars

Year:1950 Mileage:5000
Location:

San Jose, California, United States

San Jose, California, United States

Up for sale is this beautiful rugged looking, time capsule, patina filled 1950 Ford F1. This old shell was brought back to life making it look as if time stopped and kept it as its original inception to be used as a farm truck but with all the modern upgrades of performance ans safety.
Its has a clean and clear California titled registered as a 1950 F1. Tags are current.

The truck has been reworked with:
350 Small Block Chevy engine
350TH transmission with overdrive
Shift kit with custom Sierra Nevada shifter
Mustang II front end with coil overs
Power Steering
Front disc brakes
10 bolt chevy rear end
Rear flipped axle on lead springs and lowerig blocks
15 inch wheels, powder coated black with good tread on tires and Ford hubcaps
All new working gauger (temp, oil, gas, voltage, speedometer)
All lights work (headlights, stop lights and turn signals)
Newer model nissan front seat
Original steering whell
Tank has been relocated to the rear of bed
No only surface rust
Full "C" notch on rear
Bed rail ahs been raised to fit "C" notch
Redwood board bed
Runs and drives straigh and stops on a dime.
Here's a great opportunity to own a great Kool looking Kustom. An old Ford with a New Chevy heart but its original soul. For any other qustions please call me, Saul, at 4083755618

Deposit of $1000 required 24 hours after end of auction and FULL Payment required 48hours after end of auction via Wire transfer. Free delivery with in 100 of 95122. Buyer responsible for shipping anywhere outside the U.S. or outside the designated 100miles. Can offer transport for a fee within California.

Prefer Domestic buyer. International bidders!!!! Please reach out before bidding!!!! Prefer not to ship out of country!!!!

Buyer reseves te right to end auction early as vehicle is listed locally for sale and other forums.


Good luck and happy bidding!

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