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1956 Ford F250 Rat Rod Antique Truck Rare! Rare! Rare! on 2040-cars

Year:1956 Mileage:60000 Color: Black /
 Green
Location:

Princeton, Kentucky, United States

Princeton, Kentucky, United States
Engine:272 Y-Block V-8
Transmission:Manual
Body Type:Flat bed dually
Vehicle Title:Clear
VIN: F25V6G38116 Year: 1956
Sub Model: F250
Make: Ford
Exterior Color: Black
Model: F-250
Interior Color: Green
Trim: Heavy-D
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: 4 Speed Manual 2 Wheel Drive
Mileage: 60,000
Condition: UsedA vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections.Seller Notes:"I would describe this truck as in good running condition. The only parts that are not original is it has a new carburetor with a oil bath air cleaner and a different speedometer cluster but it looks correct to the period. The new black paint on the truck is like a rubberized black. Tires are new. The seat looks like it came out of the 70s but its comfortable and we seem to like it when we are riding around. All the locks work with the keys including the glove box and all the glass is original. The back glass has a crack but has not seemed to be an issue. The motor probably has some blow-by because it leaks some oil out of the crankcase ventilator, but it has strong oil pressure, plenty of power and runs great. The fuel gauge does not work, and the speedometer worked until last week and started making noises so I unscrewed the cable. Could be something simple, not sure. The blower defrost and wipers work. It has a vintage horn that is super loud."

 I have a very rare and desirable 1956 Ford F250 in good running, condition.  These F-Series Trucks are very popular because you can still buy parts for them.  This truck has the original 272 Y-Block V-8 Engine mated with the original 4 Speed Transmission and is a 12 volt system. I have converted over to a alternator but I have the original generator in working condition, I have the original coil, solenoid, and other parts. The truck has new tires all the way around. To the best of my knowledge very few of the 250s were produced. This truck was converted to a dually flatbed at one time which was very well done and looks factory.  I also have a new electronic ignition module for the distributor but its running so good I have not yet installed. I have serviced the transmission and differential. I also replaced the points, condenser, plugs, cap, rotor, coil, solenoid, fuel filters.  The left front wheel cylinder needs to be replaced but its drivable. Parking Brake mechanism works well, but needs new brake shoes/pads. There is no rust on the frame but the cab corners would need repair in a restoration. Clutch shifts good but there doesn't seem to be much pedal left. There might be some adjustment underneath but I am not sure.  The truck is flat black, but the original color was Meadow Green. Truck drives and rides good.   Truck comes with most  original parts like arm rests, door panels, etc. Truck has a clean open title.  Truck has dual fuel tanks.There is plenty of room on the running boards for tool boxes, generator, etc.  Has a nice stereo in the glove box with custom speaker boxes on the floor. Some say this is the coolest truck ever made and gets thumbs up and complements. I think out of the 50 vehicles that I have owned this is one of the most fun to drive. I hate to sell this truck but I don't have the room and I can't stand to let it sit outside. Mileage stated is an approximate, we're not really sure. This trucks so rare there is not another 1956 Ford F250 for sale on Ebay.


On Aug-23-13 at 23:27:28 PDT, seller added the following information:

 PLEASE READ!  We are not trying to misrepresent the truck in any way but it was brought to our attention that the 56 has a rounded front window and rectangular vents and this one don't. This truck has a clean 56 title and matching Vin plate.  Looks like someone cloned this truck as a 56.  After further review of the front grille we think is is a 53 Deluxe cab.  It is still a cool truck but it don't seem to be the true 56 it says it is.   Thanks and please understand this ad revision.


On Aug-24-13 at 00:09:53 PDT, seller added the following information:

 

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