1941 Ford Pickup/barn Find/street Rod/project on 2040-cars
National City, Michigan, United States
1941 Ford Pick up. Nice solid body. The truck is not running. The truck is a great restoration or street rod project. It has a non running flathead V-8 with a manual transmission closed drive shaft and rear end. The truck is very solid with a few pin holes in the floor board, the stack pocket in front passenger side is rusted through at bottom, a few small holes in the front cowl of cab passenger side under fender. The truck is all steel, running boards are very nice, fenders have a few small metal patches welded in, cab corners are good, and the windshield top passenger side has a small rust through area. I photographed all of these area so that you can clearly see what the problem areas are. They are easy fixes. The engine was partially disassembled by the previous owner. (It is free) The transmission also has the top cover off it, and it has no lube in it. The rear tires currently don't roll. I think it is stuck in gear. I also have a 1946 Ford Coupe frame that goes with truck if you want it. The 46 frame has a manual transmission, closed drive shaft and rear end, and hydraulic brake backing plates. This pick up would make an awesome street rod. The truck has a clear title, but it is titled as a 1942 Ford. VIN on the tag on firewall and a the tag on the engine match the number on the title. This is an excellent project. I have the door glass, window regulators, door latches, door handles, and door access panel covers, along with some assorted engine pieces for the truck. What you see is what you get. A very cool all steel Ford pick-up. Only bid if you plan on purchasing this vehicle and have the money in hand. Thanks for looking.
On Nov-04-13 at 14:49:16 PST, seller added the following information:
I did get the truck rolling so it will be easier for shippers or potential buyers to load and unload. Hopefully this will be a help for concerned parties who are interested in purchasing truck. I make be of help in transporting truck if you are not to far away. I have a truck and trailer and could possibly help for a fair cost. Just putting that out there for concerned buyers. Thanks for all the interest in the truck it gonna make someone a very nice ride.
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