1948 Ford F1 Rat Rod on 2040-cars
Seminole, Alabama, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Model: Other Pickups
Exterior Color: Brown
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: orange
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: YES
This is a 1948 ford f1 rat rod truck it has a custom 2x4 lighting hole frame in front 2x3 from firewall back it has 1956 international frontend with spring over with new disc breaks rearend is 2000 dodge ram with 355 gears and leafspring setup the motor is a 350 small block chevy with a turbo350 auto trans runs drives and stops good camaro seats new gauges new breaklines front to back new fuel lines new fuel pump model a head lights the cab has been chopped 5 1/2 in channeled 4in (but has lots and lots of head and feet room) tilt sterring collum new sterring rod and joints bed is 55 chevy 4foot long wood floor with keg gas tank this truck only has 25 miles on it since built has lil rust on bottom of doors good tires new lug studs and nuts ready to go rides smooth and steers good sure i missed few things fill free to email with any questions the reserve is less than $10,000 so dont ask what it is if u want it bid if u have less than 10 feedback email me your number and i will call to verify that u r for real or i will cancel your bid dont have time for dreamers $500 dollar deposit within 24hr of sell......THIS IS A RATROD IT IS NOT PERFECT BUT IS WELL BUILT AND SAFE IT HAS RUST ITS LOUD AND U HAVE TO DRIVE IT ITS NOT A STREET ROD THAT U TAKE GRANDMA TO CHURCH IN SO IF THATS WHAT U R LOOKING FOR THIS AINT IT.......
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