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UPDATE: This truck was taken off the market but has recently been put back up for sale as of 9/27/2013. Written appraisal for over $32K asking $28K.
1935 Ford 1.5 Ton Truck with V8 Motor on GovLiquidation.com
http://www.GovLiquidation.com- This 1935 Ford 1.5 Ton Truck has been sold!
This classic truck sold for 28% off the original retail value!
The Ford Truck had a V8 motor and only had two owners. It had 79,987
original miles, brand new boards in the bed and leather seats. The truck
came with a spare rear end and grill all original and with the pink slip.
The truck ran and drove well!
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1947 Ford engine starting after 31 years
Old Henry, our 1947 Ford, engine starting after 31 years.
For video of the car's first drive shortly after click here:
For video of the car's second drive with the old man that purchased the car
in 1959 click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OImNZD7L6U
For later photos of the car restored and on the road click here:
Here's a recent one driving in the snow:
Here are all of the road trips he's been on since we restored him:
Transcontinental Railway Grade in May 2014:
City of Rocks, Idaho in April
Capitol Reef National Park in March 2014:
Grouse Creek and the AAA garage in February 2014:
Grand Canyon in January 2014:
Moab, UT in December 2013:
Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument November 2013:
Across Nevada on US 50, "The Loneliest Road in the Country", October 2013:
Mount Evans (the highest paved road in North America) August 2013:
Canada in June 2013: http://www.fordbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=109872
Monument Valley in March 2013:
Bryce Canyon in February 2013:
Milford, Utah in December 2012:
Nevada and Idaho in November 2012:
Rocky Mountain National Park in September 2012:
Yellowstone National Park in May 2012:
Death Valley in February 2012:
Pike's Peak in July 2011:
Route 66 in April 2010:
1935 Ford Truck
Take a walk around and ride in a Very Nice 1935 Ford Pickup!!!
1939 FORD PICKUP TRUCK - AS IS
Amazing find, this '39 Ford pickup. 72 years old and still running but
showing it's age. This unrestored survivor looks good as a relic but will
look great once it has a makeover. Rust is everywhere. The grille is
broken in places. Perhaps 3 different paint layers were slathered on.
Dash is original however new modern seats and door panels covered with
logos decry a bad start to restoration. The wheels have been painted and
mounted on those wheels are later Ford hubcaps. Wouldn't you love to be
able to be the owner of this rusty relic and restore it correctly? This is
only the second '39 Ford pickmeup that I've seen. The first one was
completely restored to it's former glory and looked stupendous. The same
can happen to this one even if customized. ( I personally prefer factory
restorations. ) These thirtyniners are rare to find and I hope you enjoy
looking at it. Thanks very much for viewing this old ' 39 Ford workhorse.
Model T Ford Tractor Plowing
Model T Ford 1927 Model T Ford home made tractor. It has two additional
3-speed transmissions and has a Model TT rear end (Truck). The plow is a
John Deere walking plow modified with linkage to raise and lower the plow.
My dad purchased this tractor in 1941 for $15.00 "My older brother is
running the tractor" (This homemade tractor was used to plow Victory
Gardens during the depression)
Muscle Truck vs. Baja Bug! 1974 Chevy C10 Battles Fred's Volkswagen Baja Bug - Roadkill Ep. 28
Remember the drag racing '74 Chevy Muscle Truck from Roadkill Episode 18?
It's back, but with a twist: it's gonna become a true dual-sport ride for
surf and turf, shedding its drag slicks for Super Swamper Boggers and
hitting the sand dunes...hard! And to prove that a lowered, two-wheel-drive
pickup can dominate the dunes, Freiburger and Finnegan set up a shootout
with Fred Williams from the Dirt Every Day series on the Motor Trend
channel. Fred brought out his '69 VW Baja Bug from DED Episode 23 and went
head to head with the Muscle Truck on the beach at Pismo, California.
The Roadkill/HOT ROD Magazine Muscle Truck is a '74 Chevy C10 shortbed,
stepside, with a GM LS6 crate engine (like the all-aluminum V8 found in a
C6 ZO6 Corvette). It's stock other than a small crane cam, midlength
headers, and a new addition for this episode: MSD's Atomic EFI (the truck
used to run a carburetor). The Atomic setup is atop a BBK intake manifold,
and uses a stock LS1 throttle body. That legendary Exhaust sound comes
from 3-inch pipe with 4-inch Dynomax Bullet race mufflers.
The truck's transmission is a JW turbo
400 backed by a Gear Vendors over/underdrive unit. And it really needs
overdrive because the Ford 9-inch rear carries 5.13 gears and a spool. The
suspension features dropped spindles and Ridetech Strong Arms and air bags
up front. In the rear, two leaves were removed from the stock spring packs,
they were flipped under the axle, and traction is delivered by Caltrac's
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1937 Chevy Truck - Runs & Drives Great! - SOLD!
Chevrolet's first light truck series modern pickup era began in 1937. It
shared styling traits with its passenger cars and featured a redesigned cab
offering improved driver comfort and convenience with instruments and
controls clustered for ease of use.
This 1937 Chevy half-ton pickup is in overall very good condition. It sat
with only occasional starting for nearly 20 years inside a shed. Powered
by a liquid-cooled, six-cylinder, in-line, cast-iron, overhead valve engine
displacing 216.5 cubic inches, it features GM's "Blue Flame" combustion
chamber design. The owners have also added a fan with a switch shown in
the picture on the left side of the dash to help cool the engine. The
windshield opens to provide ventilation for the passenger compartment.
The engine drives the rear wheels through a manual transmission offering 3
forward speeds and 1 reverse w/synchronous meshing 2nd and 3rd gears,
connected to the engine by a single-plate dry cutch. The transmission
connects to the semi-floating rear drive axle via s steel drive shaft. It
has an 18 gallon fuel capacity and a 6-volt negative-ground electrical
system powered by an on-board generator.
It has a steel frame and 5 cross members, with a steel cab and bed attached
to the frame. Front suspension is a steel I-beam, solid axle with a
semi-elliptic, leaf spring at each end. The rear axle also hangs from
semi-elliptic leaf springs at each end. The chassis has a single-acting
hydraulic shock absorber at each wheel, a manual worm-and-sector steering
gear and 4-wheel manual hydraulic drum brakes.
While there are a couple things you might want to upgrade, this is an
overall good looking, good running truck!
Vehicle information above is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. All
vehicles are offered subject to an inspection and an appraisal if desired.
Financing is available through JJ Best Banc. Delivery arrangements are
Call 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719 for more information.