1941 Ford Pickup Street Rod

A 1941 Ford Pick Up Street Rod My friends at B-Rod or Custom Built..a very nice Truck...check it out!!! For more cool stuff visit http://www.scottiedtv.com/

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1951 Ford F-1 Pickup For Sale
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! To see over 100 pictures of this truck visit http://inventory.vanguardmotorsales.com/vanguardautos/inventory/details/F1R 1LU12911 VIN F1R1LU12911 This stunning steel pickup truck came to us out of Florida. He purchased the truck in November of 1984 and started the frame off restoration in February of 1995. The build was finished in 1998. Dyno sheet on the engine is included in the sale. Mechanics 351ci Windsor C4 Automatic Transmission Ford 9” Posi-Traction Rear End with 3.50:1 Gear Ratio Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum Vintage A/C Ron Francis Wiring Harness Chrome Valve Covers and Air Cleaner Polished A/C Pump Chrome Alternator Holley Carb Edelbrock Performer Intake Aluminum Radiator Manual Electric Fan Mallory Distributor Jet Coated Headers Flowmaster Exhaust 2 Foot Long Chrome Exhaust Tips with Billet Hangers Mustang II Front End Rear Sway Bar New Brake Lines Parking Brake Body Beautiful Black Laquer Paint Beautiful Chrome Bumper and Grille All Original Steel Body Except For: New Steel Running Boards New Steel Tailgate New Front End of Bed Doors Fit and Operate Properly Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid Straight Bed Sides Oak Wood Bed Beautiful Rear Chrome Bumper Custom Latches for Tailgate Underside of Bed is Nicely Finished Boxed Frame is Nicely Painted Cab Floor and Corners are Solid 215/60/17 Front, 255/60/17 Rear Brand New Riddler Wheels Interior Red Leather Interior Bench Seat Column Shift Custom Steering Wheel Tilt Steering Column Custom Gauges by Classic Instruments Wood Dash by Wabbits Wood Works Aftermarket Radio 4 Speaker Stereo System Painted Dash with Pin Stripe Custom Door Panels with Embossed “51” Electric Shut Off Under the Passenger Seat Custom Headliner with Lights Seatbelts Don’t Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week at 248-974-9513! tom@vanguardmotorsales.com www.VanguardMotorSales.com





1938 Ford Street Rod Pickup $58,500.00
No Expense Spare Nut-N-Bolt Restoration All Steel Street Rod, Multiple Award Winner-Magazine & T.V. Feature truck, PPG display vehicle, beautiful Two Tone PPG Corvette blue & Champagne, custom toupe leather interior, DOHC 4.6 liter aluminum mod V8 engine, automatic overdrive transmission, Pete & Jakes Chassis with Heights Mustang II impendent front suspension with tubular upper & lower control arms, rack & pinion steering, 4 wheel disc brakes, Vintage air conditioning, PRE aluminum radiator, bucket seats, Ididit polished tilt column with billet wheel, TPI gauge cluster, Lokar shifter, custom sound system, power windows, custom dual Exhaust, Currie 9" 4 link rear suspension with 3.57 posi gear, 255/50ZR17 Kuhmo rear tires, 225/45ZR16 fronts, 16 & 17" Boyd wheels, "frenched" tail lights & 3rd brake light, stainless fuel tank, "suicide" doors with electric popper, Show Quality!





134136 / 1937 Ford Coupe
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bmao4x8 Commissioned by the National Street Rod Association and executed by Evolution Auto out of Port Byron, Illinois this classy 1937 Ford coupe is practically a State of the Union address for the hot rodding community. Featuring a world-class OZE body, GM Performance Parts LS1, striking paint and a welcoming custom interior, this pro-built Ford is fully sorted and ready for years of enjoyment. Ready to view the street rod scene from the best seat in the house? Take a closer look at this '37 Ford. The design team at OZE did a great job keeping the '37 Ford lines in this body. From the nose to the fender shape to the roofline, the profile is easily recognizable despite all the smoothing and chopping. Thanks to masterful prep work, the tasteful Sandlewood Beige and Cashmere White paint looks great from all angles. Divided by a thin red stripe, the exterior is simple and elegant. As a modern street rod build, trim is minimal and carefully chosen. Up front, an OZE grille is framed by genuine Ford headlights in chrome bezels. All glass is show quality with adjustable self-parking wipers keeping the windshield clean. Out back, small oval taillights hang on either side of the billet license plate frame. Between the fenders a GM Performance Parts LS1 utilizes a six-bolt main block, high-lift cam, fuel rails with injectors and symmetrical-port cylinder heads to produce 350hp and 365lb. ft. of torque while maintaining 20mpg. Up top, body-color injector covers and a painted custom plenum tie into the exterior paint. At the front, a Street and Performance serpentine system spins a high output alternator, power steering pump and air conditioning compressor. The Exhaust note is courtesy of aluminized headers and Stainless Works mufflers. Backing the LS1 is a strong 4L65E automatic transmission that channels power back to the Winters differential with aluminum center section and 3.50 gears. Around the drivetrain, a boxed OZE frame featuring air ride at all corners hangs a TCI independent front suspension up front and a 4-link out back. Steering is handled by a variable ration power rack and pinion setup while braking comes courtesy of MBM-actuated Wilwood calipers at all corners. Intro wheels in sizes 17x7 and 20x10 wrapped in BFG rubber fill out the wheel wells. Inside, a sculpted tan leather interior features Dakota Digital gauges, Vintage Air A/C, a Secret audio stereo and miles of custom leather and suede custom work. Surprisingly spacious, this is one of the most comfortable street rod interiors around. As a NSRA-sanctioned build, this is a very well documented car. Included in the sale are the seven months (January -- July 2008) of coverage the car received from Street Scene -- NSRA's monthly publication. There is also a large three-ring binder with absolutely every component manual from the build. Should you have questions about how anything goes together, it's here. Despite the availability of components, building a quality finished street rod that looks, runs and drives as it should is still a serious undertaking. The crew at Evolution Auto didn't cut a single corner on this Ford and it shows from every angle. Call, click or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information on this awesome rod.





1952 Ford F1 Street Truck
A 1952 Ford F-1 Street Truck I shot at the National Street Rods South Plus 2013 in Knoxville Tn...Tilt Hood....Dump Bed....5.0 under the hood....this is a very cool Truck...check it out!!....Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of the other cool videos I shot at this show! For more cool stuff visit http://www.scottiedtv.com/




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