39 Sedan Delivery Street Rod Project
A 1939 Sedan Delivery that Griffey's Hot Rods and Restorations is
building...I will follow this build from coming in the shop to heading out
to it's first show...this is going to be a very cool build...make sure you
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1956 Ford Panel Van - Completely Restored - SOLD!
This subtly and beautifully done 1956 Ford Panel Van is powered by a 351
Windsor, has a mild cam (1K-5K rpm) power, balanced rod and crank, ported
heads, oversized Chevy valves, roller rockers, a heavy duty oil pump, an
SVO intake manifold, Holley TBI, HEI ignition, new Exhaust system, re-cored radiator and Ron
Francis wiring kit.
The Gibbon-Chrysler independent front suspension has all new bushing and
end joints, the C-4 Tranny was rebuilt, it has 350 gears in the rear end,
new brakes all around, the fuel tank was flushed and cleaned, all wheels
bolt to Chrysler pattern, it has new tires and wheels all around and a
Cougar steering column.
It has all new paint (PPG base coat, clear coat (Subtle Blue) color (looks
like Aquamarine), all new rubber, new front and side glass and a louvered
Stow your gear away from view and/or sleep in this van if you want to.
For more information, please call 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719.
1953 Ford, Delivery, Panel, Truck, Custom, F-100, Drag, Cruiser
Custom Ford Panel 1953 Ford Panel Truck Special Features
The 1953 model came standard with a more spacious cab than its
predecessors. This included a wider bench seat that was furnished with an
upgraded upholstery from previous truck models. In addition, the instrument
cluster was crafted into a single unit to provide simplicity for the
driver. With a single unit holding all instrumentation, the driver could
have greater access from behind the steering wheel. Furthermore, the
windshield was re-engineered, producing a larger, curved shield that
slanted back to the cab, which increased visibility for drivers. Finally,
in 1953, the option of having an automatic transmission was offered.
In 1953, every Ford truck was equipped with a Flathead engine. This was a
powerful V-8 block engine, with a bore by stroke of 3.1875 inches by 3.750
inches. The piston displacement was 239 cubic inches, with a compression
ratio of 7.20, a maximum brake horsepower of 110 at 3800
rpm and a maximum torque of 196 pound-feet at 2,000 rpm. The normal oil
pressure was 57 pounds. The firing order was from the front to rear at
1-5-4-8-6-3-7-2. The ignition timing was groove on pulley, with engine idle
speed for the manual shift transmission being 475 rpm. The compression
pressure and cranking speed was at 125 minutes. For valves, the operating
clearance was 0.014 inches cold on the intake valve, and 0.018 cold on the
Exhaust. The valve seat angle was at
1955 Chevy Panel Truck Second Drive Fail
Well, first drive went better than the second... Long story short, the
drive shaft came undone. You can see part of the U-joint roll out from
under the truck...
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1956 Ford Ranch Wagon Street Rod
This 1956 Ford Ranch Wagon is one of the latest creations by Alloway's Hot
Rod Shop..I'm in the shop just a couple of days before it heads to SEMA
2012 to be displayed in the PPG display there...it has a Art Morrison
Chassis..a 427 'cammer' Motor in it...and of course a Steve Holcomb
Interior...only the best...this one is Bobby's personal Hot Rod...very
cool...check it out!!
1956 Ford Pick Up Street Rod
A 1956 Ford Pick Up Street Rod I shot at the World of Wheels Show 2013 in
Chattanooga TN...one nice truck...check it out!!...make sure you subscribe
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1948 Ford Panel Wagon
1948 Ford Panel Wagon
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1951 Ford Panel Truck
1951 Ford Panel Truck For Sale. This nicely built street rod is powered by
a Oldsmobile 350CID V8 mated to a turbo
350 automatic transmission. The engine shows well with the addition of
chrome accents including the air cleaner, valve covers, valve cover
breathers and polished aluminum overflow tank. The interior if finished
nicely with saddle cloth bucket seats up front and the rear is finished
with cloth as well. The interior also features a Sony CD/radio hooked to
Xplod speakers in the kick panels, polished steering wheel, sport shifter
and A/C heat controls. The body is painted in a metallic Cyber green and
features custom hand painted pinstripes. The chrome shines like new all the
way around and goes well with the polished American Racing rims. Other
options include A/C, AM/FM radio, CD, power brakes, power steering, tilt
wheel, seat belts, cloth interior trimmed with vinyl, radial tires and
aluminum alloy rims. This is a well-built truck just waiting to hit the
summer show circuit, for more information please visit
gatewayclassiccars.com or call the showroom at 812-294-1555.
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1953 Ford F100 Panel Truck
A brilliant example! This is better than a new one right off the assembly
line! New trucks would quickly lose that spotless character when pressed
into everyday trade services! Thank goodness this example shows how great
these could look! Last year for the flathead V8. Note the staggering
difference in the cabin from current trucks. The emphasis here was on
utility...no power anything!
1940 Ford Panel Delivery Van - Fly/In Cruise/In
Series #39 Part #2
Fly/In Cruise/In Video Magazine
Damon Combs gives us a tour of his beautiful 1940 Ford Panel delivery Van.
This vehicle has attended every single Fly/In Cruise/In held annually at
the Marion, Indiana municipal Airport.
Produced by: Inge Harte - Ray Johnson