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1942 ford marmon herrington

Year: 1950
Make: Ford
Model: Heavy Duty
Price: $1500
Mileage: 0
Color: rust and yellow
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): IN
Transmission: Manual
Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD
Color: Yellow
Engine: 239 flathead V8

Time to sell my old marmon. I am not sure of the year 42-47. It does not have a title. I had dreams of putting the axles under my 54 f600 dump truck, but I am in college now and you all know the story of a college teen...... POOR!! The body is pretty dang rusty, but the hard parts like axles, transfer case, engine, radiator, and transmission should be usable. I do not know if the any of these are damaged inside or not. I have the assumption that this truck probably did very little work. It was a sno go truck in its day. So my guess is that it sat way more than it worked. The radiator is absolutely perfect. I assume the motor is nice inside too, but I am not sure. If you have any questions please throw them at me. The truck is located in Portland Indiana at my grandpas, I live at Purdue (west lafayette IN) I go home on the weekends and I am about 45 minutes from the truck. Oh and the crap on the truck does not go with it.. I know it is a big truck and they are not really desirable, but they are still very tough to find.
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