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Old 04-30-2005, 05:26 PM
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'48, '49, or '50 Ford F1's for sale?

Looking for a '48, '49, or '50 F1 pickup. Would prefer a partially completed project, but willing to consider a running/driving truck as well.

Please email me drewporta@lycos.com with information or leads.

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Old 04-30-2005, 06:20 PM
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Welcome to FTE Drew. Have you checked the usual locations - classified on the FTE site, Hemmings, eBay, etc.?
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Old 05-01-2005, 09:36 AM
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Thanks for the welcome George.

Yes, I've been working on a deal for a '50 that was about 1/2 completed, but it ended up being purchased by someone else while I was getting the family and funds lined up to buy the truck. This is going to be a present to my father (his first vehicle was a '48 F1) from my mother, brother, sister, and myself. I'm the lucky one who gets to do all the labor!

Now I am scanning around to find another truck. I've already looked at the FTE, BonusBuiltDotCom, e-Bay, and Collector Car Trader website classifieds. Picked up a hard copy of Hemmings last night too. Any other recommeded places to look?

Thanks for the insights. While I'm new to the F-1 scene, I'm not new to Fords, restoration work, or project builds...

Drew

P.S. - Any opinions on engine choices would be appreciated...I probably need to search the archives on FTE. I've heard that the older flat heads can be somewhat finiky to tune, unreliable, and like to overheat. A mildly hot rodded F1 with a reliable V-8, automatic transmission, and better ride would really be what my father would enjoy driving. Maybe even add A/C unit to it too. My initial thoughts are an engine conversion to a Ford small block (302 or 351), MII front end, and a Mustang live axle rear end.
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Old 05-01-2005, 11:07 AM
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F-1 For Sale

I know of where a 49 is for sale in Springfield Mass area. $6,000. It runs, was registered in 2004 and drives etc.

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Old 05-03-2005, 10:39 AM
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I have a '46 flatbed down the street from me up for sale. Cab looks finished. He is asking $6000 obo. I can get more info if you wish.
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