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Classic Car Guy Introduces Car No. 13503:  1956  Ford F100 Pickup Street Rod
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At a Glance...
  • Exterior: Black
  • Interior:
  • Engine: 292 Ford
  • Transmission: C4 Automatic
  • Odometer/Mileage: 96949
Price:  $25,000

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Questions?

Email: 
Michael Johnson   
(Info@ClassicCarGuy.com)

Tel: 888-762-5570


Restoration...
Older resto showing paint wear. Frame off resto at one time. Nicely painted frame, axle and suspension parts. 2 springs removed in front for rake forward stance.


Exterior...
The original owner of this nicely built truck began with the hood in giving the paint a stressed patina look. The rest of the truck was not given the same treatment. Paint shows a few scratches here and there, a couple of small dents not immediately obvious and an area on RHS bed rail that was not primed properly . Right hand side of the truck shows spider web cracks in paint on tops of fenders. Truck features some new chrome parts (eg, the brightwork around windows, and the impressive grille etc), but some parts were not re-chromed and show slight pitting (eg door handles). The truck bed is original wood. new rubber gaskets on all windows. Great tires and wheels.


Interior...
original (?) bench seat in nearly perfect condition. Rubber mats. new headliner. nice interior chrome. no cracks in steering wheel.


Mechanical...
Starts quickly with the simple turn of a key. Idles well. Currently registered. 292 Thunderbird motor with Edlebrock carb, ramhorn exhaust manifolds.


Notes...
Older restoration showing some wear on the paint. Great curb appeal but a "20 footer" with respect to the paint only. She has some paint scratches and a couple of small dents, but all-in-all easy to overlook. Powered by a date code correct 292 Ford T-bird engine that purrs to life with a quick turn of a key. Great tires on painted steelies. Restored Interior with new rubber mats, perfect bench seat, new headliner and freshly painted dash. Doors and fenders line up very well. All rubber gaskets and glass appear to be new. Many new chrome parts including brightwork around windows, rear bumper and the beautiful chrome grille. A nice cruiser, grocery-getter and parts hauler! Questions? Contact Larry at mrford1847@gmail.com




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