1935 Ford

Pickup $36,900

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GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1935 Ford F1 for your consideration. Power this Classic truck is a rebuilt flathead V8 original to this truck paired with a rebuilt 3-speed manual transmission. This truck was completely restored and has less than 2,300 miles since. The exterior of this truck comes in a stunting Vermillion red paint job complemented by a Black LaBaron-Bonney Interior. Also coming with a stainless steel exhaust system, fuel tank, bumpers, wide whitewall tires, greyhound hood ornament./radiator cap. This beautiful F1 was on stage at Ford's 100-year anniversary celebration at Ford's world headquarters. To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

Henry Ford changed the world with the Model T in 1908, and more importantly, the manufacturing process used to churn out inexpensive cars to put America on four wheels. The Model T truck arrived in 1917, using the same engine and front passenger area but with a stronger frame that could support a 1-ton payload and any number of coachbuilt pick-bed configurations. It sold well enough at $600 apiece until Ford decided it should manufacture the truck complete with a pickup-bed itself, and the first factory-assembled Ford pickup trucks emerged in 1925. By 1928 Ford had built and sold over one million Model T trucks and then built the Model AA and BB trucks with similar success.

In 1935 Ford introduced the Model 50 pickup based on the styling of its cars at the time. You could buy the Model 50 with any engine you wanted, as long as it was a Ford flathead V8. By the time WWII came around, when production was halted to help in the battle against the Axis powers, Ford had built and sold over four million units of the Model 50 pickup.

To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

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Engine Size
221ci Flathead V8
Transmission Type
3-Speed Manual


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