Our all steel 1938 Ford was custom built right here in the states about ten years ago. The central body was treated to a subtle yet custom paint scheme of non-metallic pale yellow complimented by a stark contrast of metallic gray draped over the fenders and running boards. It really gives the truck a kind of moody personality that grows on you. So does the Von Dutch inspired artwork and maroon and gray pin striping that wrap around the front grille, cab and tailgate. Its 15" black steel wheels, punctuated by chrome trim rings and Ford baby moons brings the whole look home. One look at the interior reveals a most intimate bench seat for two trimmed in pleated gray leather and garnished with a splash of genuine birds-eye maple fascia across its modest dash. A simple floor mounted Lokar shifter, a few well placed all in one gauges and a remote control stereo makes for a functional yet minimalistic environment. The same striking maple wood dash trim extends to grace the floor of its six and a half foot bed; nestled between adjoining strips of padded gray vinyl. Under the hood lies a unique surprise; a Ford driveline. Sporting a warmly modified 302 with Edelbrock carb, intake and shorty style headers; this Blue Oval mill provides all the motivation this classic needs. Channeling it all out back to a classic 9" Ford rear end is a tried and true C4, three-speed automatic. Flowmaster Hush power mufflers pipe the small blocks tunes through a custom made rear valance and exits via a pair of octagonal-shaped stainless- steel tips. The undercarriage proves to be equally up to the task of captivating your attention while keeping it all under control with its gloss black frame, modern Mustang II rack and pinion steering, four-bar link rear suspension and fully adjustable coil-over shocks. It truly all comes together the moment you remove its custom fabric roof and experience the wind through your hair in what has to be one of the sweetest little hot-rod pick-ups we have seen in some time. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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