Classic Car Deals
1946 Ford Tonner flat bed. With a high payload capacity you\'re able to haul any heavy load you may encounter, from a load of hay or even your wife. The Timken Banjo 6.67:1 differential will push you right along, it won\'t be playing much of a tune nor will you find a radio but the 4 speed transmission spur cut gears will surely be. Double clutch and pull her into another gear to change the tune, with a constant base of the freshly turned up flat head V8 pulling you right along. The mechanical tunes may not be loud as they once were from the factory with the new firewall pad and little extra firewall and floor insulation. All fresh fluids, grease, and wheel seals will keep everything working smooth and as good as new. With six new tires with the traction to make across the muddy field and up into the hills. The coolant temperature will stay in check up the steepest hills with new hoses, belts, fan hub, and coolant. As you bounce through the potholes the windows will surely not rattle with new anti-rattle strips. You load up some firewood, careful not to hit the back window again. Getting turned around, watch out for that stump, don\'t want to bend the mud flap bracket again. With one mirror you don\'t see it and rip off the license plate but there will be some bailing wire in the tool box under the duct tape. Heading down the hill, with the new brakes and lines you\'ll feel perfectly safe down the hills with that heavy load of wood. After the firewood is unloaded, pull the truck into the barn for the night where it\'s been kept since it was new. You may give it a quick carburetor adjustment but no points adjustment will be needed with the solid state ignition. On those cold winter days, slide into the cab onto the new seat. Pull the choke and the engine fires right up, fire up the gas fed Stewart Warner Heater. It will warm you right up as you make it into town. A little rain no problem, dual vacuum wipers and new blades will take care of that.
MORE FROM THIS SELLER
RUSTY RIDES GALLERYView All
OLDRIDE ANSWERSView All
- I need to buy a 5 lug 17in. artillery wheel
- How do I get my avatar uploaded?
- Has anyone bought a car off of Harwell motors in Texas?
- My first car was Plymouth Fury. What was yours?
- What do you think was the ugliest classic car ever designed?
- We have inherited a field of 26 classic vehicles ranging from 40ish Cadillacs to 60ish Chevs- help!!
- chevy belair has a miss, running rough
- Is there a market for a 1959 Ford Escort 2dr station wagon
- 1964 chevy bel air v6 4 door