Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
The 1949 Ford F-1 marks a pivotal moment in the history of American trucks, being part of the first post-war truck series introduced by Ford. This year was significant as it showcased Ford\'s commitment to combining utility with comfort, setting a new standard in truck design. The F-1 series, known for its increased dimensions and load capacity, became a symbol of American resilience and innovation in the automotive industry. This 1949 Ford F-1 Restomod is a remarkable representation of classic design fused with modern enhancements. It features a robust 351 Cleveland V8 engine, upgraded with Electronic Fuel Injection. The engine is paired with a smooth AOD 4-speed automatic transmission. The truck\'s interior has been custom-designed, featuring a two-tone King Ranch style in saddle and tan, offering a luxurious and unique cabin experience. The exterior is finished in a striking Brown Metallic with black accents, giving it a distinguished appearance. Equipped with front disc brakes and a lowered suspension, this F-1 combines classic aesthetics with modern driving dynamics. The truck rides on 18\" front and 20\" rear American Racing wheels, complemented by Pirelli tires.
351 Cleveland V8 Engine with Electronic Fuel Injection
4-Speed Automatic Transmission
Brown Metallic Exterior with Black Accents
Custom Two-Tone King Ranch Style Interior
18\" Front and 20\" Rear American Racing Wheels
Front Disc Brakes
Ford 8 Inch Rear Axle
Dual Exhaust with H Pipe
Wilwood Master Cylinder
AutoMeter Phantom Auxiliary Readouts
The 1949 Ford F-1 Restomod is an exquisite blend of classic truck heritage and modern restomod culture. It\'s perfect for enthusiasts who appreciate the timeless design of vintage trucks but desire up-to-date performance. Contact us today to experience this beautifully crafted piece of automotive history.
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