Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
1941 Ford Half-ton Pickup oSeldom-seen truck from Oregon oComplete nut-and-bolt restoration in 2007 oSame owner for the past 18 years! oLochaven Green over Black exterior with green and brown interior oOriginal 221 CID 24-Stud Flathead V-8 engine with two-barrel carb (code V8-11A) oThree-speed manual transmission o112-inch wheelbase and 4,300 GVWR oGreen-and-black, optional Firestone under-dash heater oOriginal Henry Ford single wall steel bed construction and shows the original spot welds oHighly detailed engine bay and undercarriage oPeriod correct wide whitewall bias-ply tires, body-colored wheels and correct center caps oOptional Firestone under-dash heater During the run-up to World War II, Henry Ford chose to re-design his line of pickup trucks and finally separate them more from his passenger cars. This pre-war, half-ton and seldom-seen survivor underwent a complete nut-and-bolt restoration in 2007. Originally from Oregon, this truck was lovingly store and cared for by the same owner for the past 18 years! Dressed in beautiful Lochaven Green over black wings, the truck's paint and trim are in overall great condition. The bodywork is straight, the cargo bed is original steel, has single-wall sides and shows original spots welds. The truck's engine bay is extremely tidy, the chrome bumpers are in excellent shape and the cargo bed has a corrugated metal floor and is in overall very good order. There's a driver's side windshield wiper. This trucks rolls on Commander wide whitewall tires, size 6.50-16 at all four corners. Each tire is mounted on steel wheels with green beauty rings and chrome center caps. The rings complement the top body color perfectly and the wheels overall are in very good order while the tires are in good, original condition. There's even a side-mounted spare on the truck's passenger side. Under the hood is the original 221 CID 24-Stud Flathead V-8 engine (code V8-11A) with a two-barrel carburetor, married to a three-speed manual transmission. Inside, a brown bench seat appears excellent. As this was designed as a work truck, there is no carpeting, but the floor mats present are in good shape. A black headliner complements the body color and it is in very good condition. A two-spoke steering wheel faces the driver while the green metal instrument panel has a full array of gauges but the temperature gauge is inoperable and the fuel gauge fluctuates. The dashboard and the matching inner door liners are all in very good order. The floor-mounted shift lever and an optional Firestone under-dash heater complete the interior. The '41 Ford trucks sported mild styling changes - different parking lamp lenses, wider hood nose moldings and rectangular nameplates on the sides of the hood. Instrument cluster graphics were revised and the V-8 logo was removed from the tailgate while the hubcaps had the Ford logo on them. The bench seat offered coil springs similar to those found in contemporary mattresses. If pre-war trucks are in your wheelhouse, you owe it to yourself to visit MotoeXotica Classic Cars to check out this gorgeous two-tone Ford half-ton pickup. These trucks are becoming harder and harder to find so if you are really interested, stop by today! VIN: 186560682 This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 50,010 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!? Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.
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