Auction Block: 1949 Ford F1 Pickup Truck

Jun 22, 2015

Category: Rides

There’s a lot that can be done when restoring old pickup trucks, especially those that sport the classic look of a Ford pickup. This 1949 Ford F1 has been restored and rebirthed into a stylish beige beast which undeniably oozes with style.

Most impressive about this custom Ford is its grille, which is entirely made of chrome and has FORD written above it in bold lettering. The overall design has been smoothed out, and the hand-rubbed Hickory sideboards that were added give this truck a classic feel. Under the hood is a 351 cubic inch Windows crate motor that pushes 325 horsepower. From its exterior to its core, this 1949 Ford F1 Pickup truck is visually stunning and simply cool. The vehicle is currently for sale at RK Motors Charlotte. [Purchase]

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