Wednesday, November 10, 2010

1934 Ford Pick-em' up FOR SALE!

My buddy Nate has a nice little '34 Ford for sale! Take a look! Here's the detail...


It was originally built in 1976 in Chicago. It was in the 1976 Chicago World of Wheels. It has been in numerous magazines both past and present.
I sill have the fenders and original truck grill from the initial build which still sport the crazy ass blue panel paint job.
It is an original 1934 Ford truck frame, chopped cab and running boards. The bed is aluminum. The fenders are fiberglass.

It has a Chevy 350, camel hump heads, mild cam, triple Stromberg large logo 97's for induction to a T350 and finally a 10 bolt.
Big and little Denman Bias Ply's with powder coated steel wheels. I have the beauty caps but she currently has press on moon disks on all fours.

I am currently redoing the battery box and I have sectioned an adjustable seat out of a 63 Ford pickup to fit in the cab. It will need padding and upholstery but I have all the interior upholstery pieces. All grey.
Disk brakes up front. Drum in rear.

I have included one picture of the truck BEFORE the re build to show the paint on the fenders. The paint on the body and bed (although it looks good) was beyond cracking and un-savable as most panels paint jobs are. The fenders and front grill may be able to be saved.
The truck is currently wearing flat black during the transition.
My plan was to do the body and bed to match the blue on the fenders and leave everything else as is.

I also have an original MINT firewall to go with it.

Free and clear Nevada 1934 Ford title. Tagged, licensed and insured.

I am asking $25,000 because of the history and all of the parts that go with it. Nothing is shown because of my choice to go fender less with it during the mild restoration I was performing to the original build. I still have all of the hardware to remount everything.


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