1952 Ford F100
- Make: Ford
- Model: Other Pickups
- SubModel: F 100
- Type: Standard Cab Pickup
- Year: 1952
- Mileage: oooooo
- VIN: F1R2Kc14535
- Color: Black
- Engine size: Chevy 8 cyl
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: auto
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1952 Ford Other Pickups F 100This is my shop truck used for display and some about town coolness. Pics show updated underneath. It has a Chevy and Chevy motor/tranny. New quality front end. Bagged rear end air shocks. Goes up and down. Runs like a bear. Tranny and motor perfect. Goes along at 80mph no problem Steering etc. Yes noise in cab. No a/c and never bought wipers. I use rainx. But I store in winter indoors and use on sunny days. The pinstriping and gold tooth on grill very cool. So it's a beauty. issues? Small leak in power steering. Not much. Put some fluid in last summer. Has a tranny cooler btw. I bought out of Oklahoma. Shipped here to New York a few years ago. I'm not doing metal work anymore. So you can use the beautiful gold rainbow leaf design work on both doors that cost me 1000.00 to have hand done. e mail me for more pics and any additional info. Check my feedback. And it's a ratrod. It's not perfect. I wanted a good running 1952 that steers and goes fast. That's what it is. And has an ipod hook up and a booming speakers to play some War. Lowrider tunes. Just a very cool truck that gets many looks going down the road.On Jun-14-15 at 11:38:52 PDT seller added the following information:
By the way the noise I mentioned is it has some throaty pipes. Sounds good. Like a rod.
And the cab is not insulated for sound. So it isn't your 2015 Silverado naturally.
And the leaks I mentioned because they exist. But I haven't bothered. A pumpkin seal would work. The power steering unit leak is small. No squeal no noise.
I'd mention that I would not hesitate to drive it across the country. It's that strong and goes down the road perfectly. It bounces. It's not quiet in the cab but mechanically yes I'd drive it most anywhere.
My reserve is what I have into it. The underneath upgrade and power line costs about $10K to have done as those that knowunderstand. It's done right by the way. So anyone is at 10K before you buy the actual 1952 Ford shell. That's why these things done don't sell for cheap. This is ready to go. I encourage people to come and drive. Look it over. I'm retired. So I'm here whenever. :) I drive it for kicks. Shows. Around my town. It's plated and insured etc.
The body is solid. Some spots as the pics show but this truck is from the south. No eastern rust underneath. Fenders bed. Hood. door wells in pretty good shape. Some spots but easily fixed if you care to. Doors close right. Hinges good. Window operate fine. I listed in haste out of e bay listing frustration for me. So I'm adding this info.