1937 FORD PANEL Truck Great Patina Flathead V8 Unrestored Street Rod Rat Rod
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Other
- Type: Panel Truck
- Year: 1937
- Mileage: 0
- VIN: 183815757
- Color: Green
- Engine size: Flathead V8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1937 Ford Other1937 FORD PANEL Truck Barn Fresh Patina Flathead V8 Unrestored Street Rod? Rat Rod?
1937 Ford Panel Truck rare and ready for your imagination!
I don't think you will ever find a 37 Panel this original again!
I will upload more pictures if you send me specific requests!
Had been in Barn (shed) storage since the early 70's, I acquired it, several years ago.
Un-restored. Not running.Very little rust.There is a small rust through on the drivers front fender, where leaves collected as it was stored in a shed with an open wall on the drivers side. And the typical small crack at the top center of the right rear fender.
Ibelievean Oklahoma vehicle its lifetime! Great Patina!
Comes with 2 doors (pictured) and extra transmission, and some other parts.
4 new 16in truck tires and tubes installed in 2014.
I found the oil line and fuel line locally, and installed.
Clear Oklahoma Title in my name.
I put oil in all the cylinders about 2 years ago, and put the plugs back in place tight. November 8th of this year, I put a crescent wrench on the crankshaft and it turned. I was able to completely rotate the engine, and at one point, when I removed the wrench to get another grip, it pushed back (rotated back opposite the direction I pushed) about an 8th of a turn.
Tag on the engine in picture states Ford motor co OKC reconditioned. looks like a 10 and a 7......SD for standard bore....rebuilt in October of 1957? or October of 1967? Flathead's are not my expertise, so I didn't tear into it. (see 2 pictures) Pic of Drivers side engine, and tag on drivers side engine just below oil pressure switch. White cap is just protecting a vacuum line by fuel pump, to keep dirt out.
Comes with Norman Swap Meet artistry, used as promotional feature, permission given to purchase to keep design if desired! Norman OK Swap Meet is 3rd weekend in March, and the 4th weekend in October! Great fun for the Auto enthusiast, check it out on the web!
Enjoy, and good luck bidding!