1 Ton Marmon Herrington: Flathead V8, 4 Speed, AWD, Fully Restored, *VERY RARE!*

Price: US $69,988.00 Item location: Conroe, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Other Pickups
  • SubModel: FREE SHIPPING!
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Trim: Marmon Herrington
  • Year: 1939
  • Mileage: 10
  • VIN: 803407508
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: Flathead V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • Interior color: Green
  • Options: Full Spare, Wood Bed
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1939 Ford Other Pickups FREE SHIPPING!

1939 Ford Marmon Herrington 1 Ton: Marmon-Herrington Incorporated was formed in Indianapolis, ndiana, n 1931 by Walter C. Marmon and Colonel Arthur W. Herrington. Marmon had worked with his brother Howard at the Marmon Motor Car Company, ending to the business side of the firm while his sibling directed the engineering. The British-born Herrington had served in the U.S. Army where he worked on the development of all-wheel drive vehicles. The two took over one of the plants of the faltering Marmon car company and began building 4x4 and 6x6 trucks for the Army. Herrington patented a novel drive system for the front wheels, sing constant velocity universal joints, hich became a crucial part of their vehicles, hich were assembled units using Hercules engines. Company output included aircraft refueling trucks, obile machine shops, arrage balloon winch trucks, econnaissance trucks, rmored cars, cout cars and wreckers. Some of the armored cars and scout cars had four-wheel steering. By 1935 they were selling to overseas customers in Persia and Saudi Arabia, nd developed a Ford-based tank for the US Army, s well as a trailer to transport it. Designated the CTL-1, t was tested at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Army called it the Combat Train and it was quite successful, eading to the T-2 scout car for the Ordnance Department. That same year they began converting Ford chassis for civilian markets, nitially 1-1/2 ton models. Their first light duty vehicles came in 1937, nd by 1939 there were some 56 different models of Marmon-Herrington Ford conversions. They were offered not only as pickups and station wagons, ut also in chassis, take truck, anel truck, oupe, edan and sedan delivery form, hough only with 85 hp V8 engines. No production records are known to survive for Marmon-Herrington Fords. Since they were essentially hand-built, ssembly rate was necessarily slow and output small, ven when demand surged during World War II. Marmon-Herrington aficionados report that only ten or a dozen of each year are known to exist.

Look all over and I can promise you won't find another like this beauty! There trucks are VERY RARE and we were fortunate to be present when a local Marmon Herrington collector decided to let one go. This beautiful Ford was restored in 2012 and has only seen about 10 miles of asphalt since. It has spent years in an exceptional Texas collection and we are now offering an opportunity to add it to yours. Search the internet and see if you can find an auction result or current offering that is less than double our asking price. Install the front driveshaft (included in sale), dd a rear bumper and wiper arm, nd you have a 100% complete show vehicle. A new battery will be installed before vehicle ships. If you think work trucks are basic today you can only image how utilitarian they were over 75 years ago. The features and options list isn't extensive but includes some great components such as; Flathead V8 Engine, Speed Manual, ll Wheel Drive, unning Boards, hrome Front Bumper, ood Bed, reen Vinyl Bench, 7" Steel Wheels, nd Brand New Tornel 7.50 - 17 Tires! You are not going to find a deal like this on a restored and running Marmon Herrington anywhere else!

With the "Buy it Now" option you can own this exceptional Marmon Herrington now and receive FREE SHIPPING * to your driveway. Not only is shipping free but we will handle all of the shipping arrangements and provide complete cargo insurance while in transit. Why wait a week just to be out bid at the last second by another bidder? We sell 90% of our cars with the low “Buy It Now” option. This fully restored Ford is not a vehicle you are going to find at your local dealership. Reserve is set just below the “Buy It Now” price. Why wait? “Buy It Now” and get your new Marmon Herrington home safe and hassle free! If you are local or have your own transportation arrangements, we may accept a slightly lower offer.

* USA - excludes; Alaska, awaii, ashington, Maine. International - Buyer will receive $500 USD shipping discount.

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