1928 FORD MODEL A / 1958 FORD PICKUP Rat Rod
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Other Pickups
- Type: Standard Cab Pickup
- Trim: Rat Rod
- Year: 1928
- Mileage: 100,000
- VIN: NA
- Color: RUST/BLACK
- Engine size: I6
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1928 Ford Other Pickups
UP FOR SALE IS A 1928 FORD MODEL A PICKUP
ON A CUSTOM WELDED FRAME(THE FRAME WELDS HAVE NOT BEEN FINISHED)
ENGINE, RONT AND REAR ENDS ARE FROM A 1958 FORD PICKUP
INLINE 6 ENGINE
NEW GAS TANK
THIS IS A PROJECT THAT HAS NOT BEEN COMPLETED
THERE'S STILL LOTS OF WELDING STILL NEEDING COMPLETION
THIS IS AN AWESOME PROJECT THAT HAS MOST OF THE HARD WORK COMPLETED, /p>
ITS ALL THE EASY STUFF THAT NEEDS TO BE FIGURED OUT.
THIS WILL BE VERY FUN FOR THE WINNING BIDDER TO FINISH.On Dec-27-15 at 15:39:08 PST, eller added the following information:
We put this up on here and with the Christmas distraction, issed a couple things.
This car is a rat rod in the process of being built and does not have a title. Will have to be completed and titled once completed. Once the work is done, he DMV can inspect and title it. I believe there are identification numbers on the body so it may be able to be registered as the vehicle it is. That's the next thing. We thought this was a 1928 Model A but the emails we received seem to give a variety of thoughts. Sounds like this could be an earlier body. I will double check this on Monday and try and take additional photos of the interior of the shell. Hopefully that will help people determine what this vehicle is.
You can also text me at 916-769-0051 and I'll be able to text back better and specific pictures if you need them. Try and text after 8 am Pacific time. You can also call between 9 am - 7 pm. Leave a message because I don't always pick up on out of area calls.
Just looked a bit closer and after talking to a few people on here, think this is a 1915 Dodge body. I have no idea what the bed came from, ut if they made a truck bed in 1915, t might be that as well. Took the word of the guy I got this from and always just assumed it was a Model A. I was wrong. I'll try and attach a few more pictures if I can of the inside of the cab.