1950 Ford F-1
We don't have to tell you this 1950 Ford F-1 is not your average pickup. After all, you can tell from the first impression that someone invested heavily in this one, and with less than 1,300 miles on it, the whole feeling is exceptionally fresh. But make sure you take the time to see all the detail Ã¢â‚¬" including the fuel-injected Corvette power Ã¢â‚¬" because this is the build that's worth your whole attention. From a distance, you can already tell this is a mean street machine just by the stance. And the body work is amazing. Just look at the front end. The bumper was removed, inches were chopped out of it (count the bars in the grille,) and then it was seamlessly welded together for a very custom and smooth presentation. Then you look at the cab. It has been chopped 2.5 inches and extended 4 inches. Plus, the bed was shortened. The result is a vintage truck that looks like a speedy wind has contoured it over the channeled frame. And the red paint that was applied on top has such a butter-smooth finish and a hard shine, that you can't even see any evidence of all the custom work they did to these panels. And this is a truck that has more to offer the more you look at it. You'll love the details, like the sporty Ford badge with pinstripe, sports mirrors, shaved door handles, and louvers in the hood and tailgate. And beneath the fiberglass bed cover, you'll even find real oak wood on the bed floor. The full custom experience continues inside. The custom seat has individual bolstering with two-tone comfortable cloth. And any time you want bucket-level comfort, just put down the armrest center console. This one has all the best features, including an overhead console that houses the AM/FM/CD/stereo, door controls, and a nifty Dakota Digital gear shift indicator. That leaves plenty of room on the dash for the air conditioning vents, as well as great design touches like the return of the Ford logo and pinstripe package. So this one is built to be both comfortable and ready to show off. That's why you'll be happy to slip behind the banjo-style steering wheel with classic Ford V8 logo. The polished Ididit steering column tilts to get you comfortable, and the full classic instruments gauge package keeps you expertly informed. The engine bay proudly displays the LT1 fuel-injected V8 motor donated by a Corvette. It's car show ready with chrome valve covers, polished alternator, inner fender inserts, billet accessory drive, and plenty of bright plumbing. Plus, the firewall and has been smoothed and finished to the same high standards as the rest of the body. But more than just look great, the V8 was producing 300 horsepower originally, and the Street and Performance ECM with reprogrammed chip has likely added a healthy upgrade to the already impressive power figure. That's why the whole truck has been upgraded. The undercarriage photos will show you the strong reinforced boxed frame, upgraded front suspension with thick front sway bar, TCI four-link rear, and adjustable coilovers. And just like a Corvette, this has four-wheel disc brakes. Plus, because we know you want to show off this custom build near and far, it has great driving features like power steering, cruise control, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway friendly overdrive. The sale comes complete with a large receipt file and detailed restoration photos, so you can re-live this custom's full transformation journey. This is a truck that looks great and drives even better. It's a Ford pickup that attracts a lot of attention, but the enthusiast who will enjoy it most is the one sitting behind the wheel. Call today!!!