1953 Ford F-100
Aside from the description above I might add that there are a few things I would suggest if one wanted to use the truck as is since it has been used so sparingly in the last few years. The first and possibly most important would be to replace or rearch the front springs, they have sagged with age. That would be a good time to replace the shocks as well. Tires although appearing to be in good condition have to be pretty old and so also maybe should be at least looked at to check the date of manufacture. Aside from a general cleanup I see no reason why someone could not use the truck as-is. It takes a bit to start when cold, that could simply be the fuel or need for a tune-up but once running and warm it purrs. If one wanted a truck to restore or even modify I can't imagine a better candidate for either. Title is a clear NJ title, no trades invited and as always, no test pilots.