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1950 Ford F1 Pickup automatic
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  • 6,392 below average
  • 11,900 great
  • Denver, CO
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • 6,392 below average pickup automatic
The F-Series was sold in eight different weight ratings, with pickup, panel truck, cab-over engine (COE), conventional truck, and school bus chassis body styles. Worldwide Vintage Autos is pleased to present this 1950 Ford F1.� HISTORY The first-generation F-Series pickup (known as the Ford Bonus-Built) was introduced in 1948 as a replacement for the previous car-based pickup line introduced in 1942 Air Conditioning
11,900 Denver, CODenver, CO 3 months at classiccars.com
1948 Ford F1 Pickup Black manual
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  • 4,844 below average
  • 18,900 great
  • Newnan, GA
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • 4,844 below average pickup black manual
This is a sharp truck that runs and drives great. Take a look at the video, pictures, and details below, then call erick at 678-908-6006.   cosmetic mechanical this is a great deal on a first year f1 truck. Watch the video then call erick at 678-908-6006.
18,900 Newnan, GANewnan, GA 3 months at classiccars.com
1951 Ford F1 Pickup Red automatic
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  • pickup
  • 13,490 below average
  • 15,900 great
  • Newnan, GA
  • 3 months
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  • 13,490 below average pickup red automatic
This is a super fun shop truck to enjoy as is or take to the next level. Watch the video then call erick at 678-908-6006.
15,900 Newnan, GANewnan, GA 3 months at classiccars.com
1948 Ford F1 Pickup FWD
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  • 11,744 below average
  • 12,000 great
  • Gibsonia, PA
  • 3 months
  • epage.com
  • 11,744 below average pickup
1948 Ford F1 Pickup Half-Ton 1948 Ford F1 Pickup Half-Ton in excellent condition Yellow metallic exterior with a Beige Bench seat Equipped with a 455cid Oldsmobile FWD with an Automatic transmission Power Brakes Power Steering Tilt-Forward Fiberglass Frontend And much more to list
12,000 Gibsonia, PAGibsonia, PA 3 months at epage.com
1948 Ford F1 Pickup Blue automatic
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  • pickup
  • 34,995 overpriced
  • Lutz, FL
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup blue automatic
And with matching door panels and black carpeting, . Pop the remote door openers, and they reveal even more custom work on the inside. All of this is amplified further thanks to an investment in a modern blue that's so electric we wouldn't be surprised it if glowed at night Power Windows✔ AM/FM✔ Air Conditioning
34,995 Lutz, FLLutz, FL 3 months at classiccars.com
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1950 Ford F1 Pickup Black manual
3
  • pickup
  • 18,900 fair
  • Newnan, GA
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup black manual
This is one of the coolest panel trucks ive ever owned. Just about everything is new or rebuilt. Watch the video then call erick at 678-908-6006. Bucket Seats
18,900 Newnan, GANewnan, GA 3 months at classiccars.com
1950 Ford F1 Pickup automatic
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  • pickup
  • Island Lake, IL
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup automatic
The ford f-series is known across the world as a hardworking truck. That reputation is a big part of why it earned the title of america's bestselling vehicle for 25 consecutive years at that time. This '50 ford f-1 series panel is one of those privileged few. The recipient of an extensive frame-off restoration, every inch of this truck is ready for display. Featuring a dressed up small block v8, an elegant mild custom interior and a list of modifications, this ford was built for sunny day cruising and trophy collecting. The first generation of f-series was a sturdy looking truck, with an imposing front end and a more composed look than previous years. This clean show piece is capable of turning heads at the highest levels. The all-steel body was restored and straightened out, before having its current two-tone paint job applied. Walking around the truck, mirror-like reflections can be found from nearly every angle. The work is beyond reproach . Ford introduced their commercial vehicles in late 1947. The f series was the first post-war truck design from ford. This first series of ford would remain the same until 1952. The f series trucks were produced at sixteen different ford factories at that time. The most common at the time was the f 1 pick up with 6. 5 foot beds. The panel trucks were more rare than the common pick up. A closer look shows a host of supporting details that make this truck stand out in the crowd. Starting at the front, the flat stock bumper is gone, just the smooth front body panel remains without the bumper, for a clean slick look, leaving only the chrome grille. Naturally, the hood has been freed of any stock ford badge and only the ford emblems remain just below the hood. The absence of windshield wipers also comes into view. Along the sides of the hood, all badges are gone, and the hood was fitted with tons of custom louvers. Behind the front doors, the body side panels have been thoroughly reworked. Every panel has been smoothed and filled to perfection while, beneath the back doors, a roll pan connects the lines between the bottom of the body and those deep built-in rear fenders. While a lot of builders default to placing small led lights in the back end of these trucks, the taillights on this ford are stock, with the correct chrome housings, and a chrome rear bumper finishes off the back end. Both were trustworthy enough options but, with the stronger of the two producing 101hp in stock form, getting anywhere quickly wasn't in the cards. This '50 addressed that issue by opting for a well-dressed gm 350 crate motor. The block wears a smooth coat of black paint while nearly everything else received a healthy dose of chrome. At the top, an open element air cleaner is covered by a smooth chrome cover that ties in well with the chrome valve covers at either side. Accessories are minimal with only an aluminum water pump, chrome fan and a low mount chrome alternator spinning off engine power. At the front of the bay, a large radiator and overflow tank work to keep the set up cool. Around the engine, cleanliness remained a high priority. The firewall is completely cleaned up and painted and almost all wiring is tucked neatly out of sight. Turn the key and the small black fires to life immediately, exhaling through the exhaust manifolds. Underneath this panel truck, show-quality work continues. The floors are as straight as the body and covered in black paint. Factory clean hardware and neatly tucked lines reinforce the attention to detail used throughout the build. In the center, a reliable th350 automatic transmission makes easy work of extended cruising, channeling power back to a rear-end packed with 3. 55 gears. Around the drivetrain rests a stock front suspension with a set of front disc brakes. The rear-end is held in place by factory rear leaf springs. There is also aluminized dual exhaust running down the center of the undercarriage, and coming out at the back corners. For brakes, we have front-wheel disc brakes, and reliable rear drums bring the panel truck to a halt with authority. In front of the brakes, 15-inch custom alloy wheels meet the ground through firestone firehawk tires in sizes 235/70r15 in the rear, and up front p215/70r15, respectively. It's often said that there is elegance in simplicity and the inside of this ford definitely makes a case for that idea. Outfitted in a mixture of black vinyl, polished pieces, and black painted surfaces, there is enough contrast to keep the cab interesting without breaking the limits of good taste. A pair of bucket seats offer plenty of support and a touch of luxury thanks to the black vinyl. At either side, stock black door panels match the seats well, accented by polished metalwork and chrome power window switches. Behind those buckets, the rear cab wall wears even more black material. The floors and the side walls of this panel truck are all completed in the same black carpeting. Above, a shiny black steel dash has been reworked entirely, carrying an updated dash gauge cluster which monitors oil pressure, water temperature, speed, revs, voltage and fuel consumption. With a reliable well-dressed drivetrain, a semi-custom interior and clean lines all around, this ford is dead-set on turning heads everywhere it goes. We see many customers buying these and adding their company logo to the sides (similar to the removable vinyl ford logo currently on the truck) to help promote their businesses. Well-built customs don't hang around showrooms for long. Bucket Seats✔ Alloy Wheels
Island Lake, ILIsland Lake, IL 3 months at classiccars.com
1949 Ford F1 Pickup Blue manual
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  • pickup
  • 23,000 high price
  • New York
  • 3 months
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  • pickup blue manual
Nice driving pickup
23,000 New YorkNew York 3 months at classiccars.com
1951 Ford F1 Pickup Green automatic
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  • pickup
  • 34,950 high price
  • Tacoma, WA
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup green automatic
Power Windows✔ AM/FM
34,950 Tacoma, WATacoma, WA 3 months at classiccars.com
1940 Ford F1 Pickup Red automatic
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  • pickup
  • 44,900
  • Pembroke, MA
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup red automatic
Engine is a Ford 289 V8 that has been professionally rebuilt, 3 speed FMX automatic transmission. Paint is Sikkens Ferrari Red and was professiona. Painless Wiring, Wabbit Rosewood Dash, Grant Rosewood Steering Wheel, Ididit Tilt Column, Lokar Shifter, Vintage Wiper System, TEA's Front Seat w/ Custom Tweed Upholstery, Oak Bed, Coker Wide-White Radial Tires, Edelbrock 600cfm Carb, Hooker Headers, Frant Disc Brakes, Brand New OPTIMA Red-Top Battery replaced 2/2018 and the list goes on & on
44,900 Pembroke, MAPembroke, MA 3 months at classiccars.com
1952 Ford F1 Pickup
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  • pickup
  • 49,995 overpriced
  • Hickory, NC
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup
Hood trim was revamped, and front grille color was changed from silver to white, This one has the color matched with Chrome. The first F-Series truck (known as the Ford Bonus-Built) was introduced in 1948 as a replacement for the previous car-based pickup line introduced in 1941. In the last year of the Bonus Built series, Ford introduced an overhead-valve 215-cid six-cylinder engine, rated at 101 horsepower
49,995 Hickory, NCHickory, NC 3 months at classiccars.com
1948 Ford F1 Pickup Yellow automatic
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  • pickup
  • 28,900 high price
  • Kentwood, MI
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup yellow automatic
The transmission is a TH 400 Automatic-reverse manual valve body with a trans brake along with a COAN 10 inch converter with 5000 stall. Engine highlights include Eagle crank and rods, SRP pistons, Dart Pro 1 aluminum heads, Dart intake and Holley 1250HP carburetor
28,900 Kentwood, MIKentwood, MI 3 months at classiccars.com
1985 Ford F1 Pickup Black
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  • pickup
  • Greensboro, NC
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup black
Approximately 200 Actual Miles Short Bed 4x2 Numbers Matching Ashtray and Lighter Never Used Feet / Shoes Have Never Touched Carpet Plastic Still on Seats Power Windows Power Door Locks Tilt Steering Air Conditioning AM/FM Stereo 8" Wheels with BF Goodrich T/A Radials Factory Floor Mats and Bed Mat Bed Rails Hood Ornament Power Brakes Power Steering Bumper Guards Front & Rear Spot Light Door Edge Guards Vent Shades Dual Exhaust Documents Including Power Windows✔ Power Locks✔ AM/FM✔ Air Conditioning
Greensboro, NCGreensboro, NC 3 months at classiccars.com
1951 Ford F1 Pickup Yellow automatic
3
  • pickup
  • 29,995 fair
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup yellow automatic
Additional features include an electronic ignition system, aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, transmission cooler, 20 gallon fuel cell with an electric fuel pump, a back-up camera for the trailer hitch, custom chrome wheels on excellent Firestone tires, along with many service and restoration receipts.. Painted a bright yellow, air conditioning and heat make it useable all year round. This truck was built to drive, and it was driven almost daily since it was completed several years ago Tachometer✔ Air Conditioning✔ Backup Camera✔ Chrome Wheels
29,995 Phoenix, AZPhoenix, AZ 3 months at classiccars.com
1947 Ford F1 Pickup Red automatic
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  • pickup
  • 1,348 below average
  • 34,900 fair
  • Morgantown, PA
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • 1,348 below average pickup red automatic
1947 Ford Pickup Truck Early on in the history of Ford Motor Company a noticeable lowercase "e" completed the curl at the back of the cursive F on the Ford name Bucket Seats✔ AM/FM✔ Air Conditioning✔ Leather Seats
34,900 Morgantown, PAMorgantown, PA 3 months at classiccars.com
1952 Ford F1 Pickup Green
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  • pickup
  • Greensboro, NC
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup green
239 CID 100HP 3 Speed Manual Transmission Fresh Nut & Bolt Restoration Meadow Green with Black Fenders & Running Boards Black Vinyl Interior Factory Heater Stained & Clear Polyurethane Wood Bed 16" Wheels with BFG Silvertown Wide White Tires Chrome Bumpers Spare Tire & Jack.
Greensboro, NCGreensboro, NC 3 months at classiccars.com
1951 Ford F1 Pickup Orange manual
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  • pickup
  • 1,490 below average
  • 27,900 fair
  • Kentwood, MI
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • 1,490 below average pickup orange manual
This truck is powered by the sill very popular, 239 CID Ford Flat Head V8 engine, 3 Speed manual transmission and rear wheel drive. The truck if finished in Atomic Orange Metallic paint with custom integrated flames, over a slightly modified tan interior
27,900 Kentwood, MIKentwood, MI 3 months at classiccars.com
1950 Ford F1 Pickup Silver automatic
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  • pickup
  • 39,900 overpriced
  • Orange, CA
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup silver automatic
This 1950 Ford F1 All Steel Resto Rod Pick Up with 350 Chevy small block and turbo 350 automatic transmission has a Heidts front end, Ford 9 inch rear end, power rack and pinion steering, power disc brakes up front with drum in the rear, dual exhaust, custom wheels, and a custom wood bed with cover Air Conditioning
39,900 Orange, CAOrange, CA 3 months at classiccars.com
1948 Ford F1 Pickup Red automatic
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  • pickup
  • 33,995 overpriced
  • Concord, NC
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup red automatic
This classic has all the right modern amenities, including cold R134a air conditioning, an AM/FM/CD stereo, tilt steering column, Lokar shifter, and a full set of Classic Instruments gauges. Yes, that's a two-tone red. This 1948 Ford F-1 is one cool pickup AM/FM✔ Air Conditioning
33,995 Concord, NCConcord, NC 3 months at classiccars.com
1950 Ford F1 Pickup
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  • pickup
  • Greensboro, NC
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • pickup
Burdette was Known as the "Flathead Guru" and was an Expert in Building Flathead Engines This Truck Features one of Mark's Handbuilt Custom 1949 Ford Flathead Engines with Twin Carbs Original 3 Speed Manual Transmission Dual Exhaust With Exception to the Engine, It Was Restored Original Inside and Out.
Greensboro, NCGreensboro, NC 3 months at classiccars.com
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