55 ford f100 pickup

1955 Ford F-100 Custom

Technical specifications of Ford F-100 1955

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Campbellsville, Kentucky, United States
Make: Ford
Model: F-100
Trim: Custom
Year: 1955
Mileage: 3,950
VIN: F10V50451
Color: Black Cherry/ Mauve
Engine size: 5.0 roller motor
Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Burgundy
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: CD Player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Ground-up build. I have owned this truck for almost 30 years. Started with a Lincoln Continental front clip, narrowed 9-inch rear end, etc. Truck has Air-Ride in front & air-over-leaf in rear. On-board compressor & tank. Has over 50 modifications/fabrications...I will list as many as I can, front to back: front rolled pan w/ frenched turn signals, frenched headlights w/ 56 trim rings, reverse-hinged fiberglass hood w/ electric open-close actuators, crossflow radiator, built 5.0 roller motor w/ 500-600 miles since build, bored .0040 over, E303 cam, Explorer GT heads, Edelbrock manifold, Holley carb, tube headers, Flowmaster mufflers, rebuilt AOD tranny w/ aftermarket convertor, Toyota master cylinder, Sanden AC compressor, finned aluminum valve covers/air cleaner, Honda door handles/latches, custom interior w/ Honda Passport seats which flip up & come out by flipping a lever, custom console & dash extension, Dolphin gauges,, mini-tach, tilt column & Grant wheel, Painless wiring, Southern Air AC, cd player, frenched power antenna, 3rd brake light, custom bed, w/ no stake pockets & factory tubs, wood bed floor, frenched 90 Seville taillights, custom tailgate, custom rear pan w/ frenched license plate & exhaust tips, 15x7 & 16x10 Early Wheels, custom running boards, gas tank under bed w/ access panel & fill door in fender, power steering, brakes, windows, and probably more I can't recall right now. Paint is PPG Black Cherry Pearl Metallic and Mauve Metallic w/ clearcoat, done 3 years ago. Does not have a horn. Front Air-Ride leaks down overnight, but I never fixed it because it makes a great anti-theft device! Speedo reads low, but I usually use my GPS on the road anyway. Has a few paint chips because I do drive it. Runs out great...at 75 mph it runs at 180 degrees/2200 rpm/40 psi oil pressure. Hate to sell, because it's pretty much a member of the family, but I'm 71 years old & I want to build at least one more rod while I still can. Glad to answer any questions you may have. If it doesn't sell by Wednesday, 8/2, I'm taking to Street Rod Nationals, Lvl, & hopefully I'll sell it there. I live in Campbellsville, KY.

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