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1946 Ford Half-ton Pickup Truck

1946 Ford 1/2-Ton Pickup Truck

Make: Ford
Model: 1/2-Ton
SubModel: Half-ton Pickup Truck
Type: Pickup Truck
Trim: Pickup Truck
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1946
Mileage: 64352
VIN: 669C1190410
Color: Green
Engine: 239ci V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Green
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Fenton, Missouri, United States
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Description for Ford 1/2-Ton 1946

1946 Ford Half-ton Pickup Truck• Oklahoma truck•239 CID Flathead V-8 engine with dual exhausts• Three-speed manual transmission• Willow Green exterior• Green and tan interior• Almost completely original paint•Functional under-dash heater• 114-inch wheelbase and 4,700 GVWR• Converted to 12-volt electricity with alternator• Driver’s side, side-mounted spare tire carrier• Wide whitewall tiresIn the months following V-E and V-J Days, American citizens collectively realized it had been at least three years since they had had a new vehicle. This 1946 Ford Half-ton Pickup Truck would have been among those units expected to satiate demand in late 1945 and into 1946. If you are after a true survivor Ford pickup truck from this era, this would make a excellent candidate.Finished in Willow Green, this truck’s paint and trim, which are almost completely original, are full of patina. The glass and lights are in good, original order, the almost all-original bodywork is straight, the engine bay is in decent shape and the cargo bed looks pretty okay for its old age. The chrome front bumper is in good, original order and there’s a side-operated spare tire mount on the driver’s side that has space for a tire and wheel. This truck has a 114-inch wheelbase and a 4,700 gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR).This truck rolls on Allstate wide whitewalls, mounted on steel wheels topped with chrome factory covers. The tires are in good, original condition while the wheel covers are in very good condition.Underhood is Ford’s famous Flathead V-8 engine, here in 239 CID form, one of the 100-horse Motors. Backing it up is a three-speed manual transmission. This truck has been converted to a 12-volt electrical system, complete with alternator.Inside, the tan bench seat is in great shape while the green headliner’s patina matches that of the exterior. The two-spoke steering wheel, inner door liners and instrument panel are all in good, original order and the dash has full instrumentation, including a half-moon speedometer. A floor-mounted transmission lever and a functioning underdash heater complete the interior.This new series of Ford pickup trucks featuring all-new styling that was instantly recognizable. The front end now had a slightly protruding flat-faced panel. It incorporated the headlights and the waterfall painted vertical bars grille. The Ford name was printed in the molding on the face of the hood, just above the grille. The parking lights were mounted on the fenders near the headlights. There were louvers on the side of the hood. Originally, the floor of the welded pickup bed was steel with steel strips stamped in a hardwood floor beneath. The Ford script on the hubcaps was stylized to give a winged effect. It was available with both six-cylinder and a V-8 engine. The styling which began in 1942 continued through 1947.Competition to this Ford Half-ton in 1946 included Chevrolet’s AK-series truck, Dodge’s W-series truck and GMC’s EC-series truck, among others.If you seek a road-worthy project, this Ford Half-ton offers a great foundation to either return it to new or to take it in a different direction – the choice is yours so stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check this post-war survivor truck out for yourself.VIN: 669C1190410This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 64,352 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt Oklahoma title.GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
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