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1933 Ford Pickup
302ci V8 Small Block Ford
Rack and Pinion Steering
This Awesome little 33 Ford Pickup is looking for it's new owner. This is an attention grabber for sure and stands out above the rest! This is an all Henry Steel Body and Truck Bed with fiberglass fenders and tailgate. This one is a driver and it does show, but overall this is a great build. The Body is clean and straight, doors open and close good. All the lights work as they should, wiper, windows, etc. The glass is in good shape and the side windows and rear glass are tinted. The Bed is finished in a stained wooden floor and really sets this truck off right, The tailgate is fixed in it's current upright position.
The interior is a very clean, yet simple design. A single bench seat sits low for the most available headroom, and a tilt steering column has been added for more comfort and easier access.
The stereo is conveniently mounted above the windshield (even has a power antenna) and power windows that both work have been installed with the switches out of sight for an extra clean look.
The Engine is a 302ci V8 from a later model Ford. This engine is so in tune, it fires up quickly, idles great immediately, runs and drives great. Stays straight down the road and even stops straight. The Exhaust note sounds good, not too loud but loud enough to let others know you're there. The Transmission shifts smooth and no abnormal noise's are heard. This is the Hot Rod you can drive to work, then to the Car Show's on the weekend.
The Chassis is very solid, some wear is seen from typical driving but no rust or soft spots are seen. You can see that a Manual Rack and Pinion steering along with Disc Brakes have been installed for better driveability. The Chassis was paint matched with the vehicle, including the rear diff with custom pinstripe (true hot rod style), but it does show that it has seen some road time only ensuring that this is a good driver.
If you like what you see, give us a call at (360) 863-2241
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.
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