1952 Ford F2 3/4 Ton Pickup
Asking $35,000 CAD + Applicable Taxes + Applicable Licensing Fees.
This 1952 F-2 Ford Deluxe Cab pickup has received a total nut and bolt body-off frame restoration in 2013. Rebuilt 239 cid, 106 hp Flathead V8 with new wiring, with all new gauges, switches and relays, stainless steel exhaust, remanufactured 16" rims by Stockton wheel with new 16" wide white wall tires. All new glass, mirrors and hubcaps custom gray and burgundy interior, also notice the deluxe chrome around the windshield. Finished in Wood Smoke Gray with black fenders. This truck is in new form top to bottom. Very stunning Ford F-2 pickup.
Fords legendary F-Series began in 1948 with F-1 for the half-ton pickup and F-2 for the three quarter ton. Government production quotas remained in force for 1952 and were a major factor in holding down Ford truck availability. A total of 94,148 F-1s were built, 81,537 of them pickups. The F-2 production run to 17,579 units and 19,991 F-3s came off the assembly lines, making the F-2 the rarest of this range. Prices ranged from just under $1,100 for a six-cylinder F-1 chassis-and-cowl to $1,800 for a V-8 F-3 stake truck.
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“This vehicle is being sold “as is,” unfit, not e-tested and is not represented as being in road worthy condition, mechanically sound or maintained at any guaranteed level of quality. The vehicle may not be fit for use as a means of transportation and may require substantial repairs at the purchaser’s expense. It may not be possible to register the vehicle to be driven in its current condition.”
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