This 1950 Ford F-1 pickup is powered by a 460ci V8 paired with a C-6 three-speed automatic transmission and finished in pearl white over a black interior. The truck was refurbished and modified under previous ownership approximately 500 miles ago before being recently acquired by the selling dealer. Equipment includes a Mustang II front suspension, 15″ Weld Racing wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, a fabric bed cover, a Harwood fuel cell, a custom exhaust system, fixed-back seats, AutoMeter gauges, and an Alpine stereo. This modified F-1 pickup is now offered by the selling dealer in New York with a clean New Jersey title.
The body was refinished in pearl white under previous ownership. The rear fenders and bed were modified to accommodate wider rear tires, and additional equipment includes polished trim, a roof-mounted driver-side mirror, and a custom black fabric bed cover.
Staggered-width 15″ Weld Racing wheels are wrapped in Mickey Thompson tires sized 26×7″ in the front and 33×19.5″ out back. The truck is equipped with a Mustang II front suspension along with aftermarket power steering, and a Billet Specialties steering column assembly. Braking is provided power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes.
The cabin features fixed-back bucket seats finished in black vinyl along with matching door panels and carpets. Equipment includes a body-color dashboard, a Hurst Quarter Stick shifter on a custom mount, aftermarket pedals, and an Alpine stereo.
The 460ci big-block V8 is fitted with Ford Motorsports valve covers, a Weiand intake manifold, and dual carburetors. Additional equipment includes an aftermarket radiator, fuel pressure regulator, and spark plug wires, as well as a custom exhaust system.