1955 Ford F100 460 Heavy Metal Flake Green 4x4

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460/C6 divorced Dana24 custom lift, 38.5 Ground Hawgs on Bart
12x16.5 chrome wheel all the work was done by my son and I

Says: Dennis Green (Owner)
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Color: Heavy Metal Flake Green
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The second generation of the Ford F-Series is a series of trucks that was produced by Ford from the 1953 to 1956 model years. In line with the previous generation, the F-Series encompassed a wide range of vehicles, ranging from light-duty pickup trucks to heavy-duty commercial vehicles. In place of the previous "Bonus-Built" series, Ford now marketed its truck range as the "Triple Economy" series.
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Alongside the naming change, this generation marked several firsts for the F-Series, including an adjustable seat (wide enough for 3 people)[6], power brakes, and the introduction of the Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission as an option. In line with Ford cars, seat belts were introduced as an option for 1956.
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Rob Benge

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Does anybody else thnk the front axle is about two inches too far back. In my eye shifting it forward just a little bit would look a bit better. Still kick a#%e though, fantastic for a garage build.
 
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