Bookmark and Share
CCG Feed Button
Quick Car Search 
1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS (5)
Sunday, 21st December, 2014
Latest News
  • DEALERS & TRADERS Advertise for FREE!! XML Feed?? Tell us where to find it and we will do the rest!

  • FORUM - Our Forum is now online! Discuss everything Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, Hot Rods and more..

  • DEALERS! - Never upload another Ad again with the CCG Automated Feeds - Contact us NOW!

  • Subscribe to the CCG RSS feeds to get Classic Cars delivered directly to your desktop!

  • BLOGGING - We post Classic, Exotic and Muscle Cars that YOU would like to own!

  • TWITTER - follow us and receive instant updates!

  • 35 Languages Translated 33 Currencies Converted Visitors from over 170 different countries!!

  • 40,000 NEW Classic and Collector Car enthusiasts discover the CCG website EVERY month!!

  • Hello and welcome to - The only truly GLOBAL Classic Car site on the Internet!

Further Details - Click Here! Sample Listing
1929 Ford Model-A
1941 Willys Coupe
1958 Peugeot 203-C SEDAN
1986 Porsche 924 S
1991 Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse 500E 5.0 V8
1972 Ford LTD
1959 Ford Galaxie Sunliner
1973 De Tomaso Pantera
And More...
2006 Harley Davidson FLH FXDI Super Glide
(Last 7 Days)
Classic cars global logo
Streetside Classic Cars
Bookmark and Share

1950 Ford F-1 302 V8

With an inventory of more than 300 classics.

USD 29,995
Click on image to ENLARGE

Country State / Province City / Town Zip / Postal Code
United States NC Charlotte 28269

Listed under categories:


1950-69 Post-War

Color Exterior:   
Color Interior:  
Odometer: 449 Miles
Transmission: AUTOMATIC
Convertible: NO
Advert No: 169625


The age of the pickup truck is upon us, and there''s a huge variety of really nice haulers available for not a lot of cash. If you''re a Ford guy who likes his vehicles powered by true Blue Oval, then this 1950 Ford F-1 pickup is for you. It looks great, has a sweet-running 302, and the interior is a far cry from the utilitarian environment it had when it was new. Medium blue paint (dare we say Ford Blue) looks great on this tidy post-war pickup. It''s not too flashy, with just a touch of metallic, and looks appropriate on the curvy sheetmetal. Nothing has been radically modified or shaved on this truck, but they did invest plenty of time in the bodywork, which is very good from any angle. The paint is modern urethane, so it''ll last practically forever, and if you''re the kind of guy who likes trophies, this one is only a cut and buff away from a big wow factor. Some fresh chrome brightens the working class look, particularly up front where the simple grille, close-set headlights, and distinctive hood vents all look bright and shiny. They''ve also added accessory bumpers at both ends, Ford-script step plates on the running boards for a vintage look, and twin taillights out back (only one was standard equipment). The bed is striking, with dark stain on the oak and a brilliant shine, and it''s easily removable if you actually want to use this truck for hauling your gear, too. Forget slippery bench seats that feel like church pews, this great-looking Ford now carries modern black leather buckets borrowed from a late-model Chrysler. Matching black carpets on the floors help with sound and heat control, while neat two-tone door panels embrace the 1950s look. Note the switch to power windows, an under-dash A/C system, and a dash full of beautiful white-faced dials from Omega Kustom Instruments. That custom dash panel emulates the original, giving it a modern twist and room for auxiliary gauges that are easy to read. A late-model GM tilt column makes the driving position feel quite modern and the gray leather steering wheel feels great in your hands. A light tint on the windows helps keep things comfortable when you''re in the sun and a custom center console offers an armrest and a pair of handy cup holders for road trips, which are a sure thing with this truck. As we mentioned, there''s a 302 cubic inch V8 up front, and with the usual upgrades it''s a wonderful runner. Flatheads are nice, but if you want to run at modern highway speeds, a 4-barrel carburetor and other goodies make it seem easy. It''s wearing Ford Blue paint on the block and some polished aluminum valve covers, but the focus was on function as much as beauty and that''s where this truck really shines. Turn the key and it fires with a Mustang-like burble from the dual exhaust and the C4 3-speed automatic makes cruising a pleasure. The front suspension features custom tubular A-arms and rack-and-pinion steering, so it feels quite modern, and it comes with two sets of front coils so you can set the ride height to your liking. Color-matched steelies with dog dish hubcaps are the right choice on a vintage pickup, and they carry 235/60/15 Dayton radials all around. With all the right pieces, this Ford-with-a-Ford pickup is the kind of vehicle you''ll look forward to driving everywhere, even if you don''t have anything to haul. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.

Advert URL:




 Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional                                                                         

                                                            Copyright © 2008-2013: - all rights reserved.