A pickup like this 1941 Ford Pickup makes for an excellent custom machine. That's why this one has upgraded V8 power, a custom/comfy interior, and an awesomely sleek style. You even have a fully adjustable air ride suspension to dial the ideal stance. So if you're looking for vintage style with some street machine panache, take a closer look at this pickup.
There's a lot of modern in this truck, but it also loves to keep the right vintage style. The teardrop headlights, two-piece .....
windshield, and wood in the truck bed are all about being a true classic. And we like how this one introduces some nicely done custom elements. The fenders and running boards are fiberglass updates, so you have vintage lines, but they now better accommodate the larger wheels and adjustable, ideal height. The front bumper was expertly deleted, so now you can see the iconic pre-war pointed front end. The gray paint pays tribute to the hot rod primer style of the early custom car days, but this is now a modern gray with a nice glossy style for an easy cruiser appearance. This finish bridges other modern details, like crystal clear headlights, shaved door handles, and smoothed/sealed tailgate with integrated tail lights and a cool Batman emblem. The result is a smooth and unique pickup that's also unmistakably a classic.
The multi-tone gray interior has a tasteful and harmonious appearance against the exterior gray. Gone is the classic bench seat, and in its place are two individual buckets. They hint at the hot rod tuck-and-roll pattern we love, and the door panels were made to match. There are terrific modern features like power windows and provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) This also feels very driver-oriented, with a sports steering wheel, a tilt column, a center console with a floor shifter, and AutoMeter gauges dominating the smooth dash. Plus, this one feels like it likes to be a modern individual experience with upgrades like the remote door openers on the key fob and air ride controls mounted under the dash.
The engine bay has some distinctive style with black valve covers, matching air grabber, carbon fiber trim on the alternator, some flames etched into the spark plug looms, and plenty of polished components. But what makes this truly desirable is the substance beyond the style. This is a 305 cubic-inch V8 that has nice power additions like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an upgraded intake, and headers. The motor fires up readily, and features like the aluminum radiator with an electric fan help keep this running strong. So it's a great cruiser. You also have driver-ready upgrades like a Mustang II independent front end with tubular A-arms, rack & pinion steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and power brakes with front discs.
This terrific mix respects its history while also delivering a cruiser-ready street machine. So don't miss this deal. Call now!