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1952 FORD F1 PICK-UP TRUCK
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1952 FORD F1 PICK-UP TRUCK BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION JUST COMPLETED! READY TO BE SHOWN OR DRIVEN! STUNNING COLOR COMBINATION! ONLY 65,863 ORIGINAL MILES! OPTIONS INCLUDE: OAK BED RAILS, HEATER AND MORE! TRULY ONE OF T
1952 FORD F1 PICK-UP TRUCK
Finished in classic and desired Coral Flame Red with beautiful Black interior. This incredible F1 pick-up has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. We are proud to offer this investment grade truck to the most particular buyer who appreciates and understands the investment potential of this great American classic. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly amazing F1 pick-up! HISTORY OF THE FORD F1 PICK-UP TRUCK: The Ford F-Series is the longest continuous single series ever produced by the Ford Motor Company, with over 60 years to its credit. The F-Series pickup line began with the newly designed F-1, which was introduced in 1948. Aside from drivetrain and 114-inch wheelbase, Ford's new "Bonus-Built" trucks were completely different than the car-based trucks they replaced. All-new front sheetmetal featured integrated headlights, a one-piece windshield increased visibility, and the cabs were now wider, longer, and taller. Ford's legendary F-Series began in January of 1948 with eight levels of trucks: F-1 for half-ton pickup, F-2 for three-quarter ton, up to the F-7 and F-8 heavy-duty trucks. Base engine was the 226-cid flathead six-cylinder with a single-barrel carburetor, producing 95-bhp. Optional was Ford's infamous flathead V-8, displacing 239-cid and making 100-bhp. A floor-shifted three-speed transmission was standard on the half-ton trucks, with a four-speed standard on bigger trucks, and optional on half-tons. Increased interior dimensions started with a seven-inch stretch in cab width. A three-person bench seat moved back and forward on roller bearings, and the steering wheel was more horizontal and mounted closer to the driver. By positioning the door hinges three inches farther forward, easier entry was obtained. To help isolate frame flex, rubber mounts were used between cab and frame. A 6-1/2 foot cargo box gave 45-cubic-feet of load space and had an all-steel floor. On the back of the truck was a single side taillight. For the 1949 Model year, wheel rims, painted-black last year, were now painted to match body color. Starting late in 1948, the five chrome grille-bars were painted silver. In 1950, the Korean Conflict was dominating headlines, and there was great concern of whether civilian car and truck production would stop, as it had in 1942. Record numbers of buyers hurried to buy available vehicles. Total Ford truck production jumped by more than 100,000 to over 345,000 units. F-1 pickup production alone was over 79,000. 1951 saw some minor changes. An all-new grille design, with a large horizontal bar spread across the front of the truck supported by three bullet-shaped teeth, was the big styling change. Front fenders were also restyled, as was the front bumper. The rear window was made larger for better visibility, and a redesigned dashboard had an ashtray and glove-box. Cargo beds now used a hardwood floor rather than steel. Options included dual windshield wipers, dual sun visors, and a foot-operated windshield washer. In the last year of the "Bonus Built" series, 1952, Ford introduced a new OHV 215-cid six-cylinder engine, rated at 101-bhp. The flathead V-8, still at 239-cid, got a bump in compression ratio, increasing output to 106-bhp. Hood trim was different, and front grille color was changed. The following year would be Ford Motor Company's 50th Anniversary. All trucks would be restyled for the 1953 model year.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$33,000.00

- DISCOUNT ~

$6,100.00
SALE PRICE

$26,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
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Year:
1952
Make:
FORD
Model:
F1 PICK-UP TRUCK
Color:
Coral Flame Red
VIN:
F1R2LU16097
Stock Number:
405073

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3455 N. Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63074
Telephone: (314)291-7000
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Email: info@schmitt.com
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Daniel Schmitt & Co. Classic Car Gallery
3455 N. Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63074
Telephone: (314)291-7000
Fax: (314)291-0957
Email: info@schmitt.com
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A FAMILY TRADITION FOR OVER 50 YEARS, SELLING CLASSIC & FINE MOTORCARS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
Whether you are looking to buy a foreign exotic car or a premium American classic car, Daniel Schmitt & Company is ready to help you find the automobile of your dreams. You will find a wide selection of vehicles in our classic car showroom, which is located in the beautiful and historic St. Louis, Missouri. We offer pre-purchase inspections of any car upon request. Call or e-mail us today to arrange a test drive.

Daniel Schmitt & Co.
3455 North Lindbergh Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63074
(314)291-7000
info@schmitt.com

Showroom Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
(open until 5:00 by appointment)
Sunday: Closed

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