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1952 Ford F6

Highest Bid:
$36,500

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1952 Ford F6

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1952 Ford F6

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1952 Ford F6

High Bidder:  Rambler942

Auction Type:  Reserve

Highest Bid: $36,500 (USD)

End Date:

$493.12*/month for 96 months at 6.75% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit


Chassis/VIN:

1F6M2BF12263

Location:

Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey

Odometer:

60,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

15912165

Engine:

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

Highest Bid: $36,500 (USD)

$493.12*/month for 96 months at 6.75% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit

High Bidder:  Rambler942

Auction Type:  Reserve

Ends In:

End Date:

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Chassis/VIN:

1F6M2BF12263

Location:

Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey

Odometer:

60,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

15912165

Engine:

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1952 Ford F-6 medium-duty truck was repainted within the last five years under previous ownership and is powered by a replacement V8 connected to a 4-speed manual transmission. Exterior features include amber turn signals mounted on the front fenders, a conventional cab, running boards, dual rear wheels, and an underride bar. The wooden compartment behind the cab is topped with a corrugated metal roof and is equipped with lockable flip-up side doors. The space on the driver's side features light fixtures, shelves, and power outlets. The cabin is furnished with manual windows, a newer two-tone bench seat, a floor-mounted manual shifter, and an aftermarket heater. Finished in Forest Green over a red and gray interior, this first-generation F-Series truck is available now and comes with records, uninstalled parts including a Morgan truck body and the original non-operational engine and bench seat, and a clear New Jersey title in the seller's name.

Approximately five years ago while the truck was in the possession of its previous owner, the body was repainted Forest Green. Exterior features include a black front bumper, a white grille, amber turn signals on the front fenders, a one-piece windshield, black side mirrors and running boards, dual rear wheels, and an underride bar in the back. Behind the conventional cab is a metal-roofed wooden compartment with flip-up side doors held open by hydraulic struts. As the photo gallery to the right shows, the driver-side door opens to reveal lighting fixtures, power outlets, and a pair of shelves.

The truck rides on black five-lug wheels and a set of six tires with black sidewall lettering.

Inside, this F-6 is furnished with a newer red and gray bench seat, body-color door panels, and a body-color and creme dashboard. Features include vent windows, manual main windows, a floor-mounted manual shifter, and an aftermarket cabin heater.

Instrumentation consists of a 90-mph speedometer and a cluster from Dolphin Instruments & Gauges with readouts for the fuel level, oil pressure, engine temperature, and battery voltage. The five-digit odometer shows 60K miles, which the seller believes to be accurate for the truck but not the replacement engine.

Under the hood is a replacement V8 engine with an orange block and valve covers as well as a chrome air cleaner housing. It routes its power through a 4-speed manual transmission. An oil change was performed last year. In the video below, the engine is shown idling.

Records from the previous owner and uninstalled parts, including a Morgan truck body and the original non-operational engine and bench seat, are included with the sale of the truck.

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Comments & Questions

January 17, 2022
11:39 AM

BID: $36,500

January 17, 2022
11:38 AM

BID: $36,250

January 17, 2022
11:36 AM

BID: $36,000

January 17, 2022
11:35 AM

BID: $35,500

January 17, 2022
11:32 AM

BID: $35,000

January 17, 2022
11:31 AM

BID: $32,750

January 17, 2022
10:09 AM

BID: $32,500

January 17, 2022
09:51 AM

BID: $32,000

January 17, 2022
09:22 AM

BID: $30,750

January 16, 2022
10:40 AM
Seller

@DMBrown – Beautiful and intriguing vehicle. What does the unshown 65–75% of the rear box contain, and can we see photos of that space? Does the rear panel open, too? For what has the truck been used in its current configuration? Thanks! ...

The body on the passenger side of the vehicle also lifts up like the driver’s side that is shown. It is empty space for storage, as well as has the plug-in for electric within that space. The truck was used as a bar truck for one wedding. The bar folds up and is stored on the passenger side. The rear of the truck does not open, as the body is divided down the middle on the inside from the front to the back. Opens on both both sides of the truck.

January 16, 2022
10:28 AM

Beautiful and intriguing vehicle. What does the unshown 65–75% of the rear box contain, and can we see photos of that space? Does the rear panel open, too? For what has the truck been used in its current configuration? Thanks!

January 16, 2022
09:09 AM

BID: $30,000

January 13, 2022
12:28 PM

BID: $28,700

January 13, 2022
08:03 AM

BID: $25,000

January 13, 2022
08:02 AM

BID: $21,000

January 11, 2022
05:09 PM

BID: $20,000

January 10, 2022
01:56 PM

BID: $11,250

January 10, 2022
01:44 PM

BID: $10,500

January 10, 2022
11:34 AM

BID: $8,500

January 10, 2022
10:29 AM

BID: $6,000

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