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327-POWERED 1951 FORD F-1 PICKUP

Highest Bid:
$9,567

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327-POWERED 1951 FORD F-1 PICKUP

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327-POWERED 1951 FORD F-1 PICKUP

High Bidder:  Electrical1

Auction Type:  Reserve (not met) 

Highest Bid: $9,567 (USD)

End Date:


Location:

Hanover, Massachusetts 02339

Seller:

Engine:

327ci

Transmission:

Automatic

Odometer:

32,738 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

F1H1NR20313

Carfax:

Lot Number:

Highest Bid: $9,567 (USD)

High Bidder:  Electrical1

Auction Type:  Reserve (Not Met) 

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Location:

Hanover, Massachusetts 02339

Seller:

Engine:

327ci

Transmission:

Odometer:

32,738 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

F1H1NR20313

Carfax:

Lot Number:

53452321

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Vehicle Story

OVERVIEW

This 1951 Ford F-1 pickup has received new paint and several upgraded parts. It is powered by a Chevrolet 327ci V8 backed by a Powerglide two-speed automatic transmission. Finished in red and black over a tan vinyl interior, this Ford pickup comes from the selling dealer with a clear title.

Highlights:

  • Wood bed floor
  • Kenwood AM/FM stereo 

Ownership History:

  • Offered by a dealer
  • Current location: Massachusetts

EXTERIOR

  • Reportedly original rust-free steel fenders and body
  • Black and red paint
  • Black bumpers
  • Spotlight
  • Dual side mirrors
  • Short Stepside pickup box
  • Updated oak wood bed floor

Known Flaws:

  • Spotlight does not function and needs to be wired
  • Minor crack in tailgate
  • Paint crack on hood that needs repair/repainting 

Updates:

  • New glass in 2020
  • Bed floor in 2020
  • New paint in 2020         

WHEELS AND TIRES

  • 15-inch red steel wheels
    • Chrome hubcaps and trim rings
  • Goodyear front and General Grabber rear radial tires

Service History Highlights:

  • New tires in 2020

INTERIOR

  • Tan vinyl upholstery
  • Manual windows
  • Manual steering
  • Floor-mounted automatic transmission shifter
  • Black vinyl floor covering
  • Kenwood AM/FM/CD/Bluetooth stereo
  • Kick panel speakers
  • Accessory turn signal system

Known Flaws:

  • Wiper motor and wipers need to be installed

Updates:

  • New wiring in 2020

INSTRUMENTS

  • Odometer shows 32,738 miles
    • True mileage unknown
  • 90-mph speedometer
  • Gauges
    • Fuel level
    • Coolant temperature
    • Battery voltage
    • Oil pressure 
    • Aftermarket auxiliary displays

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Engine:

  • 327ci Chevrolet V8
    • Single 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor

Modifications:

  • Original engine replaced

Transmission:

  • Powerglide 2-speed automatic 

Modifications:

  • Original manual transmission replaced

UNDERCARRIAGE, SUSPENSION, BRAKES, AND EXHAUST

Key Features:

  • Solid front axle
  • Solid rear drive axle
  • Manual 4-wheel drum brakes
  • Dual exhaust outlets
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Comments & Questions

June 19, 2024
12:02 PM

@ZoomClassicCars – Paint about 5 years ago. Truck is all steel and had a dent in the Hood. Owner instructed body shop to have the dent pulled but instead they just filled it in with Bondo. It was fine for first 4 years but over this Winter in cold storage it cracked. Owner doesn't know paint code. ...

Thank you for the quick response. A real shame it wasn’t done right on this cool ‘51. Sorry, one more thing. Is the tailgate fiberglass?

June 19, 2024
11:59 AM
Seller

@PSwede – Do you know when it was painted and what caused the hood paint to crack so severely? Do you have the paint code for the red color? Thanks. ...

Paint about 5 years ago. Truck is all steel and had a dent in the Hood. Owner instructed body shop to have the dent pulled but instead they just filled it in with Bondo. It was fine for first 4 years but over this Winter in cold storage it cracked. Owner doesn't know paint code.

June 19, 2024
11:51 AM

Do you know when it was painted and what caused the hood paint to crack so severely? Do you have the paint code for the red color? Thanks.

June 18, 2024
03:44 AM
Seller

Engine seemed to run well when I took photos/video of the car. I can't comment on the quality of mountings at the moment but can visit the truck soon to check for you if interested. If the truck does not meet its reserve , you'll need to speak to AH reps to pursue purchase after the auction. Thanks.

June 17, 2024
06:29 PM

Color scheme reminds me of a 1945 Ford F1 I had a lifetime ago. Makes me think about yours. I might try to purchase it. 😊 I like it already. How does the 327 run? Are its mountings done nicely? Thanks Paul Griffin

June 17, 2024
09:35 AM

BID: $9,567

June 16, 2024
11:48 AM
Seller

@ROADDOG – Would you consider a sale less Drive Train?Not a Smart _ss i mean for Real ...

Thanks but prefer to just sell as-is and you can remove drivetrain if you purchase.

June 16, 2024
10:00 AM

Would you consider a sale less Drive Train?Not a Smart _ss i mean for Real

June 12, 2024
06:29 PM

BID: $8,800

June 12, 2024
05:42 PM
Seller

@Punkin – Why is there still a clutch pedal in this truck? ...

Owner didn't get around to removing it.

June 12, 2024
11:23 AM

Why is there still a clutch pedal in this truck?

June 12, 2024
10:12 AM

BID: $8,600

June 12, 2024
09:54 AM

BID: $7,200

June 12, 2024
09:19 AM

BID: $6,600

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