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1941 ford COE,cabover,Cab over,hot rod,rat rod,bagged,airride,LT1,4 link,project

Make: Ford
Model: Other Pickups
SubModel: COE
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Year: 1941
Mileage: 100
Color: bare metal
Engine: LT1 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4l60E
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: copper
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Newman Lake, Washington, United States

1941 Ford Other Pickups Additional Info:

1941 ford COE, CabOver
Up for sale is a custom 1 of a kind 41 ford COE, his truck is a fresh build, the truck is left in bare metal as there is nothing to hide! The drive train consists of a 300hp LT1 350, as stand alone harness, and 4l60E overdrive automatic trans, the engine and trans was said to only have around 30k miles on them both, the truck has 4 wheel disk brakes with aluminum dual piston calipers on all 4 corners, large 13.5" drilled and slotted front rotors, the rear end is out of a 2003 chevy Tahoe. the rear end is a triangled 4 link setup with air bags, the front suspension is a widened MustangII, power steering, with tubular upper and lower A-arms, with bags in the front also, the airride is all 1/2" and has one large electric pump and 8 solenoids, so can be controlled on each corner and has dual pointer gauges under dash, and a 10 switch controller. The wheels are 22" steel transit wheels with Ford hubcaps! that look amazing on the truck! Aluminum raditor with dual electric fans. The grille surround is fiberglass and has a hand built insert that look great! all new glass (it needs window felt kit and power windows fine tuned). The interior is all new and is super simple and clean, the steering wheel is a old original 4 spoke with custom cover! The dash is just a simple setup with digital speedo, and fuel gauge and oil pressure hidden in there, the tilt out windows are all functional! and has a custom 1 of a kind shifter! it is missing the glove box though. currently has no blinkers hooked up, but I do have a add on blinker switch I can throw in it, and already has the LED blinkers built into the tri-bar headlights! as you can see we are pretty socked in with snow, so I don't have much drive time on it, but will try to shake down any new build blues before the end of week! the trucks and drives great so far! and sounds great!