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1951 Ford COE Marmon Herrington + F-6 regular cab + 4X4 M&H chassis Flathead 254

Make: Ford
Model: F6
Type: COE
Trim: Marmon Herrington
Year: 1951
Mileage: 40,000
VIN: C6M1HM54510
Engine: 254
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: 4X4
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Warrensburg, Missouri, United States

1951 Ford F6 Marmon Herrington Additional Info:

This is an everything goes auction. Selling due to health issues. 1951 Ford Cab Over Engine COE with factory Marmon Herrington 4X4 conversion. It is all there. I have seat frames and all front end panels. Good Kansas Title for the COE. The engine will run (only had it running for a minute 3 years ago) it is the rare 254 BIG SIX option only on F6 trucks. The worst part of the truck is the inside panel above the windshield is rotted but I have a complete solid replacement panel removed at factory welded points. I have the rare BATTERY BOX cover that is the step in the passenger side of the truck cab.
Also included is a 9000 original mile 1951 F6 rust free standard cab truck 5 STAR CAB. No title. Perfect running rare 254 BIG SIX (have video). Also working PTO winch. I was going to take the engine out of this truck for the Marmon Herrington and part out the rest.
Also and extra COE Marmon Herrington rolling chassis. Has transmission, transfer case and front and rear M&H axles.
Extras. I have 2 additional 254 BIG SIX engines. Both free one has a outside water jacket crack but have already had it looked at and would be a $150 pin repair. These engines are RARE. 2 COE steering boxes----extra power brake booster----extra COE BIG SIX updraft carburetor-----2 COE front leaf springs for M&H truck (ones on truck are bad) UPDATE: also have overbore pistons for the 254 engine, shop manual and a spare transmission.
There is enough parts here to build 2 Marmon Herrington 4 Wheel Drive trucks, one regular cab and the original COE
I am not selling parts, everything is included so bring a few trailers. Payment in CASH on pick up within 14 days or I can hold the trucks for 30 days with bank transfer within 48 hours. Ask all the questions you like. Trucks are rollers with no functioning brakes so they will need to be winched onto trailers.