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KS Farm find 1936 Ford half ton pickup flathead V8, juice brakes, clear title NR

Make: Ford
Model: Other Pickups
Type: regular cab pickup truck
Year: 1936
Mileage: 99,999
VIN: 182457063
Color: Black
Engine: Flathead V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Ottawa, Kansas, United States

1936 Ford Other Pickups Additional Info:

Relist due to local buyer backing out after learning wife had cancer.
For sale here I have my mostly original 1936 Ford half ton pickup truck that was owned and used by the same western Kansas wheat farm family fpr more than the last 60 years. The previous owner said it was running when parked but that was at least 40 years ago. The bed is a very heavy gauge work bed built Anthony Company manufacturers of dump bodies for motor trucks of Streator Illinois. The bed floor and sides is all one piece of metal bent to resemble an original style bed. It is not set up to be a dump bed on this truck. The bed is longer than a factory ford bed but the frame has not been modified. The truck has a very complete flathead V8 that appears to be stuck but I haven't put a wrench to it because it will most likely need gone through regardless after sitting so long. It does still have oil or fluid in the engine and looks as though they may have soaked the cylinders. They converted over to juice brakes many years ago with original ford wide 5 equipment. It has 5 wide five wheels with 4 center caps. It does still have the enclosed drive shaft in it. The body has very minimal rust in it mainly in the drivers side rocker panel but it does have dents on most of the panels from years of farm use. The windshield frame appears to be excellent and the runningboards are fairly nice. The drivers door glass is cracked but the other 3 panels appear to be good. They cut into the inner panel of the passenger door to fix an issue then welded it back together and the brackets that hold the hood on are missing. The old owner said he couldn't recall how many loads of fertilizer he'd dealt with in the bed of the truck and that they hauled grain with it as well. The tow bar was to haul it out to the field behind their equipment. You can see on both doors where their arms caused rust from resting on top. This truck would look killer going down the road as is with some wide whites on it. It has a clear current Ks title that matches the frame vin and will be selling with NO RESERVE. If you would like to see more than 100 pictures of the truck go to 1936fordfarmtruck.shutterfly.com. International bidders are welcome and I can assist in getting shipping quotes through a transport broker that I use if anyone is interested. The truck will have tires that hold air and will be rolling and steering for transport. Thanks and good luck bidding.
The truck is for sale locally. The auction may end anytime before bids are placed.