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1955 Ford F-100



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Well this is one great, fun 55 F100. Drive her daily as is or use her as a platform to build your dream "55" she has the original 239 y block v8, 3 speed ( Three on the tree) column shift. Just an unmolested 55. She runs strong and could easily offer years of enjoyment as she sits. Originally a southern truck it has avoided many of the rust issues . It does need the divers side rear bottom cab corner attended to (see picture). but otherwise it's solid. Finished in the cool mat black look with red accents. She sits now on Crager deep dish wheels. The prior owner loved Cragers over the existing Red deep dish with chrome trim rims. You can have your choice. We will be happy to switch her back for you.. The first Y-block on Ford automobiles and F100 trucks was the 239 in³ (3,910 cc) version as released in 1954 with EBU casting numbers. The Y-block was the same displacement as the old Ford Flathead V8 that it replaced but with a bigger bore and a shorter stroke (3.5 x 3.1 in). It produced 130 bhp (97 kW) at 4,200 rpm[5] as opposed to the flathead's final 110 bhp (82 kW) at 3,800 rpm,[6] an increase of 18%.[1] Torque was also up compared to the Flathead, with 214 lb·ft (290 N·m) at 1,800rpm[5] compared with 196 lb·ft (266 N·m) at 2,000rpm.[6] The Y-block was considered a major advancement over the flathead. The 239 in³ version was available in 1954 models (EBU casting numbers), and in late 1954 and 1955 (EBV casting numbers), while also in 1955 the bigger 272 in³ and 292 in³ siblings were introduced. The 1955 EBV 239 engine exchanges many parts with later model Y-blocks such as the 272 and 292, while the 1954 EBU engine has many parts that do not exchange with the 1955 EBV 239 and later Y-blocks. The second generation of the Ford F-Series is a series of trucks that was produced by Ford from the 1953 to 1956 model years. In line with the previous generation, the F-Series encompassed a wide range of vehicles, ranging from light-duty pickup trucks to heavy-duty commercial vehicles.[4] In place of the previous "Bonus-Built" series, Ford now marketed its truck range as the "Triple Economy" series.[5] To further emphasize the model update, Ford changed the F-Series model nomenclature from a single number to three numbers; subsequently, this system has remained in use on all Ford F-Series trucks to the present day. Alongside the naming change, this generation marked several firsts for the F-Series, including an adjustable seat (wide enough for 3 people),[6] power brakes,[7][8] and the introduction of the Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission as an option. In line with Ford cars, seat belts were introduced as an option for 1956.[3] The second-generation F-Series was produced by Ford at eleven facilities across the United States; Ford Canada marketed the model line under both the F-Series and the Mercury M-Series nameplates. Detail cleaning has been done Pre-inspection of our vehicles has been done Vehicle has been serviced by professional mechanics Prices are cash price and firm Documentation fee $399 is not include in price We can take care of your registration Please call for schedule a test drive!!! Smithfield Classic Cars & Auto Sales 401-227-9548 www.smithfieldclassiccars.com 278 Douglas Pike Smithfield RI 02917 Monday-Friday 9am-4pm We are available for test drive today We accept trade-ins Visit Smithfield Classic Cars online at www.Smithfieldclassiccars.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 401-227-9548 today to schedule your test drive.

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