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1956 F100 HOT ROD, 390 CID Big Block, C-Notched, PS/PB, Custom build, Classic

1956 Ford F-100 for sale in Orem, Utah, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Orem, Utah, United States
Make: Ford
Model: F-100
Type: Pick up
Year: 1956
Mileage: 99,999
VIN: F10Z6R33015
Color: Black
Engine size: Ford 390 CID
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Power Steering, Front Power Disc Brakes
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Ford C6 3-Speed Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Ford F-100 1956

1956 Ford F100 Hot Rod
Up for your consideration is my custom built '56 F100. This truck never fails to draw a crowd and turn heads. It's a blast to drive and runs down the road straight and strong. This is not a "drag race" truck but rather a very streetable "old skool" cruising hot rod. a rebuilt Ford FE 390 CID (from a '66 Mercury) with a new 4bbl intake manifold and a Holly 600cfm Carburetor.Ford C6 3-speed Automatic transmission.
The Ford 9-inch rear end was narrowed 7 inches by Williams Street Rod. Rear end gears are 3.25 open. It'll turn those meaty Micky Thompson tires with ease.
New custom built exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers (all clean welded with no unsightly clamps). Sanderson's Block Hugger Headers with "H" pipe. Sounds awesome, like a hot rod should, but not too loud.
Mustang II front suspension with Power Steering and 11 inch GM big brake kit. Front end is boxed. 1972 Ford F250 swing pedal power brake set up. Truck steers and stops great.
The rear frame is C-notched. The leaf springs are mounted on the inside of the frame rails (see pictures). The rear-end had an axle flip done and got 2 inch drop blocks installed. All welding and fabrication work was done right and clean. The stance on this F100 is perfect, very stout looking.
Front seats (from a 2001 Ford Crown Vic) were professionally recovered a couple of months ago and look fantastic with the black fabric and red piping. The hood is off a '55 F100 which gives the nose a nice tappered look. 3-inch wider than stock fiberglass rear fenders from Speed Way Motors. The inside tubs are from a 1950 Dodge truck. The mating of the inner and outer rear fenders look near seamless from behind. Looks very cool and why I opted not to put a tailgate on. The fuel tank, located in the bed, is an 11 gallon spun aluminum tank.
Lots of new parts recently .... Brand new chrome grille from MidFifty. All new glass including doors, windshield, and rear window (only remaining original glass are the vent windows. Before deciding to sell the truck I was going to do the 1 piece door glass conversion. I know that's a preference that not all people like so I opted to install new OEM style door glass.) In addition to the new glass are new rubber gaskets (front and rear) and new door window seal kits and glass runs. I also installed new door inspection plates and hardware, new door handles and window cranks, and a new ignition switch (all from LMC Truck).
There has been alot of great metal fabrication work on the truck. The truck is rust-free top to bottom and front to back. Always garaged and never driven in the rain. Tires are all in like new condition and all lights, turn signals, and guages function as they should.
The paint is a flat black that looks really good for what it is. I had considered block sanding it and having it flat clear coated to give it a bit of sheen and smoothness. The last exterior picture shown in the listing is of it wet ... that's what it would look like gloss black, which would be nice too. If you go to a gloss finish there are a few little dings here and there that would need to be smoothed that aren't noticable in the flat finish it's wearing currently. Bottom line, it's a dang cool badass '56 F100 that can be driven and enjoyed just as it is or add a few touches to make it how you want.
Housekeeping:Please ask all questions, have funds in place, and permission (if needed, haha) BEFORE bidding. It takes a lot of time and money to list on ebay and I don't want to waste my, or anyone elses, time. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer, but I'm willing to help on my end to make sure all goes well with your transport at pick up time. Although the truck has been completely rebuilt it is being sold as is with no warranty expressed or implied. I'm not a dealer. I've described the vehicle as straight forwardly as I can. To serious bidders, if you want to see anything that isn't pictured I'm happy to take additional photos of what you'd like to see and email them to yo, just ask. I'm willing to discuss the truck on the phone with serious buyers, simply email me your phone number and I will call you. I'll consider ending the aution early if you would like to make an offer that's good for both of us. Good Luck !!

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