1956 Ford F100 Panel Truck – $35,000

Dec 2020 | Classifind Cut, Classifinds, Truckin Tuesday

 

Vintage 1950s panel trucks make for excellent company promotional vehicles.  If you’ve watched any custom car or motorcycle shows over the years, you’ll note that many of the episodes are based on building a promotional vehicle commissioned by a company.  This 1956 Ford F100 Panel Truck currently listed here on Craigslist in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey carries “Punctual Plumber” livery combined with a matching go-kart indicates the Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Company must have commissioned this truck at some point.  We could not find any information online about it, so if you know anything about its history, please comment below.  While it’s a very cool build, we suspect the next caretaker will want to change the panel graphics and perhaps the interior carpeting to something for their own company or perhaps just eliminate the branding altogether.  Livery aside, we love the fact the builder chose to use a warmed-over 223 cubic inch inline-six mated to a three-on-the-tree controlled manual transmission. Currently asking $35,000, the Collector Car Market Review Online Tool confirms the ask is slightly higher than this guide’s current #1 “Excellent” appraisal of $34,200 for a stock example.  If you are serious about buying this street machine, you can start the conversation either by calling or texting Marc at (973) 767-9943.  When you connect, please remember to mention you saw their Ford Panel Delivery featured here on GuysWithRides.com. Good luck with the purchase!

Here’s the seller’s description:

“1956 Ford F100 Panel Truck asking 35 k obo
rebuilt 223 6 cylinder with 4 barrel carb. header and duel exhaust
original tranny and rear…3 on the tree
mustang front end (disc brakes) drum brakes rear
new gauges
Ron Francis wiring kit
Vintage air
custom paint
custom interior
the mini matching go cart goes with it
I would consider trade for jeep wrangler 2 door only
call or text Marc 973 767 9943″

Keep as is or revise: what would you do with this Ford Panel Truck’s Livery?  Comment below and let us know!

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