Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1949 Ford F-3. The first F-series Ford truck was produced from 1948-1952. It was the first to be built on its own beefier chassis intended to accommodate more heavy-duty use. The F-3 was built mainly as a pickup or panel truck model. The truck sold well to farmers, small business owners, and commercial users alike. Ford developed even heavier duty trucks denoted as the F-4 through F-8. The presence of strong/ utilitarian Ford trucks has dominated the market to this day.
This 1949 Ford F-3 pickup is painted in clearcoat yellow. Tastefully matched up with a set of five-spoke chrome US MAGS wheels and a wood paneled bed floor. The tastefully done interior consists of two-tone beige bucket seats, center console w/cupholders, and full carpeting. Other features include tilt steering wheel, modern gauges, Pioneer AM/FM/cd radio, and Vintage Air/Heat. Under The hood is a highly chromed 350 V-8 attached to a four-speed automatic transmission. Power steering and front disk brakes have been added to make this 1949 Ford F-3 an enjoyable driver.