The 1946 Ford 1 ton panel van offered style and utility with its unique, distinct shape. The body was made of sturdy steel and was a longer wheelbase than other panel vans of the time. The exterior featured chrome trim that traversed across the top of the cab, to the hood, and around the side panels. It also included double-side panel doors and rear-hinged cargo doors. The vehicles interior could seat up to four passengers, and also included plenty of storage space due to its larger size. The strengthened frame allowed for the van to hold heavier loads with relative ease. The dashboard was equipped with the necessary gauges and dials for operation and the steering wheel was highly adjustable. The van also included a starter motor, generator, and oil pump that were powered by a robust Ford flathead V8 engine. This powerhouse of an engine allowed the 1946 Ford 1 ton panel van to carry heavy loads while still achieving a respectable speed. Overall, the 1946 Ford 1 ton panel van was a reliable, well-built vehicle packed with a combination of style, utility and power.
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