The Ford 1 ton Pick-up 1946 was a classic addition to the renowned line of Ford trucks. Built for professional use, the vehicle could take on the most demanding tasks with ease and comfort. With a powerful and reliable engine and rugged, timeless bodywork, the 1 ton Pick-up range was able to provide immense performance and versatility, as well as an iconic style that has been cherished and respected in the automotive world for years. The 1 ton Pick-up had a formidable boxy frame, boasting a total length of almost 190 inches and a width of 80 inches. The truck had a rugged good looks, with a curved cab, bold grille, and a prominent front bumper. The clean lines and simple styling created an everlasting aesthetic that would never go out of style. A brilliant shade of green complemented the Ford logo nicely, making for a striking combination. Under the hood was a solid Ford 221 cubic inch flathead V8 engine, providing generous outputs of 90 hp and 173 lb-ft of torque. These helped propel the truck along with ease, while a 4-speed manual gearbox allowed for further smooth and controlled driving. The truck was also fitted with robust brakes and a sturdy suspension, enhancing the vehicle's stability and drivability on any terrain. Practical and reliable, the Ford 1 ton Pick-up 1946 was an invaluable partner for any task. In terms of capability, performance, and timeless style, there are few contenders who can match the beastly but classy Pick-up.
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