In 1937, the Ford stake truck was released as the company's entry into the market of medium-sized trucks. A two-ton series, this dependable workhorse was designed to offer a practical, rugged and reliable manner of transport for those who needed a tougher, heavier vehicle. With a no-frills design and a sleek, boxy chassis, the Ford stake truck featured a strong front grille and bodywork, incorporating curved side panels and a tall, domed hood. The interior was simple but comfortable, boasting cloth upholstery and wood finishing. It was powered by a robust 3.6-litre V8 engine, providing plenty of power to handle any job on the road or off. The Ford stake truck was a reliable workhorse for many purposes, including hauling timber, soil and other supplies from A to B. Even today, the iconic 1937 Ford stake truck can still be spotted on the roads of North America. It remains a favourite amongst vintage vehicle enthusiasts, due to its classic looks and its powerful engine.
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