Make Ford
Model Pickup
Year 1935
Fuel Gasoline
Condition Very Good
Country United States
Region PA
City York
Zip 17403
This 1935 Ford half-ton pickup is finished in black over gray leather upholstery and is powered by a replacement 255ci 8BA flathead V8 paired with a three-speed manual transmission. Equipment includes an Italmeccanica supercharger, dual Stromberg 97 carburetors, Offenhauser cylinder heads, hydraulic drum brakes, a chrome front bumper, a wood bed floor, dual side mirrors, and dual exhaust outlets. The truck is noted to have been repainted in black under prior ownership and features a chrome front bumper, dual side mirrors, running boards, dual exhaust outlets, V8 badging, and a chrome windshield surround. Black-finished 16″ wire wheels wear chrome V8-logo hubcaps and are wrapped in 5.50-16″ front and 7.00-16″ rear Firestone bias ply tires. Stopping power is handled by hydraulic drum brakes that are said to have been sourced from a 1939 Ford. A set of four 16″ steel wheels with chrome hubcaps and BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires are included in the sale and can be seen installed on the truck in the gallery below. The bed floor consists of wooden slats separated by chrome-finished steel runners. The cabin features a bench seat trimmed in light gray leather with matching door panels and a body-color dashboard. Gray carpets line the footwells, and equipment includes a rearview mirror, a glovebox, and manual-crank windows. The interior was reupholstered during the refurbishment according to the seller. The three-spoke steering wheel frames an aftermarket turn-signal switch, a 100-mph Waltham speedometer, and two combination gauges monitoring oil pressure, fuel level, engine temperature, and amperage. The gauges are said to have been refurbished, and the five-digit mechanical odometer was reset to zero. Approximately 400 miles are indicated, and total mileage is unknown. The replacement 255ci 8BA flathead V8 is said to have been sourced from a 1953 Ford and was converted to use wider drive belts. An Italmeccanica roots-style supercharger was installed under current ownership, and additional modifications include Offenhauser cylinder heads and dual Stromberg 97 carburetors.
1935 Ford Pickup Supercharged 255ci V8 Manual