You could win this 1949 Ford F1 Pickup Truck worth $45,000

Beneath the hood of this 1949 Ford F1 Pickup is a 327 Corvette 500 horsepower engine, one that is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission that helps the F1 handle the demands of modern traffic. The yellow exterior features wood slats in the truck bed, and the truck rolls on chrome wheels shod with Goodyear Wrangler HT tires. This F1 has an attractive brown interior with a 100 MPH speedometer. The first-generation F-Series—also known as the Bonus-Built—was introduced for the 1948 model year. There were eight different chassis for the F-Series, with the F1 being the lightest capacity and the F8 being the heavy-duty commercial version. The F-Series holds the distinction of being the longest continuous single car or truck line ever produced by Ford at 60-plus years and counting. The F1 was quite popular for its robust construction, impressive reliability and ease-of-service. It was also notable that Ford was the only manufacturer of light-duty trucks offering V-8 power until 1954.

Truck Details
• 327 Corvette 500 horsepower engine
• 4-speed manual transmission
• Yellow exterior
• Brown interior
• 100 MPH speedometer
• Wood slats in pickup bed
• Chrome wheels