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$5,000  · Cheyenne, Wyoming
Wyoming truck. V8 flathead. Runs & drives. NO RUST. Wood in bed is shot. No title. Owner will deliver to some parts of Minnesota. Not sure on the F1 or F2. Not mine, just posting for a friend.
Please excuse the sideways & upside down photos. They’re positioned correctly in my photo library, but this server turned them when I posted them.

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Looks like an F-3 which was the "Heavy Duty" 3/4 ton.  You can almost make out the designation on the fender.  The F-2 was the standard 3/4 ton while your one ton would be badged an F-4.  If it is a 1950, its the early version as they moved the shifter from the floor to the steering column half way through the year.  Ford also made the bed sides smooth without the structural indents like this one has.   Looks solid, the only fault I see is its too far away.  

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Many states did not issue vehicle titles until 1973.   Best to check with your DMV on what licensing laws cover vehicles built prior to the year titles became standard practice.

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