Car collectors will have to act quickly if they want to land an outstanding Ford 1941 pick-up that is coming to auction with a high end estimate of $30,000.
The mayfair maroon coloured model features a flathead V8 - 11A 90-horsepower engine. It goes under the hammer at Fontaines Auction Gallery's Exceptional Antique Auction in Massachusetts on Saturday February 19. It is sure to get petrol heads and investors excited.
The classic truck has had one owner during the past 50 years, is in excellent restored condition and is ready to drive. The Waltham odometer reads 00544/8.
It has rear sliding windows and sun visors, perfect for those long, sunny days on the road.
This beauty also comes equipped with original style spotlight and road lamps, chrome bumpers and lamp mounts.
Car collectors will also appreciate the hot water heater, chrome mounts and hubcaps marked "Ford".
It's a good weekend for collectors of classic pick-ups. A Ford Model T, said to be the first "true American pick-up truck", is going under the hammer in Atlantic City.