Design of the F-Series truck changed tremendously from 1950 to 1954. For 1951 and 1952, the headlights were connected by a wide aerodynamic cross piece with three similarly aerodynamic supports. The rear window was wider in these later trucks and the dashboard was redesigned. This new cab was called the Five-Star Cab. For 1951, the grille was restyled with a large horizontal bar, moving the headlights further apart, painted either ivory or argent, with either painted or chrome headlight trim; the hood trim was also redesigned. If specified, a V-8 emblem appeared on the front fascia above the grille opening. The truck underwent several revisions, with the cab receiving a larger rear window and updated door panels; for pickup trucks, the tailgate was redesigned, along with the introduction of a hardwood floor. This beautiful example of Ford's iconic F-3 has undergone a complete, frame on restoration and features rebuilt engine, clutch, and 4 spd transmission, all new suspension components, new interior, new paint, and refinished wood bed. Rides on new radial tires. Owner is contemplating replacing original 4spd trans with a 3spd half-ton trans for ease of driving. Truck will be sold with both transmissions if this is the case. If you are looking for a complete, turn key, restored F-3 for less than it would cost to do one yourself, this is the truck. Reasonable offers always considered. We can assist with financing/shipping, and we sell world wide!