1947 International KB1 Pickup Street Rod
Sale price: $15,342.00 make an offer
Pending offersDate: 2018-06-25
william Mee offered 10,000 usd
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1947 International KB1 Pickup Street Rod for sale
1947 International KB1 Street Rod
Tubbed box tube frame with Chevy Nova front clip
Ford 9” Rear on leaf springsCheck out a video of the truck here:
http://youtu. be/3p89W_0BRdEThis truck has a very clean and very straight body. cab has not been chopped and no rust to cut out. Just a little bit of surface rust here and there from the truck being left in primer. Runs and is currently driving on the road. very little left to do to finish up this really cool truck. Check out the video and pictures. Truck title is clear and it is titled as a 1947 International KB1.
The nose of the truck is on linear bearings mounted in the front clip. the whole nose moves away from the cab bout 4 inches then tilts forward on a set of hinges. The hinge pins can be removed. along with the actuator pins to take the nose off the truck. The headlights and turn signals are wired with GM style connectors. Takes about 5 minutes to take the nose off.
Power Brakes. GM disc front. GM Disc rear
Power Steering. GM steering column
New Wiring Harness
Stainless Steel Dual Exhaust
Aluminum Radiator. electric fan
Vintage Air A/C Heat. A/C controls and stereo are hidden in the glove box
Updated Instrument Panel. mounted behind the dash window
Stock Windshield Regulator. crank works
Electric windshield wiper motor
Electric Fuel Pump
Aluminum Fuel Tank. custom
Bucket SeatsLokar Shifter
We have all the original stainless steel “wiskers” for the front grill. the KB1 emblems. international emblems and the hood and nosepiece. The wiskers polish up nice but the emblems will most likely need to be re-chromed. Also have some spare parts including a spare grill. inside fender panels. some spare wiskers and door hardware etc.
The 348 has about 500 miles on it and was professionally built. head job. new pistons. cam. bearings etc. Intake has a Chevy duel carb manifold. two Edelbrocks with progressive linkage. Spark is provided via electronic points eliminator kit and distributor and MSD coil.
Started this project a couple of years ago. finances and other projects put it on the back burner and we are forced to sell it rather than finish it up.
Things left to do. Needs a front end alignment and different front wheels. The offset on the front wheels is wrong for the fenders and if you turn the wheel all the way to the stops it will rub the fender. There is plenty of room for more offset in the wheel. The final fuel tank fill set up has to be sorted out. Right now there is a whole in the bed to get to the fill spout on the fuel tank. There is a cut out on the driver side of the truck bed panel that was for an aircraft type fuel fill spout. One can be installed or it can be welded up. The hood/nose hold down clips should be re-done as the ones I put in were a prototype to give the hood something to slide and land on. I am sure someone can come up with a cleaner set up. None of the hood. grill or front fender parts are welded. just bolted together. so if you do not like the tilt out you can always go back to stock style hood setup. We were going to install full length running boards and use the front edge of the running board to “hold” the back of the front fenders so they don't bang the cab etc when running down the road. Plus. in my humble opinion. this truck is just begging for a set of full running boards to tie the rear fenders. bed. cab and front fenders all together. The interior is painted with lizard skin and it is protecting the metal really well. Other than the seats and the inside door panels the interior has not been worked on. Everything electrical works but I am sure someone can come up with a more attractive way to handle the dashboard switches etc. The ignition switch on the column works and comes with two keys. There is a stereo with CD player wired up but no speakers have been installed yet.
The truck is located in Big Pine Key. Florida. There are no warrantees or guarantees of any kind. the truck will be sold as is. where is. The bidder is responsible for inspection or additional questions about the truck prior to auction ending. If you have any questions. want to see or more pictures or want to arrange to inspect the truck email through eBay or call 305-797-5235.
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A $500. 00 non-refundable PayPal deposit is required within 48 hours of auction ending. The balance is to be paid via PayPal or certified bank check within five (5) days of auction ending. If the balance is not paid within five days of the auction ending. the truck will be auctioned again and you will loose your deposit.Winning bidder is responsible for picking up the truck locally or the cost of and arranging of shipping.
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