1962 Ford F100 For $1,750

1962 Ford F-100

This Ford F100 might not be in the best of condition, but it currently runs and drives! To make things even better, the seller is asking just $1,750. It does have some rust issues, but for this kind of money a few issues are to be expected. For a vehicle you could put to use right away, this seems like a great buy. Of course I would want to inspect the chassis for any serious structural issues, remember ’61 through ’63 these trucks were a unibody design. If the main structure is solid, this could be a great buy for a rolling project. If you are interested in owning this rather rare truck, you can find it here on eBay in Turbeville, South Carolina. Thanks go to Jim S for another great tip!

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Comments

  1. Jason

    Unibody trucks were not exclusive during that period, as I believe your description implies. In other words, you could buy a ’62 F100 that *isn’t* a unibody.

    • z1rider

      Not all 61, 2, &3 Ford “pickups” were unibody, but I’m pretty sure all 2wd, non stepside F-100’s were. A 3/4 ton could be had with a separate bed (what looked like a carryover from the 57-60 pickups) although I have also seen unibody F-250’s. I am certain all of the 4WD pickups had separate beds.

      The unibody idea (what did they call it then?) ended with the 63 model year. The 1964’s were the last for a straight front axle, and all versions had separate beds. The first year for Twin I-beam was 1965. A major restyle came for 1967 making 66 the last year for this styling. You can tell a 66 by the padded dash.

  2. Jeremy

    Structural issues are no different than any other truck of the time period. Even though the cab and bed are integrated on the 61 – 63 unibody trucks everything is still bolted to a standard ladder style frame. They aren’t true unibody construction.

  3. charles hefner

    The step side models were not unibody,but all non step side models were.

  4. BradL

    Unibody or not, this is a rusty beast. It will need extensive metal work.

  5. geomechs geomechs Member

    I never really had much love for a unibody pickup. The SWB wasn’t bad but the LWB was butt ugly (in my opinion). They had a lot of trouble with doors popping open and doors sticking shut. This one would be a good project just the same and a full restoration would be welcome. One wouldn’t likely get a good return on the investment other than pure enjoyment, but isn’t that what the hobby is all about anyways?

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