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1952 Ford F1 Pickup Truck Racing 5.0L Coyote Build Project
Vintage pickup trucks are just plain cool. This ’52 F1 is received the full Schwartz Performance modernization with a new chassis & drivetrain. The end result: An old pickup that feels like a newer sports car! Check out the Classic Trucks article here: Classic Trucks April 2017 issue https://www.motortrend.com/features/w…
Frame & Suspension:
★ Schwartz Performance G-Machine chassis system
★ Power steering rack
★ Ridetech single-adjustable coilovers
★ Racing style splined sway bars
★ Wilwood 13″ brakes, 6 piston front, 4 piston rear
★ Ford Racing 5.0L Coyote engine
★ Boss 302 intake manifold & coil covers
★ Ford Racing wiring harness & ECU
★ Vintage Air Coyote serpentine drive
★ Custom air intake
★ Upgraded Ford 4R70W & torque converter by Advantage Transmission, Woodstock, IL
★ Custom steel driveshaft
★ Moser 9” full floater, 31 spline axles
★ 9” third member with TrueTrac differential, 3.50 gears
Wheels & Tires:
★ Circle Racing “OE” style wheels, billet aluminum
★ 18×8″ front, wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires ★ 18×12″ rear, wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires
Paint & Body:
★ Cab/doors/roof stretched 6 inches for increased interior space. Custom
★ metal fabrication by Schwartz Performance
★ Rear fenders moved forward on bed sides
★ Black! – final bodywork & paint TBD
Other Features:
★ Custom BeCool aluminum radiator w/electric fan
★ Vintage Air Gen II Mini a/c system
★ Dakota Digital VHX gauges ★ Braille AGM battery
★ Custom interior by Cassin Customizing
Built By: Schwartz Performance Inc.
1115 Rail Drive
Woodstock, IL 60098
Phone: (815)206-2230
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This video purpose is to tell world about amazing car build project and to inspire ever growing car builder community around the world. So if you’re inspired in building your own car and want to learn more about how to do it in best way, don’t hesitate and read build source page so you can learn something new and if something is not clear you can always ask builder some questions about the build.