Current Auction: Mount Vernon, WA Auction on December 8th, 2018
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1934 Ford street rod pickup. DGT6784 VIN # 18 756784. It’s a good looking PU. Green body with black fenders. Wire wheels with wide white tires including side mount just set this PU off. A lot of money has been spent on it. It was taken down to the frame. We received a lot of receipts mostly from 1994 to 2001. Looks like the bulk of the work was done from 1996 to 1997. The pickup was put back together, installing 302 engine, C4 automatic transmission. Tilt GM steering column. Vega steering box. Dual master cylinder, power drum brakes. Turn signals. VDO gauges. 8” Ford rear end. It now has 7,000 plus miles. This is an all steel ’34. Has a little bit of bondo on both doors. The right door has a bondo crack. The underside is good and solid. Good history with this PU too. Some history from when I bought it 2 years ago:
“I bought the truck in 1990 from Nick Jewett of Whisper Woodworking here in Kingston, Wa. He had driven it for 4 or 5 years as his delivery van and for advertising. Nick had bought it from Jim Moore DVM, a vet who owned and operated Appletree Cove Animal Hospital. It was mostly good metal and mechanically a patchwork-it had the flathead 8. I sent it back to my father for his birthday and he spent 20 years or so taking it down to the frame and building it back up. The last 6-7 years it had been sitting as my dad had health issues. It came back to Kingston last summer. Pop passed in March 2015.”
This is the second time we have owned this PU. Sold it about 2 years ago. He was moving and no place to keep it. I was more than happy to get it back. He did not drive it very far. Now has 7,250 miles. I already took it to a car show, so I’m having fun with it. Cond. # 3 +.