“In restoring my 1941 Ford Pickup, I found my frame was a total rust bucket. I was intending to put a Mustang II front end in it and started looking for a new frame with Mustang II front end. I found that TCI had such with rear end and brakes and bought the whole package. As a novice on front ends I was concerned when it arrived all apart. Using their step by step directions I got everything put together and now I have the cab and bed attach to the frame. The only complaint I have is all the bolt holes are metric. Would have been nice to know before I tried using the bolts I had to attaché the cab and bed.” - William David Short, 1941 Ford Pickup
1941 Ford Pickup owned and built by William David Short.
Equipped with Total Cost Involved (TCI) coil spring IFS and parabolic leaf spring rear chassis.
1966 289 Ford engine with Automatic C5 Transmission
The truck was my wife’s dad’s Farm truck and was in sad shape when we brought it home.
I replaced the floor pans, a section of the rear of the cab, the back rear bottom sections of the cab, and the bed.