1952 Ford F1, Robert Braxton, built by Premier Street Rod

“We had great success with TCI. Their chassis is awesome! The driving experience behind the truck is absolutely amazing. It rides, handles and performs very well”

– Ross Logsdon, Premier Street Rods, 1951 Ford F1

1951 Ford F1 Premier Street Rod Rob Logsdon

 

1952 Ford F1, Robert Braxton, built by Premier Street Rod

Build Specs


  • Frame: Total Cost Involved
  • Front Suspension: Total Cost Involved IFS, 2-inch dropped spindle, RideTech
  • Steering Box: Total Cost Involved power rack
  • Front Brakes: GM 11-inch discs, Wilwood master cylinder, proportioning valve, and 7-inch dual-diaphragm booster
  • ShockWave air shocks, antiroll bar
  • Front Wheels: 18×8.5 U.S. Mags Rambler U111. Rear Wheels: 18×10 U.S. Mags Rambler U111
  • Front Wheels: 18×8.5 U.S. Mags Rambler U111. Rear Wheels: 18×10 U.S. Mags Rambler U111
  • Rearend / Ratio: Currie 9-inch / 4.11:1, Truetrac limited slip
  • Rear Suspension: Four-link, RideTech ShockWave air shocks, antiroll bar, Panhard bar
  • Rear Brakes: GM 11-inch discs
  • Engine: BluePrint Engines Ford 347, bored, stroked, balanced, blueprinted, 10.0:1 hypereutectic pistons, forged I-beam connecting rods, hydraulic roller camshaft
  • Heads: BluePrint Engines aluminum
  • Horsepower: 400
  • Transmission: Art Carr’s California Performance Transmission Ford AOD
  • Links


  • https://www.hotrod.com/articles/1951-ford-f-1-went-farm-truck-vegas-show-star/
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2k1pmSFjNE