After Ford discontinued the Model BB in 1934, the company continued to produce pickups and trucks based on their concurrent full-size models. This family of trucks saw a range of variants such as COE (Cab-Over Engine), stake bed, flat bed, pickup, and panel truck. Initially, the Pre-War Pickups were only available with V8 engines, but in 1941, an inline six option was offered. Production of civilian models stopped in early 1942 due to WW2, and restarted for the 1946 model year. Examples built after the war were mechanically identical to 1942 versions, yet with mildly updated styling. Production continued until 1947 in order for Ford to finalize the Pre-War Pickup's replacement, the Ford F-Series. Pre-War Pickups were built mirroring mechanical developments on the full-size Ford platform, although not always the styling.
Q: What is the highest sale price of a Ford Pre-War Pickups?
A: The highest recorded sale was $206,250 for a 1941 Ford Custom Pickup on December 05 2020.
Q: What was the lowest recorded sale price for a Ford Pre-War Pickups?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $7,500 for a 1946 Ford 3/4 Ton Flatbed on July 20 2017.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Ford Pre-War Pickups?
A: The average price of a Ford Pre-War Pickups is $36,110.
Q: What years was the Ford Pre-War Pickups sold?
A: The Ford Pre-War Pickups was sold for model years 1935 to 1947.