1929 Ford Huckster. DGT1785 VIN - Engine # A531785. This Huckster was in the same family for years and years. The grandfather had model As. Not sure if this was after he died or before? This Huckster was inherited by one of his daughters. They had a gas station down in Des Moines, Washington. They used the Huckster around the station mostly for advertising the gas station. They lost the lease to the gas station so she took the Model A home and it was left sitting outside for how long? And it was a mess. About 4 years ago Doug bought the Huckster. It took 2 tractors to get it out of the brush. He took it home, took it apart and started working on it. He refinished all the original wood except for the door panels. That was the only wood he replaced. Painted it and look at it now. Doug cleaned and painted the engine. He got it running and it runs great. It's beautiful. I like the little fan mounted on the dash. Not sure how it was hook up it looks to be vacuum operated? A lot of time and money was spent. I very seldom see or get a Huckster. Another fun truck to take to shows. Great for business advertising. It draws attention. Cond. # 2.
This vehicle is going in to our NO RESERVE Drager's warehouse auction
Dec 8th Mount Vernon Wa. Unless other wise sold.