1956 Ford T-700 All-Wheel Drive Truck

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Mileage: 28,000
Price: US $28,000.00


This is the only known 1956 all-wheel drive 10 wheeler, which for its level of rarity is a reasonable price.
At this age in this rarity in the car world, you’ll be paying far more but the advantage with this type of vehicle is that it is ex-military so it’s a good guess that it will probably last another 50 years with ease.

The truck is the same as an F-700 except it has an additional powered rear axle with power divider (original from factory).
Equipped with factory original Coleman 6×6 All-Wheel Drive Conversion
28,000 Original Miles
Winch (20,000 lb. PTO Driven)
Factory Power Steering
Power Brakes
361 V8 FE Block Engine (Truck comes with original rebuilt 332 V8 Engine ready to go)
Original Omaha Diamond Plate Body with Sloped Tool Box Also Included


Originally owned by Air Force and used at the White Sands proving ground in New Mexico. It had a soil boring drill mounted on the back which the Air Force used it until the late 1970’s when it was sold at a government auction. I purchased it from a New Mexico truck dealer in 2001 and had it shipped to Massachusetts. The truck is currently registered and has a clean Massachusetts title. Because the truck is from New Mexico it is 100% RUST FREE.

This is an extremely rare truck. There are not many 1956 Ford 10 wheelers in existence and this is the only known 1956 all-wheel drive 10 wheeler. The fact that the truck was not left out in a moist climate makes it that much more special. Since I have owned the truck it has been stored inside and has only been driven to truck shows and parades.


Rebuilt Front Axle (Parts are still readily available from Coleman)
Rebuilt Power Steering Piston
Rebuilt Brake Booster
Rebuilt Power Divider

New Master Cylinder

All New Brake Cylinders (There are 12 of them)

All New Brake Lines

New Fuel Lines

New Windshield Wiper Motor
New Radiator
New Heater Core
New Firestone Traction Tires (All 10 Tires)

The original non-synchronized transmission was replaced with a 5 speed heavy duty synchronized transmission from another 1956 ford truck. The transmission that was installed was available with the truck as an option.

Frame and wheels were stripped and painted with 3 coats of DuPont self-etching primer followed by 3 coats of DuPont Emron paint.

The cab and grill is the original black and white paint from the factory (ready to be painted the color of your choice). The interior is all original, including the seat which is 100% perfect. The only thing that is not original is someone painted the inside of the doors blue.



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