Rare 1947 Roundside Pickup!! In 1947, Powel Crosley brought back the pickup truck, based on the sedan body, and installed his then famous CoBra motor (Copper Braised, aka "The Mighty Tin") which produced a whopping 26 Hp out of its 44 CID. Famous for his radios, refrigerators, and owning the Cincinnati Reds, Powel Crosley set out to make an affordable line of cars and small trucks for people in his own small plant. Cost new was $1,007.00. This is the only year of the Roundside with production of 3,182 units. This vehicle is in exceptional condition with an older restoration. The truck runs and drives perfectly!! Only 37,918 miles on the odometer.
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