Locked in fierce competition with rival Chevrolet, Ford developed its first V-8 engine as a response to Chevy's smooth-running six-cylinder powerplant. Soon the public demanded these powerful engines, preferring them over four-cylinder motors that had powered popular Ford offerings like the Model T and the Model A.

Powerful Workhorses

Besides offering the V-8 in its cars, Ford made its eight-cylinder engines available in its trucks. The advantages were even more obvious for pickups and other trucks. More power for these American workhorses could help them accomplish more challenging tasks.

If you own one of these early Ford V-8 trucks made from 1932 to 1947, Mac's Auto Parts makes it easy to find Ford truck body parts online. After all, we were the first antique auto parts retailer to go fully interactive on the web way back in 1998.

We have streamlined our online parts catalog to make it quick, safe, simple and secure to get what you need for your early Ford pickup. Our long history as an online and bricks-and-mortar retailer of premium Ford parts means you can get the best parts at the best price here.

Body Restoration

If you've dinged your antique Ford pickup or rust has started to eat away a body part, no worries. We stock hundreds of early Ford pickup body products to make your ride look perfect again.

We've got you and your truck covered from bumper to bumper. In addition to bumpers and bumper parts, we carry products for everything in between. That includes floors made of wood or steel as well as grille inserts.

You'll also discover all the body hardware you need here, like door latches, door and hood hinges and bumper brackets. If you want to dress up your Ford truck, whether to display at car shows or show off on the street, check out our body dress-up components. These include products like billet license plate frames, chrome dummy spotlights and much more to make your ride truly unique.

Whether you're working on a small scratch or a big dent, we can provide you all the supplies you need for a quality fix. These include exterior paint, rust paint, clear coat, patches and epoxy.