The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Radio Joe, Jul 3, 2009.
39 chevy. You could buy those "beds" to install in your coupe.
How about a 1933 Plymouth Coupe?
Hey guys- Need a truck and looking for something different.
Anyone have pictures of a car someone converted into a pickup? I know its not for everyone- just post up some cool pics if you have them.
You never said what you had available to start with.
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Another Studebaker .....
here a coupe a turned into a pickup cab , well the start of it
This would be the ultimate daily driver......
Anybody else notice the hood and roof similarities between these two pics?
No, but I did notice that big kickass feather sticking out of the biker's hat.
Rudebaker, there ya go, new idea for the stude! Im on my way with my plasma cutter and welder! Im bringing breeder along so beware! lol
I give my personal vote as the best looking car into truck on this thread. Very nice.
I like this pontiac looks cool
Here is a Desoto I found the other day. 'Taint for sale.
This was originally a 41 Ford 2 door sedan.
Truckage ideas...i built the REISCHPOST/ Ambulance, its on my site.
Thos are GREAT!
Jim that desoto is killer too! Great shots
An American version of a Desoto Ute.
I still like mine better, but it has some style! Gotta love the grille!
Good observation and this is more than likely the same car. Even the exhaust comes out in the same place under the door.
A lot of wild rigs on this post.
The Desoto is cool , although im kinda hesitant about the taint forsale , Never bought one , heck i wouldnt even know what to offer
This is a 1929 Dodge sedan made into a pickup
The picture of the Dodge above reminded me that my friend has this 23 Willys touring car that he turned into a roadster pickup in the early 50's and he still drives it .....
Had a couple of those Mainline utes, would love another.
Saw one in L.A. on the back of a car-trailer, the front clip was off it but I guess you wouldn't need to ship that part from Australia.
(Murphys Law: I had just finished telling the guy with me who was from NZ that 'ya won't see a Mainline ute in the US' when the one I mentioned above was towed past, doh!)
There was one here in N.Z. at Muscle Car Madness this year, it was satin black and still had the '57 Ranchero tail-lights.
It fooled quite a few too.
Sits behind Winfield's shop. This one made me smile...
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I know, not quite on subject but this artists rendition by Brad Leisure looks pretty darned good. Anybody got an old caddy 4 door and a 55 chevy big window cab lying around?
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