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  1. Roothawg
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    Been looking at the hot rod pickup thread and so I decided to post my favorite body style of all time. The 35-36 pickup. I'm looking for pics of full fendered, traditional hot rod pickups. Here's a few pics of guys that got it right.

    Gene-winfield-1935-ford-truck34.jpg Gene-winfield-1935-shoptruck-hatfield2.jpg Gene-winfield-1935-shoptruck-hatfield3.jpg Gene-winfield-1935-shoptruck-hatfield7.jpg jerry currys pu.jpg Jesus-valencia-1936-ford.jpg Jesus-valencia-1936-ford4.jpg 1935-1941-ford-car-truck-7.jpg green36.jpg
     
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    Love those 35-36 pickups--Roseville Carl on here has a nice one too.
     

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    Don't let the cute look fool you , it's got a snarly 286 flathead under the hood. IMG_0428.JPG
     
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    My present version not too hot but working for me over the past 12 yrs. with another warmer Y block version very early in the works.





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    Root,
    Looks like you're doing some kind of research there!
     
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    Nah, I have had one all my life, so I collect pics along the way.
     
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    from Denver, Co

    This gets me fired up, I have most of one sitting on a friends farm, a 53 Merc flathead that needs rebuilding, and a bunch of time, now, if I could get off my ass.
     
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    Who's got a pic of Jeem's truck?
     
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    Thats a new twist and its different, this 35 has a passenger grille on it.
     
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    His is a 37, but close enough.
    jeem.jpg
     
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    This one is kinda street roddy, but man the fit and finish is off the charts!!!!
    1935-ford-tina-diaz-bed-open-1.jpg 1935-ford-tina-diaz-left-profile-1.jpg 1935-ford-tina-diaz-rear-view-1.jpg 1935-ford-tina-diaz-three-quarter-view.jpg
     
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    How about the recent black project from Austin Speed Shop?
     
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    Have to steal some from the build thread.
     
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    Ask and ye shall receive.........
    Austin Speed Shop 1.jpg Austin Speed Shop 2.jpg
     
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    Mr. FlamedAbone's p/u. Abones truck.jpg
     
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  25. Been thinking about selling my A pickup and upgrading to a 32-36 ford. This thread is good timing. I'm leaning towards a 35-36.

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    You should, the only thing Henry should have done was lowered the lid 2".
     
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    We pulled this one out of the barn in the background several years ago. '36 with '35 wire wheels IMG_0359.JPG


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    I don't know if any one noticed that my 36 has a 35 cab, notice the difference on the A pillars , the 35 ends rather sharply at the cowl and the 36 blends into the cowl more smoothly. My truck came from the factory this way [ 3 owners] The reason being, my truck has a very early production number , and it looks like the shrewd old Henry used leftover 35 cabs on the very early runs. IMG_0428.JPG
     
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