The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by bulletproof1, Mar 30, 2006.
anyone have pics? 1930ish
Heres one of a friend of mine. Its on a C30 chassis big block great thing.
Its been on here before, but you asked.
Walker the owner/builder of the Diamond T has a fast and loud 1958? bastard alfa single seat roadster that really pisses off the local purist Alfa/Ferrari club in Seattle. I won't waste band width on it, but I really like the turned dash and the fabbed side exhaust. The side car makes it track like shit, but its the only way to take a passenger. I think it weighs under 1400lbs, I know my dad and I have slid it around the shop floor when it was in the way.
Can anyone post some pictures of the dash? As I remember Diamond T's had really cool dashboards.
Yes they do. I collect Diamond T gauges. Not enough room for the whole trucks.
Man this is like a message from the vintage tin god, I saw one for sale yesterday and didn't take the time to stop. I'll take photos. used to drive by what looked like a diamond T pickup never stopped, but was pissed when I saw it being loaded as I drove by one day
there is one for sale on e-bay right noe. It looks rust free and only $200 in North Dakota.
My dad had a 48 Diamond T one ton pickup.
The first thing I got to drive and my first brake job...
Shared a lot of parts with a Hyster forklift.
There's a magazine called Vintage Trucks. They just did a feature on one, very stylish.
I've always wanted one. Someday...
A friend's 1946 Diamond T fire truck.
Last fall I was walking down a street in Portland and spotted a truck behind a fence. I walked around the corner and among other things found this Diamond-T.
This was the guys third truck project and a fourth was waiting in his back yard.
The split screen and roof remind me of a B17 cockpit. VERY cool trucks.
This truck is NICE! It was at Starbirds Witchita show 2 or 3 years ago.
can anyone tell me what these are worth came out of a 40s diamond t truck thanks jack
guess i'll post mine again. there's a '34 on seattle craigslist right now for $4700. good metal, bad wood. just do google, images, diamond t for tons of pics. the black one started out as the rusty semi.
Just another old truck.
I really like this one built by a guy in the Seattle area.
hi heres my ones
Here are a couple of pics of a 1933 Diamond T I just finished lettering.Not quite finished yet. Next truck I'm doing for this customer is a 1934 International 4 door searchlight truck;supposedly the last one of it's kind. Pics when it is striped.
safariknut: Nice Work! Cool Diamond T.
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