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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by J.Ukrop, May 2, 2014.

  1. 34 definitely. Simpler.
     
  2. This one still does it for me! HRP

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  3. bowie
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    I'll take one of each! They both have a good vibe, in my book.
     
  4. continentaljohn
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    I dig the 34s so much I have 2 20140402_104445.jpg 20131109_161222.jpg
     
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  5. woodz
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    Hands down the 34. Its my kind of truck.
     
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    You can't help but like these things. They tend to grow on you. I am cheating a wee bit though, this is a '32. :rolleyes:
     
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  7. DaveC28
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    Got to be the 34. But I'm biased.
     
  8. i like the idea of the small block in the 34, but if i have to choose, it would be anything with a small block over a flathead.
     
  9. alittle1
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    1940 was a nice year for pickups.
     

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  10. alittle1
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    What I started with 13 years ago.
     

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  11. countrytravler
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    my 34 Dodge
    340-6 pak
    727
    391-gears back and forth
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  12. countrytravler
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  13. I would have to go '34...
     
  14. fab32
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    After owning a '34 for many years I would be a traitor if I didn't pick the '34. As we all know the '32-'34 were for practical purposes virtually the same maybe we should throw in an extra couple years to further bias the vote.

    Frank
     
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  15. I like the way you think Frank! :D HRP
     
  16. countrytravler
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    Milkcan 2008.jpg
    1937 Plymouth P/U slightly modified:)
     
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  17. Both ! I would of said the 35 [Im biased] but its got a scrub motor in it..
     

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  18. MoparJoel
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    IMO Mid-late fifties are best years for all truck makes 1957 Dodge and Chevy and 1956 Ford

    my 57 Mopar
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  19. UNSHINED 2
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    I love the looks of the 34 ---- but I love the feel of a 56 and the 56 for the utility side. I'm torn:confused:
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  20. RamJet1
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    Between the two choices, that '35 is killer!
     
  21. countrytravler
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    At a local car show-1935 1st series Dodge P/U

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  22. I like the 34! 35's 6 and 7's never did much for me.
     
  23. InstantT
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    Tough choice, but given the two I would be driving the 35.
    Did I say driving? I meant Hot-Dogging!!!
     
  24. Abebummy26
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    36-40 d2 international harvester


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  25. Nobey
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    You know Joey this is an interesting chose you're asking us to make. Especially
    when you pull Freddy Teixeira's truck out of your hat. Back in the mid 60's at
    Fresno Dragway's Freddy would line up each week next to Denver Schutz, Denver
    had a 33 Ford pickup. Both trucks had magazine coverage, and goth were flat out
    gorgeous. I'm on the fence with this one, would have taken either home. I know you
    said 34 Ford, but the deferences between 33 & 34 are so subtle I thought it okay to
    mention.
     
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  26. 40FORDPU
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    A fan of all Ford pickups.
    Styling choice on the '34, suits my taste more.
     
  27. b-bob
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    The 34 for sure.
     
  28. classiccarjack
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    I like them both, but for my own personal taste, give me a 1937 or 1938 Plymouth Truck or a 1936-1937 Dodge Truck. Flathead Six powered or fenderless with a Chrysler 331 or 354.

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  29. Jeff34
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    I'd say '34, but I'm very biased.... 20151023_205313814_iOS.jpg
     
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