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Features The '40/41 Pickup

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Ryan, May 25, 2016.

  1. Ebbsspeed
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    Here's my old one, built it in the early 80's, sold it in the mid 90's to a buddy in Iowa. Should have kept it. This picture is a couple months old. It's still got the Lucite acrylic paint I shot on the cab, hood and front fenders.
    40 Ford.jpg
     
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  2. Oops, forgot about that
     

  3. Billy Winburn is the owner. Sweet truck!
     
  4. Do Panels count? This is my friend's '40 1/2 ton commercial truck. Lives just outside of town from me. IMG_20160325_165145_231.jpg
     
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  5. hasty
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    Did you ever finish your 38 coupé Ryan? Last time I heard anything you were swapping the SBC for a flathead. Looked like a nice car. Are there any pictures?
     
  6. ANDEREGG TRIBUTE
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  7. Ryan
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    Not a flathead... a blown y-block... It's a long term project... It's sitting right beside me as I type.
     
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  8. hasty
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    Ooooh - sounds nice. Look forward to hearing more when there is something to tell.
     
  9. the-rodster
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    I picked up this really nice 41 a couple years ago, for $700.

    1941 ford pickup.jpg
     
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  10. 1great40
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    • Here's mine at Mikes garage in Amherst NH a couple seasons DSCN7558_zpsa0ba7d06.jpg back
     
  11. wldtrout
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    my 40.JPG PICT0012.JPG Here is one I finished for a customer in November.



    my 40.JPG
    I liked it so much I bought one for myself
     
  12. Hamtown Al
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    Ryan,
    A 35-40 car chassis, a 40-47 pickup cab, a 40-41 pkp hood, and you are done; except for the drive train which I'm sure you can figure out. Folks in MO will take care of a bed and you could use glass rear fenders... fronts, too, for that matter but could probably snag a pair of 40 fenders off a car and make them work. Don't try to make a 42-47 chassis work.
    COULD build one on that 38 chassis that is sitting there... just sayin';)

    Al
     
  13. woody jim
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    HERES ONE THAT I DRIVE 100_0797.JPG 100_0798.JPG 100_1001.JPG
     
  14. Boatmark
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    Cleaning my garage, and found a box of Rodders Journal's lost in the last move.

    I was literally re-reading the article on Barnett's pickup when I opened this thread. Weird.

    I've always loved that truck. I've always wanted a 40-41 pickup, but am unfortunately to tall and too wide to make one a daily commuter. Only time I've wished I was short.

    All these photos of beeautiful trucks are killing me. . . . . !!!!!
     
  15. Duellym
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    I have yet to figure out how you guys stuff such big motors int ot these things. I guess I have much to learn.

    Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
     
  16. exterminator
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  17. exterminator
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    I have posted this on other posts. 40 at El Mirage.jpg
     
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  18. Bader2
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    Bader2

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    Bader2

  20. Bader2
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    The wheels are worth more than that!
     
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  21. deucetruck
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    I like these.
    40 ford pickup - 3.jpg 40 ford pickup - albers.jpg 40 ford pickup - 11.jpg
     
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  23. if you only knew......post - at - some point - to follow......"what is it worth"
     
  24. Blade58
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    vermaechtnis-1941-ford-pickup-custom-by-boyd-coddington-2700.jpg Some may remember this one seen in American Hot Rod on TLC
     
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  25. theHIGHLANDER
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  26. vettes2
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    Always wanted one. When I was looking for one to buy, I saw this "Shop Truck" and it was exactly what I wanted. Owned it for several years now. Always fun cruising around in it. Screen Shot 2016-05-26 at 7.12.33 AM.png
     
  27. mgtstumpy
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    Just posted these on 40 Ford thread 40PU.JPG 40PU2.JPG
     
  28. I think Ryan missed this the first time around.
     
  29. straykatkustoms
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    Monkey owns one of my all time favorite pick ups..

    1395138_678400828839752_962732522_n.jpg


    tumblr_o221bzmPPS1r6jd4jo1_1280.jpg
     

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