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What is a 1934 Ford Pickup Truck Worth?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by chstitans42, Sep 6, 2013.

  1. chstitans42
    Joined: Feb 7, 2011
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    from Anna, TX

    Have a chance to trade for a 1934 Ford Truck. Driver's quality paint, complete running and driving truck, running a chevy 350 with 350 auto trans, late 70s steering column and blazer front and rear suspension with a Ford 9 bolt rear end. I guess condition wise you could call it a driver, but needing work. I will post pics when I get them, but would you say it is worth around $6,000?
    I am a Chevy guy so I know pretty much Nothing about Fords. Thanks!


    EDIT:
    I did not trade for it. Check it out on the link below. Looks like a hack job to me
    http://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/bar/4044823058.html
     
    Last edited: Sep 11, 2013
  2. diffenitly , people sell cabs for 4,000
     
  3. Pimpin37zephyr
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  4. propwash
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    I assume you've already gotten yourself over there with your fistful of cash. If you're still wavering, give me the phone number - I'd be happy to acquire a running, rodded 34 pickup for less than $10k
     

  5. 31Apickup
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    You need to post a picture, a Blazer front end certainly doesn't go under a 34.
     
  6. Solospeedshop
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    Mine Is A Old Custom & Patina! I have been offered 25K & Not For Sale $6000.00 If not a rust bucket $$ to be made! Bill
     

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  7. tfeverfred
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    I thought I was the only one that caught that.:D
     
  8. Squablow
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    Is it on it's original frame? Does it have fenders? Title? If this is a cab stuck on a Blazer chassis without a correct title, you've got $1500 worth of parts and $100 worth of scrap.

    If it's a mostly complete truck with some 70's rod work that just needs to be swapped out, it could be a great deal.

    But not even CLOSE to enough info to determine value. Pics will tell the story.
     
  9. I need to see this with a blazer front end on it that has to look crazy.
     
  10. chstitans42
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    Good point. I will let you guys know tomorrow if I can get them to show me some more pics. Stay Tuned!
     
  11. With a Blazer suspension it sounds like a rat rod. That wouldn't' be worth much.
     
  12. FiddyFour
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    either a rat rod, OR they turned it into a 4x4 mud runner :eek:
     
  13. metlmunchr
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    GM also made 2WD S-10 Blazers so I'm wondering if its an S10 frame swap??? Not exactly something that would enhance the value.
     
  14. aojo
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    So what are you "trading" for this truck?? Or did you mean buy? If the body is unmolested and in decent shape dent and rust wise $6,000 looks like a good buy.
     
  15. chstitans42
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  16. junk
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    Definitely an interesting way to f up a cab. I think passing on that was a good move.


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  17. chstitans42
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    That is what I thought. Just because you had a blazer chassis laying around does not mean you should throw your ford cab on it.
     
  18. Wow what a mess!
     
  19. 55Hydramatic
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    Well from the recent info I've gotten on here about a cab I found.....that is no way a 34 cab! Run don't walk from that thing!
     
  20. Says in the ad that it's a 37, why did you think it was a 34?

    Mick
     
  21. Panel Pete
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    Hey, someone used one of Ronald McDonald's old suits to make the interior! Looks like someone is looking for a sucker to help them feel better about the $19,000 mistake they made.
     
  22. chstitans42
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    I was told one thing and the ad says something different. Regardless of the year, I would have passed on it
     
  23. About as ugly as they come,nothing about that truck is 34. HRP
     
  24. Come on Guys - It has a CORVETTE motor !!!! says so right in the ad!

    And "REAL" air ride
     
  25. brad chevy
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    Send him a sympathy card and keep looking.
     
  26. jmpowie
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    I would check the glove box for cash he said he had 19k in it. There is no way he's got that in parts.
     
  27. chstitans42
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