The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 41rodderz, Jun 4, 2019.
Nice. Shop , trucks and cars. All
There has been a few '59 , '60 Ford's for sale locally that might have been intriguing.
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This is the beginning of my kustom shop truck. It'll have dummy spots, kickstand lake pipes, '58 Ford taillights, frenched antennas, tonneau cover and obligatory door lettering.
Those trucks are growing on me. Not the biggest Ford fan but I am changing.
My pickup bringing the nailhead home for my 32 cabriolet.
My workhorse, Gotta love a good truck
Was 1948 For GM as well as Ford a more stout frame then pre 1948 ? Material thickness as well as the side wall of frame or should i get a towel because I am all wet ? Seriously ?
Is that an original Connecticut truck? Truck come from the south? The body looks great. Or a few body repairs over the years ?
Fords used the same basic frame design from '42-'52.
Picking up my “new to me” trailer yesterday and hauling some furniture a few weeks ago. I love using an old truck to do truck stuff. It just feels right.
I saw this "Bonneville Speedway Service Vehicle" at a local cruise in over the weekend. LS powered but I'd drive it.
That's neat. Cool to tow a vintage race car with.
Agreed. Nice to have something different at the stoplight.
Here ya go.
The more I look at this pic the more it is intrigues me.
Credit to whoever photographed the ladies ...errrr I mean these fine trucks .
The bottom truck is probably where I will start .
My current "waiting it's turn" project which will definitely be user friendly as a shop truck
I have hauled stuff in my 41 but it doesn't hold much with fuel cell and battery in the back
This neat 62 dodge showed up last night to buy some parts
Wait, wait, wait!!!!! Who's the chick getting chiggers on her butt behind the somewhat blue truck? What kind of truck is that anyway?
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That is a sweet Dodge. I need something that is going to get scratched up. At least the bed. Now I regret selling about 3 of my former pick ups . I had a 1959 Chevy original 64,111 mile truck.es ex school board maintenance
truck, a 1941 International short bed and a 1931 Ford pick up hot rod....
It had a leaning tower of power in it, 3 spd on the column, California truck and was solid.
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