Trucks

Nicely Done Half-Ton: 1951 Chevrolet Series 3100

The first new Chevy trucks after World War II came out for 1947 and were referred to the Advance-Design. That was GM’s way of describing a line of trucks that were larger, stronger and sleeker in comparison to the… more»

Short Bed Survivor: 1984 Chevrolet 4WD Pickup

Square body pickups are all the range and prices are soaring. It is hard to find a good 4WD example in these trucks that is not rusty or too pricey. A 1987 GMC 4×4 Short Bed recently sold in… more»

Sport Custom: 1970 Ford F-250 4×4

It wasn’t too many years ago when a truck like this would be a fairly affordable project for someone. Since then, most trucks from this era have jumped in price. This 1970 Ford is a 3/4-ton 4×4 and can… more»

Super Sammy: 440-Powered 1986 Suzuki Samurai

The Suzuki Samurai has long been a favorite of fans of vintage Japanese cars and the off-road crowd for years, as it’s equally appealing as an affordable trail bruiser and an appreciating youngtimer classic. But one thing it’s never… more»

Luxury Hauler: 1987 Ford E350 Cabriolet

Tow vehicles come in many shapes and sizes, and most of them tend to be quite utilitarian by design. However, the occasional exception to that rule will appear on the market, and that is what we find with this… more»

Canadian Barn Find: 1949 Mercury M68 Pickup

Older pickups remain hot property in the classic market, and this is particularly true if the pickup in question is original and is also something a bit different. That’s where this 1949 Mercury M68 fits into the equation. This… more»

Boat Included: 1985 Toyota 4Runner + 1983 Skater 18S

Much has been written about the automotive movement that is embracing all things transportation-related from the 1980s and early 90s. “Rad” is a term you hear tossed around, and while it is causing a bit of a gold rush… more»

No Reserve: 1976 Ford F250 4×4 High Boy

The owner of this 1976 Ford F250 treated it to a refurbishment back in 2005. Since then, this classic has only accrued 9,000 miles, and it still presents exceptionally nicely. He has decided that the time has come to… more»

35k Miles Survivor! 1975 Chevrolet El Camino

The El Camino was a mid-size gentleman’s pickup based on the Chevelle from 1964-87. When that intermediate got redesigned in 1973, taking on a Colonnade look, so did the El Camino although the styling was less obvious as a… more»

4-Speed Wrecker: 1969 Ford F-550

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This Looks Safe! 1948 Dodge Tanker

This rather unusual-looking open 1948 Dodge tank truck was reportedly a Shell Oil truck, and thus wore the bright yellow that’s showing beneath the current blue hue. It’s listed for sale here on craigslist and is located near Minneapolis,… more»

39k Mile Survivor: 1987 Chevrolet 1500 4WD

Sometimes it is amazing what pops up on eBay. Here is a 1987 Chevrolet 4WD short wheelbase step side pickup that is located in the dry climate of Glendale, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix. The truck is black with… more»

Re-Assembly Required: 1954 Studebaker 3R Truck

In 1954, the 3R line of pick-ups replaced Studebaker’s 2R series that had been introduced after World War II. The most visible change for 1954 was they now had one-piece curved windshields rather than split panes as before. And… more»

Low Mileage Project: 1956 Land Rover Series 1

This 1956 Land Rover is a desirable Series 1 model that has clearly been laid up for some time. Details are scarce (what else is new?) but it looks like a complete truck in the hodge-podge of lousy pictures… more»

Pristine 4×4: 1981 Datsun 720 Pickup

It’s a shame there’s not more information about this incredibly nice looking 1981 Datsun 720 King Cab pickup, as it’s likely one of the best ones left and sporting some fairly choice modifications. First of all, it’s insanely rare… more»

Low Miles 1955 Ford F-250 Barn Find

This 1955 Ford F250 has been parked in a rural Kansas barn for nearly 45 years! According to the seller, his father purchased this truck in the early 1970s when it only had about 6,000 miles on the odometer…. more»