Muscle Truck: 1990 Chevrolet 454 SS

Some manufacturers hide the performance credentials of their offerings behind a veil of subtlety, creating vehicles that are genuine sleepers. Chevrolet felt no such need for our feature Pickup because the “SS 454” decals gracing its flanks leave no… more»

Custom Conversion! 2009 Dodge Charger Hemi Muscle Truck

In the world of custom auto creations, some attempts seem to come out better than others, and in the case of this 2009 Dodge Charger made into a truck, the results are sort of middle-of-the-road in my humble opinion. … more»

Same Family 33 Years! 1966 Ford F100 Pickup

To find a pickup that’s been in the same family for the last 33 years is a good start if you’re on the quest for a vintage truck, but when it’s pushing 60 years old and still looks as… more»

Clean 4WD 5-Speed: 1984 Chevrolet S-10

With the cost factors and sheer size of many modern-day trucks, it’s refreshing to sometimes revisit the days when pickups were more affordable and generally smaller, yet still capable of performing most hauling tasks their owners were expecting while… more»

Significant Mods! 1946 Ford Hot Rod Pickup

A couple of days ago, I suggested that a hot rod conversion was a likely fate for Ford vehicles of a particular era – primarily from the ’30s decade. Some readers took exception to my suggesting that old Fords… more»

350-Equipped: 1956 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

Classic Pickups are prime candidates for custom builds. The chassis engineering and a generally cavernous engine bay allow an owner to slot something large and powerful under the hood without compromising structural integrity. A previous owner commenced turning this… more»

27k Mile Muscle Truck: 1990 Chevrolet 454 SS

Chevrolet almost managed to achieve a subtle approach with our feature Pickup. Its black exterior color scheme and restrained badges don’t scream that it is anything beyond a rather attractive 1990 C1500. The company then slapped bold “454 SS”… more»

A Worthy Project: 1931 Ford Model A Pickup

In one of the mysteries of life, Model A Ford prices are on the rise.  This is in almost direct contrast to the rest of the prewar herd.  Why is that?  Perhaps the simple, elegant simplicity that made the… more»

Patina Lovers! 1947 GMC EC-102 Pickup

Deciding which path to follow with a project build can be challenging, especially for a candidate like this 1947 GMC EC-102 Pickup. It wears a consistent coat of surface corrosion, but its solid nature makes it a prime candidate… more»

Chevillac? Custom 1975 Chevrolet C10

We’ve featured quite a few customs here on Barn Finds, where somebody with a vision takes two cars and makes them into one, and arguably some turn out better than others.  At times, a whole different body is put… more»

Sweet Shop Truck: 1965 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

The seller of this 1965 Chevrolet C10 bills it as a Rat Rod, but I almost think that’s selling it a bit short as I typically imagine something that looks more pieced together on the outside when hearing that… more»

BF Auction: 1971 Ford F-100 Pickup

UPDATE – The reserve has been met! This one is going to a new home. With classic Pickups continuing to enjoy a strong following, finding a candidate for restoration or preservation becomes challenging. Each potential buyer will have a… more»

Exceptionally Solid: 1951 Ford F-1 Pickup

It is common for older Pickups to suffer rust issues, but this is not due to poor design. The type of life they generally lead exposes them to adverse conditions, and rot seems almost inevitable. That is why this… more»

A Patina You Can’t Buy: 1938 Ford Pickup

As time marches on, we see fewer and fewer original prewar vehicles.  Nearly all of the ones in good condition have been restored once or twice by now.   In the infrequent event that a truly original vehicle in presentable… more»

Cool Custom: 1950 Chevrolet 3100 4X4

Up for grabs here is sort of an unusual pairing, but it’s a pretty cool offering and overall the builder seems to have hit the mark.  This is what happens when you combine the chassis from a Chevrolet K15… more»

One-Family Owned 1973 International 1210 Pickup

Adaptability was a key element for the International Light Line D-Series trucks, with a wider choice of wheelbase options available than any of its competitors at the time, plus buyers could even choose a chassis-only and transform it into… more»