Pickup

350-Equipped: 1953 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

If you’re planning to set out on a project build, commencing the process with a rock-solid foundation is always an advantage. That is the story behind this 1953 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup. The seller created a unique custom build from… more»

100 Square Body Auction June 25th! Tom Wieck Realty & Auction

Truck enthusiasts, take note!  This Saturday, June 25, Tom Wieck Realty And Auction will be hosting a huge auction of more than 100 square-body vehicles in Central Nebraska!  Tom and his wife have been in the selling business for… more»

17k Original Miles! 1975 Datsun 620 Pickup

This L’il Blue Beauty really caught my eye. Datsun owned the “minitruck” market in the 70’s and you saw these all the time. But I can’t remember the last time I saw one, much less one this well-preserved and… more»

Plenty of Parts: 1937 Plymouth PT50 Pickup

If you owned a Plymouth dealership in the 1930s and found it paired with Dodge, life was rosy. You not only had access to an excellent range of passenger vehicles but could delve into the Dodge inventory to meet… more»

Stunning Restoration: 1953 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

Most of the older Pickups we see at Barn Finds tend to be project vehicles requiring varying amounts of work. Less common are completed restorations, especially ones that present as beautifully as this 1953 Chevrolet 3100. While it probably… more»

Owned For 50 Years: 1955 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

The 1955 model year saw Chevrolet transition from its aging Advance Design commercial range to the more modern and aggressively styled Task Force series. Reflecting passenger car trends of the era, the buying public eagerly embraced the new model…. more»

Hard Work Done: 1966 GMC Pickup

With classic pickups continuing to experience increasing popularity in today’s market, project vehicles can be highly sought. Whether potential buyers plan a faithful restoration or a custom build, locating the right candidate before someone beats you to the punch… more»

Ready To Roll: 1939 Chevrolet Master ½-Ton Pickup

Regular readers will look at this 1939 Chevrolet Master ½-Ton Pickup and recognize why I find it so appealing. The seller has returned this classic to a roadworthy state and only made changes to ensure that it is safe… more»

One Family Owned: 1966 Ford Bronco Half Cab Pickup

We see an eclectic mix of classics here at Barn Finds, with one of the more popular being Ford’s First Generation Bronco. While never deemed the sales success the company hoped for when new, the Bronco’s stakes have risen… more»

No Reserve Garage Find: 1929 Ford Model A Pickup

While it isn’t perfect, this 1929 Ford Model A Pickup presents well enough that its next owner could drive it essentially untouched to enjoy the classic motoring experience. The seller recently unearthed it in a private collection, and it… more»

Saturday Night Cruiser: 1959 Chevrolet Apache 31

While original classic pickups from the 1950s can prove eye-catching when fully restored, the driving experience can be less than ideal. Considered acceptable when new, they can lack the power and poise of later offerings. That’s where vehicles like… more»

37k Documented Miles: 1978 Datsun 620 Deluxe Pickup

UPDATE 02/13/2022: We’ve seen a few vehicles arrive on our desks in recent weeks here at Barn Finds that I would class as “repeat offenders.” That means that we have featured them before, and they have either failed to… more»

302/4-Speed Estate Sale Find! 1969 Ford F-100

Of course, the concept is sad to think about, but estate sales have proven to be great venues to find decades-old vehicles that the owners loved and had no intention of selling during their lifetime.  A case in point… more»

Street Legal ’23 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup Drag Racer!

I’m guessing Henry Ford realized pretty quickly that original buyers of his Model T cars and trucks were often converting his creations into some diverse applications to fit their own specific needs. Back in the early days, quite a… more»

Japanese Rarity: JDM 1989 Nissan Diesel 4×4

The Datsun automobile brand has been around for nearly a hundred years, with its inception dating back to 1931.  Three years later, in 1934, Datsun began producing trucks, although the Datsun name was dropped for the U.S. market in… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1967 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

While rust repair panels for classic pickups are readily available and inexpensive, the idea of commencing a project build with a rust-free vehicle is an attractive thought. That is the opportunity that is on offer with this 1967 Chevrolet… more»