Rat Rod Project? 1936 Chevrolet ½ Ton Pickup

The fact that this 1936 Chevrolet ½ Ton Pickup is a project that has stalled in the very early stages could be a real blessing for the next owner. This means that the work that has been performed hasn’t… more»

Original Character: 1938 Chevrolet Short Box Pickup

I’m not sure how our readers feel about this, but one thing that doesn’t really give me any great thrill is faked patina. However, the real deal is something that I respect, because it shows that a vehicle has… more»

Unfinished: 1959 Pontiac Catalina “Custom” Pickup Project

I always admire people who take on a custom project, because they can see something special and distinctive in their mind’s eye. They often want people to recognize their creation as something distinctive and different. At the same time,… more»

Ready For Work! 1955 Mercury M350 Pickup

Finding a good, solid classic pickup that you can drive and enjoy immediately is never a bad thing, and that looks like it is precisely what you get with this 1955 Mercury M350 Pickup. After sitting unused since 1982,… more»

Parked for 30-Years: 1948 Ford F1 Pickup

This 1948 Ford F1 Pickup spent 30-years parked in a Minneapolis garage before the current owner brought it out into the light of day and revived it. There is some work to be done before it is ready to… more»

Resto or Rat Rod? 1947 Ford Pickup

This 1947 Ford Pickup came from the final year of production before the introduction of the legendary F-Series trucks. It currently cuts a forlorn figure parked in the snow, but it looks to be a solid vehicle that is… more»

Solid Classic Pickup: 1959 Ford F-100 Short Bed

This 1959 Ford F-100 Short Bed has been languishing for some time in a New Mexico barn, but it has now emerged and made the trek to El Paso, Texas. It is a straight and solid pickup that would… more»

Parked in The 1980s: 1952 Dodge “Job Rated” Pickup

We’ve seen a number of older pickups here at Barn Finds in recent times, with the vast majority of these being examples from Chevrolet and Ford. This 1952 Dodge Job Rated Pickup makes a refreshing change, and I really… more»

Big Block Hauler: 1990 Chevrolet C1500 454 SS Pickup

The layer of dust that coats the front of this 1990 C1500 454 SS Pickup indicates that it hasn’t moved for a little while. In fact, the car has been out of service for around a year and is… more»

Great Project: 1946 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup

For the person looking for a solid classic pickup restoration project, this 1946 Chevrolet might be just the ticket. It is solid and fairly straight, and some of the restoration work has already been done. Located in Post Falls,… more»

Pickup Project: 1957 Chevrolet 3200 Pickup

When you look at workhorse vehicles that are as old as this 1957 Chevrolet 3200 Pickup, you generally see a vehicle that is quite battered and bruised, with plenty of dings and dents which testify to a pretty hard… more»

Restore or Rat Rod? 1951 Chevrolet 3600 Pickup

This 1951 Chevrolet 3600 Pickup is a blank canvas for the next owner. It runs and drives, but it does need some work. It could be the basis for a restoration, a rat rod, or it could be just… more»

Restore or Rod? 1941 Ford Pickup

When it comes to legendary toughness, there aren’t many vehicles short of those used by the military that can put a good pickup to shame. The British TV series Top Gear made some pretty serious attempts to kill a… more»

Prestige Pickup: 1981 Cadillac Eldorado “El Camino”

Undertaking a custom conversion that sees a family sedan or coupe transformed into a pickup is not unusual. However, seeing such a conversion performed on a Cadillac is less common. Barn Finder Roger spotted this incredible custom for us,… more»

Parked Since 1970: 1946 Chevrolet AK Short Box Pickup

Vehicles like this 1946 Chevrolet AK Pickup are proof that history does have the ability to repeat itself. Following the end of World War II, the buying public suddenly had access to new vehicles again, and people were snapping… more»

Resto-Mod or Restore: 1942 Chevrolet AK Pickup

The Chevrolet AK Series was only in production from 1941 until 1947 and represented, for the first time, a conscious effort on the part of General Motors to give their commercial range a distinctive visual appearance which was different… more»