83 Year Old Survivor: 1935 REO Flying Cloud

REO (Motor Cars not the band) might have gone the way of the dodo bird, but there are still a few of them out there roaming the wide open roads. Reader Jordan K recently discovered this 1935 REO Flying… more»

Grand Old Driver: 1930 REO Flying Cloud

The prices pre-war cars are selling for have really dropped and some very nice cars are being sold for very reasonable money. This REO is listed on eBay in New Providence, New Jersey. Bidding is just over $7,000 with… more»

BF Exclusive: Old REO F-20 Truck

UPDATE 9/16/16 – The owner has decided to hang onto this one instead of selling it. From Marc V – This REO truck was left in my Quonset. I know very little about it other than the tires are… more»

Project Truck Paradise: Yard Finds on eBay

Every now and again, you can find sellers on eBay that have a whole host of vehicles for sale. I noticed a seller of old trucks seemed to have access to a larger property with lots of vintage tin,… more»

Speedy Delivery: 1929 REO FD Master Speed Wagon

Believe it or not, this was a fast truck in its day. Back before the nation was criss-crossed with paved highways and an interstate system people needed a way to get their goods to market faster than using the… more»

1930 REO Milk “Bottle” Truck!

We’ve all seen old milk trucks, but when was the last time that you saw one that actually looked like a milk bottle? This unique creation is claimed to be 1 of 3 trucks built for¬†Berwick Creamery. It needs… more»

1948 REO Speedwagon: Car Hauler?

Can you imagine using this old flatbed listed here on eBay¬†as a car hauler? It’s got a tilting flatbed, so all you need to do is add a winch. There’s no reserve and bidding isn’t very high yet. It’s… more»

1948 REO Speed Wagon: Tougher Than The Band!

When Ransom E Olds sold his company to General Motors, he agreed to not use his name on another company. He named his new company REO, for Ransom Eli Olds, building cars and trucks from 1905 to 1975. Mr…. more»

Big Red Fire Truck: 1923 REO Speedwagon

It’s hard to explain what is so fascinating about fire trucks, maybe it’s the size, the bright red paint, or the fact that they save lives. Whatever it is, there is just something cool about them. Part of what… more»