John's PICKUP TRUCK Pictures
from 1910 to 1973
This page covers 1950 to 1954

 
 

This Antique Truck has set the standard for others to follow.
It is a REAL CLASSY Truck

Graphis by John Evans owner of Coventry Studios Click here to visit their site
1941 Ford
Graphics by John Evans

 
 
 

A Brief History on the Pickup Truck



 
 

Pickup trucks as we know them go back to the early days of the automobile industry.
The first civilian Dodge Brothers' Commercial was the famous Screenside which was a  military ambulance converted to the Dodge Brothers famous Commercial Screenside Panel. 
Dodge Brothers Company entered into an agreement with the Graham Brothers Company in 1921 whereby the Grahams would manufacture one and 1 1/2 ton trucks from mechanical parts supplied by Dodge and with cabs and bodies manufactured in the Graham's plants.
Graham Brothers built the 1924 3/4 ton Dodge Brothers' pickup. 

Also in  1918 Chevrolet brought out it's model 490 Light Delivery chassis cowl. The chassis cowl consists of the painted metal parts. The wooden cab and pickup type body were purchased from an aftermarket manufacturer.
The 1921 Chevrolet 490 Roadster Pickup's cargo box was also an aftermarket item.
This practice of using an aftermarket continued fir the 1927 and 1928 models.

The first Ford pickups to hit the streets was in the mid 1920s. Back then they came in one color, one model, and without much equipment.
On April 25, 1925 the Ford Motor Company introduced their first factory produced pickup truck. The Ford model T Runabout with Pickup Body was successful with over 33,800 of them being sold. 
The Closed Cab version of the pickup was introduced in 1928. This truck featured an all steel cab with roll up windows in its doors.
The Open Cab Model A Pickup was dressed up by using a car type nickel plated grille surround and headlights in 1928 and 29. The red wheels and while wall tires also add a nice touch.
It seemed the writing was on the wall back then. From the early beginning the pickup truck was strictly a work vehicle.
Things stayed this way until the mid to late 1950's when most of the manufactures started to add car like features. 
This practice changed the automobile industry forever.
The pickup truck was never the same work horse again.
Even with their high gas consumption they continue to be some of the best selling vehicles of all North American manufactures.
 


 

 
A number of years ago I saw a one page calendar that showed all the Ford 
pickup trucks from the first one to the present day. I thought , what a nice idea.
I thought that I might try something similar with some of the car pictures I have collected.
I have been collecting pictures of Studebaker, Packard Nash,
Hudson, Jeeps and pickup trucks for some time now and I first wrote a web 
page on the Studebaker.
Then one on Jeeps , Packard and the Hudson and Nash  followed.
Next came the Kieser and Henry J.
Now I with the help of one of my visitors have written on on the Crosley
Now I thought I would try a web page on the Pickup Trucks
of the 1940's to the 1960's.
I also included some panel trucks and early SUV's of this period.
They just seemed to fit right in with the pickups.

These pictures came for a number of sources including 
web pages of the manufacture, news groups and my own.
Since most of these pictures came from news groups there may 
be a chance that your car is shown here.

I would like to invite any one that has a favorite Pickup Truck of 
this period to E mail me a copy. johnmacdoanld@summerville-novascotia.com

This page was last updated on Dec 29, 2016
 


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This is probably the most famous Hood Ornament used on a Pickup truck
but when it comes to old Pickup trucks not many would disagree that
this is what it's all about.
 
 

This Antique Truck has set the standard for others to follow.
It is a REAL CLASSY Truck
 
 

Because this page has grown to such a size I decided to set it up in three separate pages.

The first one show the trucks from 1911 to 1949.
This one will show trucks from 1950 to 1959 and
the last page from 1960 to 1973



 
 
 

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 1911 to 1949
 1960 to 1973

 

The above link will take you to a page that shows the grills for Ford Pickup Trucks from 1957 to 1967
I decided to do this page to help people identify these trucks.
These pictures were submitted by Steve McCoy of Sacramento, California.

1950 to 1954


The 1950  Tempo Matador
These vans are not Volkswagens but they used the Volkswagen 24 hp Engine in post war production.
The first series of pictures is a camper van. This is a 1950 Tempo based campervan. 
It is based on a 1950 Tempo Matador 24 hp VW Engine
The second van shown is a 1950 Tempo Matador Van
 
Maurice Klok of the Netherlands has given me permission to use these pictures.
Both of these vehicles are offered for sale on his web site.
http://www.kieftenklok.nl/
And detailed pictures of each can be seen at
http://picasaweb.google.com/www.kieftenklok.nl/VidalEnSohnTempoMatadorHcohraumkastenwagen#
http://picasaweb.google.com/www.kieftenklok.nl/1950tempocamper#
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
And that Volkswagen Engine
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950 Chevrolet 3100 Suburban
1950 Dodge 3/4 Ton
 
1950 Ford
1950 Chevrolet 3100
   
 1950 Studebaker
 1950 Studebaker
 
 
1950 Chev Sedan Delivery
 1950 Chevy Suburban
   
 1950 Chev Sedan Delivery
 1950 Fargo Panel .
   
 1950 Dodge Highlander
 1950 Dodge Highlander
   
 1950 3100 Series Chevy.
This picture was submitted by Gerald Mink, Corsicana, Texas
Gerald made the following comments.

"I learned to drive in a 49 like this.  The pickup is all original, 85k miles, still 6 volt and still has the original interior minus the headliner which rotted out.  The body is extremely straight all that is not there is the wood in the bed because the original owner had it covered with a sheet of metal.  I am in the process of restoring it and want to keep it as original as possible.  I would like to find a set of 1950 license plates so I can register it as an original.  If you or anyone you know can help I would appreciate it very much." 
"Oct 7, 2012"
Gerald just let me know that he no longer owns this truck but did get a set of 1950 Texas Farm Truck plates. Is is trying to sell thise plave and if anyone has a use for them liet me know and i will put you in contact with Gerald. 

 1950 Ford
   
 1950 Chevrolet Flatbed
 1950 Chevrolet Panel Van
 
 
 1950 Chevrolet
 1950 Chevrolet
 
 
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 1950 Chevrolet
 1950 Chevrolet
 This truck is owned by John Murphy.
In his words " The pickup. Smelled like rust and trouble so I had to have it."
"First day home" 
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 1950 Chevrolet
 1950 Chevrolet
 "Potential! After a little cleanup outside and a safe set of wheels it was starting to look better."
"Five years later"
"The truck originally ran with a 235 6 cylinder ( I have owned 7
of this series truck, my favorite but this is the first time I tried installing an 8 cylinder) The engine I am working on now is a 283 second year like the ones they put in Corvettes so there are
small peculiar aspects to the motor in 1957 and 8. Then there is trying to fit it in the frame and steering ( I used a 1974 truck power steering vector box to overcome that) and backed it with a
700R4 automatic which I have never tried in one of these trucks either. What I have left to do is put in the electric shift indicator, the pipes and mufflers then the drive shaft and it will be on the road again with the 5 years to do all the body work myself if possible but by the time I get that done I will probably have to go with an electric motor and batteries HAHAHAHA so the project, 
I suspect, will take the rest of my life, even if they find a way to extend that!"
 
 
 
 
1950 Chevrolet Panel
This truck was owned by Norlender Knitwear of Norway
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1950 Chevrolet Panel parked in front of the
Norlender Knitwear Factory in Norway about 1967.
This was during the expansion of the factory.
This truck was  bought from the GM dealer Jaeger in Bergen.
   
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1950 Dodge 1/2 Ton Pickup
 1950 Studebaker R Series Pickup
   This truck was owned by Buzz Beckman of Manitowoc, Wisconsin
1950 Ford F1 Pickup
1950 Ford F1 Pickup
   
1950 Ford F1 Pickup
1950 Ford F1 Pickup
   
 
 1950 Ford F1 Pickup
 
   
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 1950 Studebaker Pickup
 1951 Ford F1 Pickup
This truck is owned by Carolyn Mills, Ontario, Canada 
Carolyn had the following to say about her truck. 
"When this truck goes by it turns heads, gets thumbs up, people come to my door to ask questions and so on...This is my first vehicle I've owned..I spotted this truck out the corner of my eye one day at a car lot. I asked the driver to turn around I said that truck is mine.  How much was it he asked..$7000.00 I said..Thinking I was mistaken and that it must of been $17.000 we turned aroun to go see him. 
I was right and I drove him home the next day...I refer to this truck as a [him] and his name is Black Beauty.  He has a 400 transmission, dual exhaust, cherry bombs, hedders, tires that hug the road, 2 uga horns, 32 blue lites, and lites on the interior that cause a purple haze, as well when I lift my hood there are lites of purple haze. Two neon lites around my liscence plates. A hurst shifter, original windows, this truck sounds like a sherman tank coming down the highway. I love this truck..its a custom made box, its a chevy drive train...They say money talks, not to me, there isn't an offer out there that I would consider."
  This truck is owned by Paula Alexander of Owosso, Michigan.
She had the following to say about it. 
"I just inherited a 1951 Ford F-1 pickup, straight 6. My Grandpa bought it used in 1954. It was his farm truck. I drove it in high school. My Dad restored it and gave it to me. I entered it in our local car show May 20 and it won first prize for the best full size truck, original.  I grew up in Brandon Florida and that is where I first drove "Arthur". Dad Walt Markert lived most recently in Ocala Florida and Wesley Chapel Florida. My step son's trucking company brought Arthur to his new home in Michigan in early May. 
When we girls drove him in high school and college in the late 60's and early 70's, we had to have a name for him. Arthur sounded somewhat distinctive and he was quite distinctive, although not as much so as he is today."
 1950 Ford Pickup
1950 Studebaker
 This picture was submitted by James Hackney This truck is owned by Raymond Pittan,Redding, Ca
Studebaker Drivers Club Member # A007421P
Raymond had the following to say about his truck.
"This Truck was originally owned by a total Studebaker Serviced Dairy by the name of Hobson  Dairy of Anderson, California. It was in service from 1951 through 1999 when it was set out to pasture with all the other Studebaker Dairy Trucks. It was used for years to pick up milk from Dairy Farms throughout Northern California Shasta County. It also was used with a Dry Ice Box mounted in it's bed to deliver milk and Ice Cream to area stores and homes. The truck has approximately 596,000 miles on it's chassis. 
It had been parked since 1999 except to be used as a around the farm truck hauling feed and other supplies. When I bought the truck in 2008, it had been parked several years and never started. I bought it at the Estate Auction where they sold three such trucks. The other two were the same size, but one had a Chevrolet Six Cylinder motor that started and was driven off. The other had a 1953 Ford six Cylinder Motor that started but smoked worse than a steam Engine letting off steam. They drove it off also. They both sold for $1,500.00 and $1,200.00. This one has a big Block Commander Flat Head Motor. Nobody wanted it because of the motor. I had paid a $150.00 deposit a year earlier on this truck. When I saw it advertised for Auction I went down and presented my Receipt. I told them I had the first bid on the truck for that amount. They ask me what I had offered a year earlier. I had offered $1,000.00 Cash. They wanted to sell it to me for that and I refused because others had came to bid on it. I bought it for $410.00, and they gave me back my $150.00 plus $38.75 they called interest for having my money. So I bought the truck for. $221.25 out the door. Being told the motor was froze I loaded it on a flat bed trailer and hauled it home. I had the truck running within eight hours of draining the oil, installing all new plugs and points and a new battery and it runs like a new truck. I took it down to the frame, and cleaned it all up painting everything and still drove the frame around the neighborhood while working on the fenders and other body parts. I rebuilt it back to being a pickup once again and tried to paint it myself. Well, not being experienced it looked like some Hillbilly had done the Job which was true. Everyone teased me about the paint job so I decided to redesign it or customize it. Here is the out come of my Studebaker Hillbilly Wagon. Everyone who sees it loves it."
 1951 Chevrolet
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 1951 Chevrolet
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 1951 Ford Pickup
 1951 Ford F-1
 This truck is owned by James Hackney This is the latest picture of James's truck
1951 Ford F-1
1951 Chevrolet Model JP Series 3100 Stepside
   
 1951 Chevrolet Series 3100 Stepside
 1951 Mercury
   
1951 Dodge
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1951 Dodge
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 1951 Fargo
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1951 Chevrolet
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 1951 Ford F1
 1951 Ford F1 Panel Delivery
 
 
 1951 Ford F1
 1951 Ford F100
 
 
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 1951 Mercury
 1951 Mercury M1
 
This picture was submitted by Kees Koster, 
Center Burlington, NS
 1951 Ford F100
 1951 Ford F1 Panel Delivery
   
 1951 Ford F-1
1951 Ford F-1
 
 
 1951 Ford F-1
 1951 Ford F-1
 
 
  1951 Ford F-1 Panel Delivery
  1951 Ford F-1 Panel Delivery
   
These two 1951s are owned by Timothy Parham Sr.
Twin Falls , Idaho 
Tim is in the prosess of restoring this trucks and making 
them all Ford again
 1951 Ford F-1
 
 
 
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 1951 1/4 Austin A40 Devon Pickup
 1951 1/4 Austin A40 Devon Pickup
 These pictures were taken near Wolfville, Nova Scotia 
on Oct 20, 2011 As you can see the restoration is not quite complete but will be finished shortly.
 
 
 
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 1951 International Short Box
 1952 Chevrolet
This truck is owned by Barry Holland of
Sherwood Park Albert, Canada
This truck is owned by Norb Logston, Clay County Cruzers,
Clay County Fl.
   
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 1951 IHC International L110
 
 This truck is owned by Victor Chambray, Slocan Valley,
British Columbia, Canada
 
 1952 Ford F-1
 1952 Ford F-1
   
1952 Chevrolet
1952 Chevrolet
 
 
 1952 Ford F1 Pickup
This truck os owned by George Wilson of South Dakota
He tells me that the truck is 90% restored and he hopes
to have it completed this spring.
 1952 Willys Pick-up
This Jeep os owned by Jonathan Roberts of
Pefferlaw, in Ontario, Canada.
   
 1952 Ford F1 Pickup
 1952 Dodge Pickup
   
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 1952 Chevrolet Panel Delivery Truck (Before)
 1952 Dodge
 This truck is owned by Wayne Haglar, Rixeyville, VA  
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 1952 Chevrolet Panel Delivery Truck (After)
1952 Chevrolet Panel Delivery Truck (After)
 This truck is owned by Wayne Haglar, Rixeyville, VA  This truck is owned by Wayne Haglar, Rixeyville, VA
1952 Chevy
1952 Chevy
   
 1952 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
 1952 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
   
 1952 Dodge Campbell Highlander
 1952 Fargo
 
 
 1952 Dodge Panel
 1952 Dodge Panel
   
1952 Chevrolet Huckster
1952 Ford F-100
 
 
1953 Chevrolet Panel Delivery Truck
1953 Ford F-100
 1953 Ford
 1953 Dodge 3/4 Ton Stake Bed
   
 1953 Dodge 3/4 Ton
 1953 Dodge 1 Ton
   
 1953 Chevrolet 3100
1953 Chevrolet 3100
 
 
 1953 Fargo
 1953 Fargo
 
 
 1953 Mercury
1953 Mercury
 This truck is owned by
Mike Deveaux of Oxford Nova Scotia Canada
 
   
1953 Hudson Custom
1953 Hudson Custom
   
 1953 Ford F100
 1953 Ford F100
   
 1953 Chevrolet 3100
1953 Chevrolet 3100
 
 
 1953 Chevrolet 3100
1953 Chevrolet Suburban
   
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 1953 Fiat 1100
 1954 Ford F100
 This picture was submitted by Ben Go from Province of Limburg, the Netherlands This truck is owned by Mark Barry, Aurora / Kingston, Ontario, Canada 
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 1953 International R110 Custom Pickup
 1953 Fargo FP2P
 This truck is owned by Leo and was a 5 year project   This truck is owned by Susan Turner, Vancouver Island, Canada
It was found in MapleCreek SK. Rebuild frame off with heavy 
spring set and low gears great old truck that Ian Turner built for his wife.
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 1953 International Harvester
  1953 International Harvester
 This truck is owned by Jon Woods, Grants Pass, Oregon, USA
He is 2nd owner.It was used for hauling hay on a farm in livermore,Calif.  It has 17000 miles on it and runs great,every thing works.The 2nd owner pulled the body apart and painted it
 
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 1954 International
 
 This truck is owned by Steve Anderegg, Guttenberg, Iowa
Steve tells me that his truck is quite original which he intends to keep it as and it only has 59,000 miles on and runs like a top. It would still do the job on the farm if he asked it to however it has been retired and only used on special occasions. 
 
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 1954 Ford F100
 1954 Chevrolet Truck Brochure
 1954 Chevrolet
 1954 Chevrolet
   
1954 Ford
1954 Ford F-100
1954 Chevrolet 3100 DeLuxe
1954 Chevrolet 5 Window
   
 1954 Chev
This picture was submitted by Roger Bell from
Calgary, Alberta Canada
This is Rogers daily driver.
1954 Chev
   
1954 Dodge Power Wagon
1954 Chev Panel Truck
   
 1954 International Travelall
 1954 Chev 1300
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 1954 GMC 3100
 1954 GMC 3100
These pictures were taken at the A&W, New Glasgow,
Nova Scotia, Canada  Aug 28, 2012
 

 
This 1954 Chev Pickup is owned by Peter Miller from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Peter had the following to say about his truck.
"The truck is completely STOCK (even the radio works) except for the rims and tires. I wanted to drive something out here on our country roads and this suit me to a tee. I even haul gravel and dirt for my garden in it.   I purchased the truck last year from a fellow who lived in Chicago .. I lucked out on the truck for it hasn't had any major problems and it starts and runs like a clock and is very clean... it sure is fun to drive.

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Peter has just informed me that he sold this truck and it now lives in Inuvik Northwest Territories
I know the new owner will enjoy it as much as Peter did. He is now working on a  57 Chevrolet Pickup.


 
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1954 Chevy 3100
1954 Chevy 3100
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1954 Chevy 3100
1954 Chevy 3100
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1954 Chevy 3100
1954 Chevy 3100
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1954 Chevy 3100
1954 Chevy 3100

 
 
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