John's PICKUP TRUCK Pictures
from 1910 to 1973
This page covers 1955 to 1959
This site now includes just about all trucks.

 

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

 
 
 

 
 
 
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

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 introduced in 1917 as a 1918 model.
Dodge Brothers' famous Commercial Panel followed six months later after the Screenside.
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.
The 1924 3/4 ton Dodge Brothers' pickup was actually built by the Graham Brothers.

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.
The date was April 25, 1925 and on that date the Ford Motor Company introduced their first factory produced pickup truck. The Ford model T Runabout with Pickup Body turned out to be a pretty popular model for Ford in 1925 with over 33,800 of them being sold. 
In 1928 Ford introduced the Closed Cab version of the pickup. This truck featured an all steel cab with roll up windows in its doors.
The 1928-1929, Open Cab Model A Pickup was dressed up by using a car type nickel plated grille surround and headlights. 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.
The Ford F 150 pickup is today's number one selling vehicle in North America.
Pickup trucks are available in just about any color you could imagine and with any option available on a car.
In fact many of them ride and handle better them most cars on the road today.
 


 

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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 Five separate pages.


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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.

1955 to 1959

A Very Special 55' Chev Pickup Project
Keith has the following to say about this project

My name is Keith Kelly I am 54 years old and have lived in Bowmanville, Ontario all my life. I use to have a 1963 Chevy Impala SS until I went Blind in 1997  then got mad at the world and sold it. I've kicked my ass ever sense and so have my kids. Then in Jan. 2005 I  had a 1955 Chevy stepside half 
ton Custom Cab  brought up from the Texas New Mexico border. The truck body is all-in original condition  as it came from factory. The only difference is the drive train,
It has a 400 C. I. small block with a lumpy cam, roller rocker system, high rise center head, 750 C.FM. Edlbrook carb., headers with two and a half inch exhaust . It  has a 400 Turbo trans. with a shift kit, and a 4x10 rear end posse,. The body was prepped by a friend of mine  that was a body man and used 95 percent led  to fill and only about a quart of body fill. I hand sanded all and either took apart or helped my friend John Morris, who was my main man of the project and couldn't have done  it with  out him. The work was all done in my garage, primed and put back together, also with the help of another friend name Dave Jones. It came to me with a M  22 rock crusher 4 speed but I swapped it out for the auty so my kids could drive it. This truck is all new from interior to brakes, and I am very proud of these guys that took the time to make my life dream and life happy.
The truck was an original v8  265 C.I. factory built truck. 

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1955 Chevrolet Cameo Pickup
 1955 GMC 100 ½ Ton Suburban Carrier
 
1955 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup First Series
1955 Chevy Panel Delivery
 
1955 Chev First Series Ready for a rebuild
 1955 Chev First Series Ready for a rebuild
This truck is owned by Roy Freiberger ,Reno  NV.
Roy is trying to get a value on it. 
Does anyone have any thoughts on that.
 
1955 Chev First Series Ready for a rebuild
 1955 Chev First Series Ready for a rebuild
 
1955 Chev First Series Pickup
1955 Chev First Series Pickup
This is another 1955 Chev wainng for the right moment for rebuild. 
It is owned by Perry Jasper and has been 1977 or so..."original paint"..! ...last owners had started to restore, got as far as rebuilding engine and stripping paint on the hood.
 1955 Chevrolet Stepside
 1955 Chevrolet Stepside
   
 1955 Chevrolet 3100 ½ Ton Cameo Carrier
 1955 Chevrolet 3100 ½ Ton Cameo Carrier
 
 
 1955 Chevrolet 3100 ½ Ton Panel
1955 Chevrolet 3100 ½ Ton Stepside
 
 
 1955 Chevrolet 3100 ½ Ton Stepside
1955 Chevrolet 3100 ½ Ton Stepside
 
 
1955 Dodge C3 B Longbed
1955 GMC 250 Stake Body
 
I know it's not a pickup but I just had to add it.
 1955 Ford F100 Pro Street Roadster Pickup Truck
 1955 Ford F100
 
 This picture was submitted by Wesley Willison. The truck was owned by his grandfather John Frimand before he passed away in 1983
1955 GMC 100 ½ Ton Panel
1955 GMC 100 ½ Ton Stepside
   
 1955 GMC 100 ½ Ton Stepside
1955 GMC 100 ½ Ton Suburban Carrier
   
 1955 GMC 100 ½ Ton Suburban Carrier
1955 GMC 100 ½ Ton Suburban Carrier
   
 1955 Studebaker
1955 GMC Suburban
   
 1955 Chevrolet 3100
 1955 Chevrolet Panel Delivery
   
"I thought you may be interested in my truck.  The dual rear was an option and may have had a flat bed or stake sides at the beginning.  I have the original owners manual that lists only one model with a 6900 lb. gross vehicle weight and it's the dual rear model.
When I found the truck it was being used to tow vehicles in Temple City CA.  It had a hand-crank boom bolted t a 1/4" plate steel bed. I'm pretty sure that the body shop that owned the truck put the fender extensions, as I've found no evidence that Chevy offered them.  I still have the original hubs and split rims but have changed to modern dual rims for safety and convenience.  I've had it for 10 years and have enjoyed working on it."
 1955 Chevrolet 3600
This truck is owned by Kim Cooke
 
   
 1955 International 100
This truck is owned by Homer F Wright
of  West Virginia USA
The restoration is almost complete.
 1955 Chevrolet
 1955 Ford F-100 1/2 Ton Stepside Pickup 
 1955 Ford F-100 1/2 Ton Stepside Pickup
 This truck is owned by Jim Johns, St.Paul, Minnesota.
Jim says that there isn't a part of the truck that
hasn't been modified
 
   
 1955 Ford F-100 1/2 Ton Stepside Pickup
 1955 Ford F-100 1/2 Ton Stepside Pickup
   
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 1955 International Harvester Pug Nose Cab Over
 1955 Freightliner
This picture was submitted by James Parsons. He found the truck in Yakima, Washington, USA.
Anyone want a challenge??
 This picture was submitted by James T Parsons, Portland Oregon, USA, undergoing restoration at Sloan's in Portland Oregon near where the truck was made. The bus in the background is a Flxible
   
 
 1955 Freightliner
 
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 1956 Ford F-100 1/2 Ton Stepside Pickup
1956 Ford F-100 1/2 Ton Stepside Pickup
This pickup is owned by Mike Wade.
He has the following to say about his truck.
"My 1956 Ford was the Demo model for the Ford Dealer in Belen New Mexico. It was ordered with the paint scheme you see today although it has been repainted several times through the years. This pickup was bought by my Dad in Albuquerque NM in 1961 and it has been in our family since then. It still has the same running gear that came in it in 1956 but the engine and trans have been rebuilt. This truck is my pride and joy and it will be passed on to my oldest son and the title has that already done."
 
 
 
 1956 Chevy
 1956 Chevy
   
 1956 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
This picture was posted on
alt.binaries.pictures.autos by MagisterMax
 1956 Ford F-100
   
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 1956 Ford F100 Delivery Van
 1956 Ford F100 Delivery Van
This truck is owned by Tracy Carver, Charlottesville,Virginia, USA. He plans to will be do some light modifications to it. He probably will stick with the 223 6 cyl and definately keep the 3 speed on the column. He hopes to add bucket seats as there is only one seat at the moment. I want to add the top dash of a 1956 to the plain dash.
 
 
 
 1956 Dodge
 1956 International AS110
This picture was submitted by
 Darryl Daniels Salisbury North Australia
   
1956 Dodge
1956 Ford F-100
 
 
1956 Dodge Town Panel
1956 Dodge Town Wagon
   
1956 Ford
1956 Ford
   
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 1956 Chevy 3600 Pickup
 1956 Chevy 3600 Pickup
This pickup is owned by Chuck Rogers, Vine Grove, Kentucky. 
He is going to rebuild it and pictures of that rebuild will be shown on this page.
 
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 1956 Chevy 3600 Pickup
 1956 Chevy 3600 Pickup
 These are the latest updates from Chuck. A lot of very nice painting has taken place.
 
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 1956 Chevy 3600 Pickup
 
 
 
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 1956 Ford C-500
 1956 Ford C-500
These 56 Ford pictures were submitted by Paul Black, Tampa, Florida   
 1956 International
This pictures was submitted by George Kuropatoff 
from Brisbane Australia
1956 Powell
This picture was submitted by Buff Carmichael
 
The Powell: Carlike SUV Ahead of its Time By Jim Benjaminson; courtesy of the
Plymouth Bulletin.
If you were looking for an economical, good looking pickup you could use for a second car, a hunting rig, or a utility
workhorse - a vehicle with a fiberglass front end to resist parking lot damage, with custom wooden front and rear bumpers, with a pop-up camper option, and all priced and under
$130... does it sound impossible? Maybe today, but such a vehicle was made and sold. 
In the immediate post-war era, many cars were planned but only a few reached production, and few of those made any appreciable dent on automotive history, though some achieved limited success. The Powell Sport Wagon fits this category.
Hayden and Channing Powell started with several clear guidelines. Their vehicle must be cheap to buy, ride like a car, drive like a car, and work like a truck, serving as a second car or as a sportsman for hunting and fishing rig. 
They started a prototype in 1952, using a Chevrolet chassis and six cylinder engine to keep costs down. When they had to make final decisions for production, they chose to use Plymouth chassis and six cylinder flat head engines, because they were easy to obtain, cheap, and had a great deal of parts interchangeability across all Chrysler lines. They chose the 117 inch wheelbase chassis and engines from 1941 Q series
Plymouths. Their first Powell Sports Wagon was completed in 1954, weighing around 2700 pounds with a steel body (except the fiberglass front grille, varnished oak bumpers, and oak tailgate). The Powell stood 68" high with an overall length of 168".
A unique feature of the Sport Wagon was a concealed tube built into the right rear fender, running lengthwise along the bed. This was designed for carrying long objects or fishing poles. Factory photos of a prototype station wagon show it equipped with a tube compartment on both sides.
The all steel body was built in the Powell factory directly on the Plymouth chassis. Workmen stripped all unuseable parts and pieces from the '41 chassis' to mount the new Sportsman body. Upholstery was of heavy duty vinyl stretched over new foam. The instrument panel received a full compliment of
gauges and two speed windshield wipers were standard. However, there was no provision for a window defroster. 
Side windows were of the sliding type and
did not roll down.
Options were few but included turn signals, two tone paint or chromed wheel discs. The completed rig was rated as a 1/4 ton pickup, Walt Woron, Motor Trend magazine's road tester, took a Powell Sport Wagon for a test drive in 1956. By that time the price of the Powell had bumped to $1095 for the standard version, with the deluxe selling for $1198. A factory built pop up camper option increased the price by an additional $295. Walt was not completely impressed with the PoweIl's Plymouth motive power. In his test he averaged only 15 miles per gallon he figured the little rebuilt '6' should have delivered at least 17. He finally passed off the poor mileage on the added weight of the camper and the mountainous terrain over which he had conducted the tests. 
Oil consumption figures were dismal the engine used over 2 quarts of oil during his test, Overall Woron was impressed with the vehicle when he considered the use the pickup was meant to take and which he had handed out to it.
By late 1956 the Powell had ceased production. Not because of financial troubles, or stock embezzlement problems such as those that had killed so many of the post WWII car ventures. The company had simply run out of raw material from which to build their product ... the local supply of 1941 Plymouth chassis in anywhere near rebuildable condition was rapidly depleting. The company closed its doors with many hundreds of orders still on hand.
By the end of production the Powell Sport Wagon was not only offered in a pickup style but a very utilitarian station wagon was built as well. In fact, a close look at a mid 60s International Travelall and a Powell Sport Wagon station wagon makes one wonder if the IH designers secretly copied the Powell's attractive lines, hoping that no one would notice (or remember).
The Powell was a local product, with most of the completed cars sold in California. Few found homes east of the Rockies.
In addition to the Sport Wagon the Powell Brothers experimented with another novel idea -a self contained motor home. They built three of them in 1953 but never went into serious production.
Channing Powell is still alive and the Powell Company, although relocated from the Compton area, is still very much in business. The Powell family owns one of the three motor homes as well as a Sport Wagon pickup.
The Powell Sport Wagon was a unique idea -a vehicle to fit many segments of the market, but it was just too early, as have been so many other automobiles. Today many own a pickup as a second car; they ride and drive like a car and they are used for pleasure as well as business and with a camper top they quickly convert into the perfect 
hunting or fishing vehicle.
As for Fiberglass to prevent corrosion or damage, look at all the modern cars around so equipped, and what custom pickup around doesn't sport wooden bumpers. 
Hayden and Channing Powell were just about 15 years ahead of their time ....and 15 years behind the times with their antiquated Plymouth chassis and engine!
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 1956 Ford Bus converted to a camper
 
  This bus is offered for sale on Halifax KIJIJI  
 1956 Ford 
 1956 Ford 
This truck is owned by Ateball. The truck was the movie American Graffiti back in 73. The truck was rebuilt at "Loper's" in Arizona and has been resting in a building ever since..
It's for sale as well
 
 1957 Ford
 1957 Ford
   
These 3 1957 Ford pictures were submitted by
Marc Nodden
Old Lyme Connecticut USA
Mark adds that this is a Montana rust free truck that I just purchased.
New front chrome bumper, mirrors and probably a tailgate are in the works!
 1957 Ford
 
   
1957 Chevrolet
1957 Dodge D100
   
1957 Dodge D 100 Sweptside
 1957 Dodge D 100 Sweptside
   
1957 Dodge Town Wagon
1957 Dodge Sweepside
   
1957 Dodge Town Panel
1957 Studebaker Transtar
   This truck picture was submitted by James L. Jacobson 
of Santa Monica California USA
   
 1957 Studebaker Transtar Pickup
 1957 Studebaker Transtar
 This truck is owned by Dave of Dave's Place On the banks of Beautiful Lost Creek, rural Payne County, Oklahoma  
   
1957 Chevy Sedan Delivery
1957 Jeep FC 170 Pickup Truck
   
 1957 Chevrolet Cameo
  1957 Chevrolet Cameo
   
 
 1957 Chevy Sedan Delivery
 
   
 1957 Chevy Cameo
 1957 Chevy Sedan Delivery
   
 1957 Chevrolet 3100 Stepside
 1957 Chevrolet Cameo
 
 
 1957 Chevrolet Cameo
 1957 Ford F100
 
 
 1957 Ford F100
 1957 Ford Ranchero
 
 
 1957 Ford Ranchero
 1957 Ford Ranchero
   
 1957 Dodge Power Wagon W200
 1957 Ford Ranchero
 
 
 1957 Chevrolet
 1957 Dodge 100 Sweptside
 This truck is owned by Danny Leach, Oregon
He bought it in Mexico and will be getting it painted and then it will be his daily driver. (July15/09)
 
 1957 GMC Suburban
 1957 GMC 100
   
 
 1958 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
 
   
 1958 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
 1958 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
 
 
 1958 Dodge Power Wagon Brochure
 1958 Dodge Power Wagon Brochure
 
 
 1958 Ford 250 Pickup Brochure
 1958 Ford F100 Styleside
   
 1958 F-100 1/2 ton, 2WD, 5000 GVW Panel Truck
 1958 F-100 1/2 ton, 2WD, 5000 GVW Panel Truck
 This truck is owned by Bob Schaefer
from  Old Town Bowie, Maryland.
 
 1958 F-100 1/2 ton, 2WD, 5000
GVW Panel Truck
 1958 Ford F100
 
 
1958 Dodge Sweptside Pickup
1958 Chev Apache 3100 Short Bed 
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1958 Chevrolet Apache Short Bed Step Side 4X4
1958 Chevrolet Apache Short Bed Step Side 4X4
This truck is owned by John Klusek of  Phoenix, Arizona 
John had this to say about his truck. 
"Although it's not entirely all original IE: 1976 Blazer frame, running gear, and 1969 350 cu in. motor it is however all Chevy. I have owned it since 1985; someday my son will inherit the truck."
 
 
 1958 Chevy Pickup ( Katarina)
This truck is owned by Eric O. Nelson Jr. NCCA # 4290 
This truck I built up to become a "Driver". However having gone a bit nutz, and making her bed etc a bit to nice to use, you can see the result. For the mundane chores, such as hauling cut down brush to the Compost Site, the junky looking trailer gets hauled behind her....!! 
Katarina has a crate 350, with a Turbo 400 trannie, a 69 Camaro subframe,  A Buick Skylark  3:50 rear axles, PS & PB........       She has a little bit of Giddyup  to her!
 
 1958 Dodge Sweptside Pickup
 1958 Dodge Sweptside Pickup
   
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1958 Ford F350 Stake Body
1958 Ford F350 Stake Body
This truck is owned by Charles Shrewsbury, Fishersville, VA 
It was ordered by Blackburn Ford, Beckley,WV 
for a local Building Supply. 
42,000 original miles, V8, 292HD, 4 spd on the floor.
 
 
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1958 Ford F100 
1958 Ford F100 
This truck is owned by Aubrey Morrell, Moncton, New Brunswick This truck is owned by Aubrey Morrell, Moncton, New Brunswick
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1958 Ford F100 
1958 Ford F100 Engine
This truck is owned by Aubrey Morrell, Moncton, New Brunswick This truck is owned by Aubrey Morrell, Moncton, New Brunswick
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This truck is owned by Aubrey Morrell, Riverview,
New Brunswick, Canada.
In Aubrey's words
" I purchased a 1958 FordF100 last year from a pharmacist in Tatamagouche NS. He has owned it for ten years and used it in parades etc.. The truck came from a dealer in the valley and apparently was brought to NS from western Canada. I believe the truck was all red at one time. It would be too good to be true if you or your contacts new the history of this very well preserved truck. I have included a copy of a black and white photo of the new 1958 Ford that my dad bought the year I was born. The man in the photo is my uncle. Now you know the sentimental value of this vehicle."
 1958 Ford F100
 
 
 
1959 Fargo
 1959 Chevy Fleetside Pickup
   
 1959 Chevy Sedan Deliver
 1959 Chevrolet El Camino
 
 
 1959 Chevrolet El Camino
1959 Chevrolet El Camino
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1959 Chevrolet El Camino 
 1959 Dodge D 300 One-ton
 This car is owned by James Martin
 
  1959 Chev Half Ton Step Side
   195x VW Pickup
This truck is owned by Terry Dawes from Tennessee  
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1959 Chevrolet Apache Pickup
1959 Chevrolet Apache Pickup
This truck is owned by Shawn Sheehan, Quarryville, 
Lancaster PA. 
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1959 Chevy Fleetside Pickup
1959 Chevy Fleetside Pickup
  This picture was taken by a friend from Tampa FL at 
 a neighborhood car show.
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