John's PICKUP TRUCK Pictures
from 1910 to 1979
This page covers 1960 to 1979 and beyond

 

 
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


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

This page was last updated on Dec 29, 2016



 
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.
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


 
 
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  1911 to 1949
 1950 to 1959


 


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
 

1960 to 1973


 
 1960  Studebaker Champ
1960 International Travelall Brochure
   
 1960 Chrysler Wayfarer V8
 1960 Dodge Utiline D100
   
 1960 Mercury
 1960 Chevy ElCamino
   
He had the following to say about his truck
" I am a proud owner of a barn fresh unmolested 1960 Chevy 1/2 ton custom pickup with a manual transmission and 6 cyl 235 engine. I do not plan on doing much with the body. You are welcome to use the attached photo.  The white wheel was not stock.  I could take another photo with a rusty wheel and a stock hubcap if you 
wanted. I am guessing that you will want to wait for a prettier photo of a 60 chev. Mine, at least for now, will remain as is and I will attempt to run with the rat rods. Because the engine has no guts I'll be running several miles behind the rat rods. "
 Barn Fresh 1960 Chevrolet Pickup
 
 This truck is owned by Orlin Brommer, Cochrane Wisconsin.  
 1961 Corvair Rampside
This truck in owned by Bill Beckley
of Ypsilanti, Michigan USA.
Bill has the following to say,
"I purchased this truck last year after seeing one
that summer at Ypsilanti's Orphan Car Show.
I use it regularly to haul bags of water softener, chicken and bird feed, and straw to my home in the country north of Ypsilanti, Michigan. Friends and family convinced me that I should enter it into car shows, and last summer it won two trophys and a blue ribbon.
 1960 Chevy ElCamino
   
1961 Corvair Rampside
1961 Corvair Rampside
   
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 1961 Ford Econoline Pickup
 1961 Ford Econoline Pickup
 This picture was submitted by Paul Black, Tampa FL   This picture was submitted by Paul Black, Tampa FL
 1961 Dodge Power Wagon
 1961 Ford Econoline Pickup
   
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 1961 Ford Ad
 1961 Ford Falcon Ranchero Ad
   
 1961 Ford 4x4
This truck os owned by Steve McCoy
of Sacramento, California.
 1961CorvairRampside
This picture was posted on
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 1961 Austin A55 1/2 Ton Pickup
 1961 Austin A55 1/2 Ton Pickup
 Built by Saim Di Tella Automotores Argentina.
These pictures were submitted by Jual Carlos Tuzzolino
 
 
 
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 1961 Volkswagen Single Cab
 1961 Volkswagen Single Cab
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 1961 Volkswagen Single Cab
 1961 Volkswagen Single Cab
 
 
 1961 Austin A55 1/2 Ton Pickup Interior
 1962 Studebaker Farm Truck
   This truck picture was submitted by James L. Jacobson 
of Santa Monica California USA
1962 Studebaker Farm Truck
1962 Studebaker Farm Truck
This truck picture was submitted by James L. Jacobson 
of Santa Monica California USA
This truck picture was submitted by James L. Jacobson
of Santa Monica California USA
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 1962 International C 900
1962 International Harvester C-900 Pickup
 Here is an interesting truck.
The truck os owned by Jim Johns, Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Jim has the following to say about his truck.
"The truck is One off the Line.  It was commissioned by the CEO of IH in ' 62 for his own use. It's the only one ton , short box, step side pickup they made. The front suspension , and sheet metal, are from the newly designed ' 63. 
It's now powered by a " stroker " 460 c.i. bigblock Ford. 
It is now a 505 c. i..  I run a tunnel ram, with twin 850 cfm double pumpers on top. I left the front IH axle in it, because the brakes are so good, and it's just plain strong. It holds up the bigblock with ease.  Rear suspension is a 9" Mustang. The transmission is a semi-tractor C-6, with a 3500 stall; shift kit; and it's entirely built as heavy duty as could be made to fit in the case.  The transmission is only one of 100 ever built with an extrordinarly long tail cone.   The truck weighs 5,850 dry.
 Even with the huge weight, she does the 1/4 mile in under 14 seconds. On two launches down the track, there was light under the front wheels.
I gave her the basic white paint job after 3,800 hours of rehabilitation, after coming out of the junkyard, in northern Minnesota. Than I applied a full set of chameleon flames to
the top, sides; and including the wheels.
   She's as good as I could build her, in a single car garage,
in the middle of Saint Paul, Minnesota."
 This truck is owned by Jim Johns, Saint Paul, MN. He uses this truck 
to tow his 1962 IH Cub Tractor to shows
   
This truck is owned by Alberto Galindo of Belgrade, Serbia.
It has an interesting history.
Alberto had the following to say about this truck.
"This 1962 Chev was brought in 62 by the government for the use of Marshal Josip Broz "Tito", (who governed Yugoslavia from world war II until 1980 when he died) to be used on his hunting trips.
There were 2 pickups the same, used for this purpose between several Land Rovers and Chevrolet Panels These pickups were bought later at an auction from the government by a couple of friends from Valjevo Serbia in the late 60s.  With time and no enough maintanece one
was dismantled and the other was taken care of and more
or less well maintained.
The second owner was a mechanic who had it for around 30 years and put a 1972 Mercedes Benz engine 4 cylinders 240 (already restored) which keeps moving it.
I bought it  November 3, 2005 because he needed a 4wd 
vehicle, I also bought the parts of the other truck from his
friend and I plan to restore it  (with engine) little by little,
maybe next year since it is not easy to bring spares from the US or other countries.
People here are not used to pickups and less if they are
this old, they just stare at it everywhere you go."
1962 Chevrolet C10 in Serbia
 
   
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 1962 Ford Econoline Pickup
 1962 Ford Econoline Pickup
This pickup is owned by Mike Wade. Mike has been restoring this truck for the past two years. It now has a 1969 200 six with an C-4 Auto Trans out of a Mustang. Pinto seats and really is cool to drive. The paint is the local School colors.  
   
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 1962 Ford F-100 Unibody Pickup
 1962 Ford F-100 Unibody Pickup
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 1962 Ford F-100 Unibody Pickup
 1962 Ford F-100 Unibody Pickup
This Truck is owned by Nic Hirzel.
It is Unibody construction, 223 I6, Bench Seat, 3-on-the-tree and all original.
 

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 1962 Studebaker Champ
 1962 Studebaker Champ
This picture was submitted by Scott Griggs.
It is the last Stude remaining in the family. These photos were taken last summer, after a lot of polishing and some minor mechanical work to make it roadworthy. It now lives in Louisville, KY and wears Historic Vehicle plates. It has the eight foot space side box that was introduced by Studebaker in 1962 and was an adaptation of an older Dodge box design that Studebaker bought the tooling for (which is why the box side sheetmetal contours don't match the cab!). 
The Griggs family have owned a number of studebakers over 
the years and they are listed below according to Scott's father Randy:
'42 Studebaker Commander
'49 3/4-ton Studebaker pickup - (Red)
'50 2-ton Studebaker flatbed/stake rack - (Clover Green)
'52 Studebaker 4-door Landcruiser sedan - (Green)
'55 Studebaker 2-door President Starlight Coupe - (Black over Pima Red)
'62 1/2 ton Studebaker Champ pickup - (Rivera Blue) 
[Dad and I took the Rock Island passenger train from Atlantic,
IA to Southbend, IN in Dec. 1961 to pick it up atthe Studebaker factory - another interesting story!]
'64 Studebaker 4-door Cruiser sedan - (Bermuda Brown)
The Commander is shown on http://oldcarandtruckpictures.com/Studebaker/1949.html
   
 
  1962 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside
 
 
 
1963 Chevrolet From Brasil
1963 Ford
   
1963 Ford
1963 Studebaker Proto Truck
   
 1963 Morris 1000
 1963 Studebaker Proto Truck
   
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 1963 Corvair Rampside Pickup
 1963 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton Step Side
   This picture was submitted by John Whalen. He had the following to say about this truck. 
I found it for my son, when he went off to college. It was his very first vehicle. Here is me , and my Dad (from the 1929 photo); with the 1963 Chevy in 1983 as I presented to my son.
Unfortunately it was stolen in Atlanta, about 3 years later one dark and stormy night.  We saw it again in the Auto Trader ( allegedly) a few years later.
 
 1964 Chev One Ton
 
 This picture was submitted by J Bearquad
from North Central Texas
 
 
1964 International AB-1201
 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier Wagon
   
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 1964 Ford F-100
 1964 Ford F-100
 This truck is owned by John Morris, 
Bowmanville, Ontario Canada
The truck has the original 223 inline six, 1 barrel carb and 3 speed  He just uses it as a show truck.
 
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 1964 Ford F-100
 1964 Ford F-100
 
 
 
 1964 Ford F-100
This car is owned by Norwood Shelton, P.E.
Control Systems Engineer, Retired
Monroe, LA
 
 
 
1965 Ford F100
1965 Ford
   
1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero
1965 International Scout 80
   
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 1965 International Scout Ad
1967 International Scout 4x4
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1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero
 1965 Chevrolet ElCamino
   
  1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero
  1965 Chevrolet ElCamino
   
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 1965 Chevy Van
 1965 Chevrolet
   This truck is owned by Marvin Walker, Kinston, NC
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 1966 Ford F-250 Camper Special
 
 This truck is owned by Michael Albans from Missouri. 
The truck was found in a barn in rural Missouri where it had been sitting for 24 years. The 85yr old farmer whom I bought it from was the original owner. After some tinkering, it fired up and is a 
strong runner. It is all original, including paint. I am bringing it up to Montana to use for the nice months as a daily driver and for taking the kids to get some ice cream. It screams, to me, old farm truck, and that's exactly the way I am keepin it.
 
 1966 Falcon Ranchero
 1966 Falcon Ranchero
   
 1966 Divco
This truck os ownwed by Bob Gouveia ofBurlington, Ma.
Bob had the following to say about the Divco
"Divco's were Americas milk trucks from 1926 to today. Dairies still use Divco's to deliver their milk. 
The trucks were made from 1926 to 1986."
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 1966 Divco
   
  1966 International Travelall  John Wayne
  1966 International Travelall  John Wayne
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 1966 International Scout II
 1966 International Scout II
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 1966 International Scout II
 1966 International Scout II
Is this interior basic enough ?
 1966 Toyota Corona Combi
 1966 Toyota Corona Combi
 
1966 International Harvester Mk4 Army Truck
  1966 Toyota Corona
This picture was submitted by John Schroeder, Eastern Victoria, Australia. John had the following to say about this truck.
"One vehicle that is uniquely Australian I have lots of pics of is the Australian Army’s  trucks of 2 ½ ton & 5 ton capacity. 
These would have been rated much higher by the U.S. as the WW2 Studebaker used here was de-rated from 5 to 2 ½ tons The vehicles were made by International Harvester at the Dandenong ( Vic) plant. The project started in 1953 and 6 years later a batch of 100 Mark 1 & 2 trucks were delivered. These were best looked upon as advanced prototypes to test the water. The only difference between a Mk1 & 2 was the presence of a mid mounted 20000lb winch in the Mk2. In 1963 the first of  a batch of 1200 trucks came off the line. Later ( about 1966) an improved Mk4 was
introduced , and about the same time the first of a 6WD 5 ton version was introduced. It was known as an F1 ( a flat tray or GS type) or an F2 ( dump) truck. There were other versions with Holmes wreckers water tankers etc. All the production vehicles had the winch fitted. The vehicles were powered by the inline 6 engine of 282 CID. The larger truck was equipped 
with twin Stromberg carbs and cast headers in attempt to gain more power. The Mk 4 is shown was deliberately bogged to demonstrate unditching during driver training in the late 70s
 
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1966 Fargo 200 Pickup 4x4
 1966 Fargo 200 Pickup 4x4
These picture were taken at Truro, Nova Scotia, Can.
by the author of this page.
 

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1966 Ford Long Wheelbase
 1966 GMC Long Wheelbase
 This picture was taken at the Tatamagouche 
Labor Day Parade 2011
 These picture were taken at Brule Shore, Nova Scotia, Can. by the author of this page.
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1966 GMC Long Wheelbase
 1966 GMC Long Wheelbase
 
 
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1966 GMC Long Wheelbase
 1966 GMC Long Wheelbase
 
 1967 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Long Wheel Base
 1967 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Short Wheel Base
 
 
 1967 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Long Wheel Base
 1967 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Short Wheel Base
   
 1967 Dodge
 1967 International Scout
   
 1967 Commer Imp Van
 1967 Ford Stepside Shortbox 
This truck is owned by Tyler Kenyon 
of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada
   
This ElCamino is owned by
Maureen and Ken from Beaverbank Nova Scotia 
Canada. Maureen had the following to say about
their ElCamino. "I haven't any good pics of the
El Camino yet but I am sendiing one of how it
used to look (blue) and one of how it looks now.
We did the body over last winter. My husband 
and myself work together in the garage. We 
designed our own hood style and graphics and 
even sprayed in a custom tinted truck liner. 
This is the only picture  I have and  is one 
before the rest of the trim went on."
 1967 Chevy ElCamino
 
 
 
 1967 Chevy ElCamino
 1967 Chevy ElCamino
 
 
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 1967 Toyota Stout
 1967 Ford F100 Short Box Step Side 4x4
  This truck is owned by Erin Coldiron. 
The truck has been its been in their family for 
at least 30 years.
   
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 1967 Ford F150
 1967 Ford F150
 This pickup is owned by Alfred Muller
from Germany
 This pickup is owned by Alfred Muller 
from Germany
 1968 Chevrolet
 1968 Mercury M-100
   
 1968 Chevrolet
 1968 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Short Wheel Base
 1968 Chevrolet El Camino SS 396
 1968 Chevrolet El Camino SS 396
   
 1968 Chevrolet
 1968 Chevrolet
   
 1968 Ford
 1969 Jeep Gladiator
   
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 1968 Ford F100 Ranger Long Wheelbase
 1968 Ford F100 Ranger Long Wheelbase
 
 
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 1968 Ford F100 Ranger Long Wheelbase
 1968 Ford F100 Ranger Long Wheelbase
 These pictures were taken in Truro Nova Scotia
by John MacDonald Oct 23, 2009
 This truck is owned by Keith Smith, Great Village, 
Nova Scotia, Canada. The truck is used in his daily
farming opperations.
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 1968 Ford F100 Ranger Long Wheelbase
 1968 Ford F100 Ranger Long Wheelbase
   
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 1968 Ford F100 Styleside Long Wheelbase
 1968 Ford F100 Styleside Long Wheelbase
This truck is owned by Brad Hamilton, Saginaw Michigan and we can't
forget Murray in the box 
 
   
 1969 Toyota Crown
 1969 Toyota Crown
   
 1969 Chevy C-10 396
This truck is owned by Tony W. from Michigan 
 1969 Chevy C-10 396
 
 
 1969 Chevy C-10 396
 1969 Chevy C-10 396
   
 1969 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer 4x4
 1969 Chev
   
 1969 Chevrolet
 1969 Chevrolet
   
 1969 Chev K 20 Suburban
 1969 Ford F100 Stepside
This truck is owned by Chris Freeman Chris 
has the following to say about his truck 
"Its good for the mountains in the North West 
where I film a lot. Soon will be Hugger Orange 
with a White top.
New NV 4500 5-speed tranny, 1 ton rear end, 350 
with the go fast parts, and 8" spring lift from skyjacker. All mechanically brand new. 
About to put disc brakes in so it will stop better."
This truck is owned by  Cal, Monee Illinois
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1969 Chevrolet Ad
1969 Dodge Ad
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 1969 Ford F150 Shortbed
 1970 Chevrolet
 This truck is owned by Andy Crews, San Antonio, 
TX. The truck was owned by his grandfather, Sid Whitworth Andy was born in 1968 and his
grandfather drove a 1952 Ford truck at that time
but wanted something a little more reliable to 
come visit him, so he bought this truck on 
August 2, 1969 from Van Horn Ford in Boerne, 
Texas. It was the only new vehicle he ever bought. 
It has a 302 V8 with 3-speed column shift. No air conditioning, Armstrong steering, four wheel 
drum brakes and no radio. Andy inherited the
truck after he passed away in 2003. 
It was still in good shape but had never spent a
night in a garage.  He repainted it, reupholstered
the seat, replaced the windshield, steering wheel,
dash pad and other bits and pieces.
 
 1970 Chevrolet Suburban
 1970 Chevrolet
 
 
1970 Ford f100
1970 Ford f100
 This truck is owned by Tyler Kenyon
of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada
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 1970 Dodge Dude, Sweptline
1971 Mini 850 Pick-Up
   
 1971 VW Double Cab Pick Up Truck
 1971 VW Double Cab Pick Up Truck
 This VW is owned by Robery Kiekum and was 
seen at the St. Petersburg Yacht Car Show, Nov 2014
 
 1971 VW Double Cab Pick Up Truck
 1971 VW Double Cab Pick Up Truck
 
 
 
 1971 GMC Sprint SP
 
   
 1971 Ford F100 Stepside
This truck is owned by John Rocklein
Chesterfield, Virginia
Dave tells me that this Ford F100 stepside is one of 10,106 produced. It has a Straight 6 cyl 240cui 3 speed on column
1971 Ford F100 Stepside
   
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 1971 Morris Minor Van
 1971 Morris Minor Van
This truck is owned by Tom Singfield of the United Kingdom 
The picture was taken in front of a WW2 hanger where they built Wellington bombers. The "Loch Ness" Wellington is preserved inside.
 
 1971 Ford F250 4X4 Crew
 1971 Ford F250 4X4 Crew
This truck is owned by Mike Rippey  
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 1971 Chevy Cheyenne with a Choped Top
 1972 Chevy
 This truck is owned by Leroy Willard, Pawnee, Oklahoma
Leroy had the following to say about his truck,
"I built the Cheyenne in 1986 for my 17 year old Son…Chopped 4” & lowered..Factory stock w/ 402 Big Block, 400 automatic, 12 bolt 3.25 diff. power steering, power disc brakes, A/C, Tilt wheel. My first attempt at chopping tops..I drive her to work daily..Liked the pics of my ’73 Harley in your Harley Webb Page.. Thought you might like my Truck."
 
   
  1972 Chevy Suburban
1972 Chevy
   
 1972 Chevrolet Long Box 350 V8
 1972 Chevrolet Long Box 350 V8
 This truck was seen at the Fox Mountain Country Music Festival, Aylsford NS Canada July 31, 2015  
 
 
 1972 Chevy
 1973 Ford Bronco 4X4
 
 
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1972 Chevrolet C-10 Delux Pickup
This truck is owned by Cordelia Reid of Martinsville, Virginia and is offered for sale.
You may contact the owner by phone at phone 
at (276) 967-7719 or E Mail at zeb9762@yahoo.com
1973 Ford
   
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 1973 Chevy Cheyenne
 1973 Chevy Cheyenne
 This truck is owned by M Trimmins from California
 
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 1973 Chevy Cheyenne
 1974 Chevrolet 2x4 Blazer
   This truck was owned by the author of 
these pages in 1974
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1976 Chevrolet Surburban
1976 Chevrolet Surburban
This surburban was seen at the Fox Mountain Country Music Festival, Fox Mountain, Nova Scotia, Aug 1, 2014  
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1979 Dodge Lil Red Express Truck and a 1977 
Dodge Warlock
1979 Dodge Lil Red Express Truck and a 1977
Dodge Warlock
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1977 Ford F100 Club Cab
1977 Ford F100 Club Cab
This truck is owned by Jake the Snake of Porter's Lake, 
Nova Scotia, Canada
 
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1977 GMC Siera Classic 15 Truck Camper
1979 Ford F150 Ranger XLT
This Pickup was seen at the "Fox Mountain Variety Music Festival" Fox Mountain, Nova Scotia, August 29, 2014 This Pichup was seen at the "Fox Mountain Variety Music Festival" Fox Mountain, Nova Scotia, August 29, 2014
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1980 GMC Van Camper
1980 GMC Van Camper
This van is owned by Clara Cromwell, Digby, Nova Scotia and was seen at This motor home was seen at the Hank Snow Tribute, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Aug 20,2011
 
1985 Ford F250 Diesel Extended Cab
1985 Ford F250 Diesel Extended Cab
These pictures were taken bya  friend in FL, Sept 2, 2014

 
1990 Mustang Truckstang
Because of the uniqueness of this truck I decided to include it with the older trucks
It is owned by Marcus Ellis and he had the following to say about it.
"The Truckstang was constructed from a 1990 Mustang LX Sedan.  The car had 17 miles on it (yes, 17) when I started the build process.  It was NOT a reclaimed wreck, but a brand new car.  It was styled after the Ranchero, but since there was none constructed after the late '60s, I don't know that "Ranchero' would be correct.  That is why I call it the "Truckstang."
The Truckstang is for sale, as I have too many toys and not enough room - especially since I just added the '50 International Pickup that I told you about.  The Truckstang has an original 61,000 miles, and all power options from the factory - asking price is $13,000."
If anyone is interested in it you may contact Marcus at 
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1911 to 1949
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 1950 to 1959

 
 
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Trucks and Motor Homes from 1911 to 1979
Visit our Home in Summerville Nova Scotia. This house was built in 1873.
Where we live and what we do
John's Old Tractor Pictures
Historic Aircraft Pictures
The 1952 cars of The World
The Netherlands and most of Europe has a large following of North American Cars
The Old Cars of the Netherlands
1937 Chrysler Convertible
with a Swiss Tusher Body
1925 British Humber 8/18 Chummy
This page shows the complete frame off rebuild
Those Odds and Sods
The Hurlburt Motor Truck
Manel from Barcelona, Spain is a retired trucker who has two passions, drawing pictures and trucks. He now has the time to
combine both
The Early Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
Old English and American Motorcycles
The Model T Ford
The Model A Ford
Click here to View the Famous Chevy Tri-Five 55, 56 and 57 Chevrolets
The Chevy Tri-Five 
55, 56 and 57 Chevrolets
The Chevrolet Corvette
From 1963 to 1970
Don Pate's 1947 Chevy Aero Sedan 
View the rebuilding of this car from the bullet holes to the trophy winning
The Early American Sporty Cars
The Oshkosh The Truck that all other only dream of becoming
The Oshkosh 
The Truck of Trucks
The Divco Truck
America's Milk Truck
The Ford Mustang

The Cars Dreams are made of
Those Old Classic Convertibles
Cadillac, Duesenberg, Cords and many more
The Cars of  Chrysler Corporation
Once you saw one you would never forget it
A Chronological Listing of the Studebaker
The Jeep from 1940 to the present
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The Hudson,Essex, and Terraplanes
that were found in Australia
The Packard
Anthony Hazelaar's Model T
Trucks and Cars Models
The Volkswagen from 1932 to the 
end of the Beetle
The Kaiser and the Frazer
Eric Gordon's Kaiser Rebuild
There are many pictures showing
the details of this rebuild
All you Kaiser lovers would like to have one of these. Watch it being made.
Eric Gordon's 1954 Kaiser
Convertible Convertion
"Coming Home"
The story of Eric Gordon finding and bringing his Kaiser Convertible Home after searching for it for 20 years
Eric Gordon's First Kaiser
A 1951 Deluxe which comes to a startling end
The Henry J
The Stanley Steamer
The cars of IKA Argentina 
Kaiser's Jeeps and American Motors that were
built in Argentina in the 1950's and 60's and 70's
That Cute Little Crosley
The Chevrolet from 1916 to 1970
The Corvair 1960 to 1969
The Ford Motor Company from 1908 to 1969
The Pontiac
The Oldsmobile
The Cadillac
Wouldn't you rather have a Buick
Wouldn't you Really Rather have a Buick
The Chrysler Airflow
The Tucker '48'
The Amphicar
Yes you can get a Jeep stuck, Really stuck if you just half try.
How to Get a Jeep Really Stuck
View some of John Evan's  Artwork
View some of John' Evan's 
Auto Artwork 
Click here to View the Jeeps of World War II
WW II Jeeps
Welcome to a Web Site dedicated to the restoration of a 1937 Ford Pickup Truck. This site will be periodically updated with news, photos and specifications as the restoration progresses
Old Bleu

A Web Site dedicated to the
restoration of a 1937 Ford Pickup Truck

A website featuring many articles on many different cars If you can't find it anywhere else, try here
Visit Lonnie Hedgepeth's 
of Rocky Mount, North Carolina site.
He has used the plans provided on my web page and is building a Covered Bridge for his Live Steam train.
Visit our Home in Summerville Nova Scotia. This house was built in 1873.
Go to my Home Page
Tour the 64 remaining Covered Bridges
 of New Brunswick
Julie and her father Gary built a model bridge using the plans on this site for a school project.
The detail on this model is
something to see
I have started a page on the
Covered Bridges that once
dotted Nova Scotia.
If any one is interested in Microsoft's Flight Simulator I have written some scenery files for Summerville. Maitland, Windsor and Hantsport.
Summerville now has an Airport
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