John's PICKUP TRUCK Pictures
from 1910 to 1973
This page covers 1940 to 1949

 

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

 
 

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.


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

 
1950 to 1959
1960 to 1973

 
 
 1940 Ford DeLuxe Sedan Delivery
1940 Ford DeLuxe Sedan Delivery
1940 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
1940 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
   
1940 Chevrolet
1940 Chevy Canopy Express 
 
 This truck is owned by Dennis Hall, Rockford Illinois
1940 Ford
1940 Ford
1940 Ford
1940 Ford Interior
1940 Ford
1940 Ford
1940 Ford
 1940 Ford Engine
This truck is owned by Bob Moon. 
Bob just completed a body off restoration of his truck.
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1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery
1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery
This truck is owned by Steve Rayburn, Pasadena CA.
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 1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery
1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery
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 1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery
1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery
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1940 Ford Sedan Delivery (Deluxe)
It is one of only 2,160 Deluxe Sedan Deliveries built for 1940. This vehicle is all original "Henry steel".   Riding a 112-inch wheelbase, it is 180 inches long and 72 inches wide, with a Gross Vehicle Weight of 4,300 pounds,  and sold for $700 in 1940. 

Special Features
Custom black paint (1977) (34 yrs ago) 
Flames were applied 10 yrs ago 
Drive-train is 350 Chevy backed by a 350 turbo hydro 
and 12 bolt rear.
Front suspension is an "old school"  straight front axle with custom Rims by Eric Vaughn
Disappearing rear license plate by owner. 

 1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery
 
 
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 1940 Ford 
 1940 Ford 
 This truck is owned by Cecil E Polan, Gerrardstown, WV  This truck is owned by Cecil E Polan, Gerrardstown, WV
 
 
1940 Ford 
1940 Ford 
Pickup with the wood painted on (Including the tool box
that looks like a chest)
This truck is owned by Herb Sutton and the pictures were submitted by John Murphy  
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1940 Ford 
Pickup with the wood painted on
(Including the tool box that looks like a chest)
 1940 Ford Sedan Delivery
  This picture was submitted by Paul Black, Tampa FL and was taken by his son Michae Black in Duarte Ca this morning (Oct 28, 2012)
1940 Plymouth Pickup
1940 Ford 1 Ton Wrecker
1940 Ford
1940 International D 2
1940 Willys
1940 Ford
 1940 Diamond T Pickup
1940 Ford 
1940 Chevrolet Pickup
 
 
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 1940 International 40 Pickup Truck
 1941 Hudson 6 Big Boy Pickup
This truck is owned by Marvin Walker, Kinston, NC This truck is owned by J Walker. It was restored by his uncle in 1956 thru 1959 and he drove it up to about 1988.  It was then stored until recently when he aquired the truck and is now re-restoring it.

 
 1941 Willys Half Ton
 1941 Plymouth
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 1941 Plymouth
 1941 Plymouth
This picture was taken at the St. Pete Yacht Club
car show, Nov 8, 2015
This picture was taken at the St. Pete Yacht Club
car show, Nov 8, 2015
 
 
 1941 International K1
1941 International K1
 This truck is owned by Will Moltz, 
Austin Texas, USA
 This truck is owned by Will Moltz, 
Austin Texas, USA 
Click on this image to read the History of the Detroit Times Newspaper Company's Bundle Truck
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 1941 Ford Express "The Bundle Truck"
 1941 Ford Express "The Bundle Truck"
 This 1941 Ford Express has an interesting story behind it.
It's owner by John P. Phillips of  Detroit Michigan USA.
The vehicle was originally purchased in early 1941 by the Detroit Times News Paper Company. 
It was to be used in the  delivery of bundles of newspapers.
Click here or on any of the above pictures
to read the complete story.
 
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 1941 Ford 1 Ton Pickup
 1941 Ford 1 Ton Pickup
 This truck is owned by Bob Sheets, Maquoketa, Iowa 
 
 Bob had the following to say about this 41 Ford
"I thoroughly enjoyed your great picture review of old pickups. One of the most extensive and complete I have seen. I am  1945 vintage from Windom, Minnesota. My dad sold Mobiloil products from 1941 thru 1968. To start his business, he bought a 122" long express series one ton ford pickup for $938 dollars. I still have the registration and owners manual. Mobiloil evolved from a parent company called Socony Vacuum oil company which stood for Standard Oil Company of New York. The vacuum name dealt with greases and heavier oils. At any rate as I grew up, Dad would leave notes on the kitchen table for me when I came home from school. I wanted to canoe up river and spear fish but the notes always kept me delivering barrels of Mobiloil to Dad's customers while he was
off delivering gas and fuel products with a larger bulk truck. I even dated my wife in this red little jewel. Figured if she would go with me in the "tonner", she must like me.  Well, dad past on 20 years ago but I have kept that 41 running ever since he retired back in 68. I didn't want it at first because it conjured up thoughts of lost canoe trips. But as time went on, I realized it was a big part of my teenage years. So I asked Dad if I could have it. He laughed - knowing how I complained as a kid- then he said It was mine if I paid the $2 inspection fee. Since then, I have invested several thousand dollars into it to keep it running and looking good. The 1941 bundle truck story on your home page gave me the initiative to send these photos to you".
   
 1941 Ford
1941 International  K Series Woody
 
 
 1941 Plymouth Pickup
 1941 Plymouth Pickup
 This truck was seen in St. Petersburg FL on Nov8, 2014
 
 1941 Plymouth Pickup
 1941 Plymouth Pickup
 
 
1941 GMC CC 102
 1941 Dodge WC-1
This truck is owned by Steve Giannini 
   
 1942 Willys Half Ton
 1942 Chevrolet Model BKK Half Ton
   
1945 Chevrolet  1945 Chevrolet
This truck is owned by Jim Tally. His father rebuilt this truck by hand and passed it down to me at the beginning of this month (May 2011) it has been in many car shows. Jim is looking for any information he can find on this model of truck. You may email me using the address the bottom of  this page.  
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This 1942 Ford is owned by Jonathan Raiskin'
He had the following to say about his truck.
"was stationed in the Philippines as a U.S. Navy truck in WW2
I got it 5 years ago and it took that long to make it look like it is now ...on the road for 6 weeks so far"  (Aug 31, 2013)
 1942 Ford Half Ton Pickup
 
   
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 1942 Ford Half Ton Pickup
 1942 Ford Half Ton Pickup
   
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 1942 Ford Half Ton Pickup
 1942 Ford Half Ton Pickup
   
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 1942 Ford Half Ton Pickup
 1942 Ford Half Ton Pickup
   
1942 Ford
1945 Ford
   
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 1945 Chevrolet UTE by Holdens
 1946 Studebaker M16-52 1 1/2 Ton Tilt Grain Bed Truck
This UTE is owned by Lang Kidby, Brisbane, Australia
This Coupe Utility was built by GM -Holdens in Melbourne Australia. Continued as civil production after the war until 
the body style change in 1946 (but still continued as a model
in that new style).
Lang has restored it in it's WW2 colours and is shipping it to Istanbul, Turkey in Feb 09 to drive all the way to the 65th anniversary of D-Day in Normandy France. Seats on side are standard GMH and were offered after the war to civil
market as the "wellside" option.
This truck is owned by Scott Grainger, Mesa, AZ 
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 1946 Dodge Three Quarter Ton Long Bed
This truck is owned by James A Faver Evansville, In.
James says the following.
"It is all original except it has a 12 volt system 
and a key starter instead of the floor starter.
My father had a truck like this , although it didn't look anywhere as nice as this one."
1946 Hudson Super Six
This picture was taken by Massey F. Jones and it was on at display at Calgary's Heritage Park in 
Gasoline Alley 
 
 
1946 Dodge Three Quarter Ton Long Bed
1946 Dodge Three Quarter Ton Long Bed
 1946 Chevy
 1946 Hudson
   
1946 Chevrolet Light Delivery Panel
1946 Ford
 
1946 Hudson
 1946 Chevrolet Suburban Carryall
   
 1946 GMC 3/4 Ton
 1946 GMC 3/4 Ton
 
 

 

 1946 Chevrolet Suburban Carryall
1946 Chevrolet
  The owner of this truck is unknown. The picture was submitted and then the email was deleted in error. If you are the owner could you please send me the details on this truck and the one in the background Click here to email me
 1946 Ford Panel Truck
 1946 Chevrolet Half Ton
 
 
1946 Dodge Three Quarter Ton
1946 Fargo Pickup Truck
   
1946 Ford Panel Delivery
1946 Chevrolet "Coupe Utility" (ute)  from Australia
 This truck is owned by Daryl Day from Australia 
These trucks are a bit different to the USA pickups as they have a small quarter window behind the door, with a large parcel shelf behind the seat. This covers the front 12 to 18 inches of the bed and gives weather protection to what ever you stored there. Shopping, dog, tools, etc. The mag wheels were the only non-standard parts on the ute.
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1946 GMC CC102
 1946 Chevrolet
This truck is owned by Don Dezenski of Traverse City,
Michigan USA
This picture was taken and submitted by
Paul Black, Tampa FL
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 1939 Buick Sedan Delivery
 1939 Buick  Sedan Delivery
This picture was taken and submitted by Paul Black, Tampa FL
The picture was taken in Plant City, FL in March 2008.
This picture was taken and submitted by Paul Black, Tampa FL The picture was taken in Plant City, FL in March 2008.
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 1939 Buick  Sedan Delivery
 
This picture was taken and submitted by Paul Black, Tampa FL
The picture was taken in Plant City, FL in March 2008.
 
1947 Ford Flatbed Pickup
 1947 Ford Panel
   
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Visitor Mel Van Overbeek, Sun City, CA sent in this picture along with the following description.

"I was able to paint a picture of the "House Car" and Tag-along trailer that my father bought for our first trip to El Monte, CA, where his cousin and family lived. I spoke to my older brother who said that the House Car was built onto a 1947 Chevy truck bed. It was a 6 cyl, 3-speed truck. The back of the cab had been removed.  The prefab trailer body was bolted to the truck bed and the windshield of the cab with extra braces on either side.  The trailer part had a full size bed that folded up and then, a table with benches folded out to take its place. There were cupboards, closet, sink, butane stove, oil heater, and ice box. We four children sat on the benches playing games or coloring as Dad drove. They slept in the Tag-along. Later, they bought a  17 foot trailer. It was quite a sight on the road in those days, and we had many visitors looking at it, as well as at the sights.
We all have fond memories of our trips in 1948-50."

 1947 Chevy House Trailer
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1947 Hudson
1947 Dodge
   
 1947 International  KB Series
 1947 International KB Series
 
 1947 International Harvester
 1947 International KB-2 Express Pickup
   
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 1947 International
 Robin's truck is going to be powered by a
400 cu in Chev small block. 
 This truck is owned by Robin Swanson  
   
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 1947 International KB2
 1947 International KB2
 This truck is owned by Carey English, Tuttle Oklahoma.  This truck is owned by Carey English, Tuttle Oklahoma.

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1947 Mercury Panel
1946 Crosley Fleetside , 1948 Crosley roundside pickup 
These pictures were taken at the Crosley Nationals at Wauseon, OH in 1999 and were submitted by Barry Smedley from Borden, IN.
   
 1947 International KB 1 Panel
1947 Chevrolet Three Quarter Ton Stake
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 1947 International Harvester KB3
 1947 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
 This picture was submitted by Michael Litvack, Montreal, Canada  This truck is owned by Morgan Evans, Listowel, Ontario, Canada
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 1947 Dodge Canopy Delivery
 1947 Studebaker M5
 
 This truck was owned by Buzz Beckman of Manitowoc, Wisconsin and has been donated to the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend where his son Andrew is the archivist.
 
1947 International Panel Truck "Young Blood"
 
 This truck is owned by John Hoer Newport News, Va, USA  
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 1947 Ford Flathead V8 Pickup
 1947 Ford Flathead V8 Pickup
 This truck is owned by Marcus Ellis
 
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 1947 Ford Flathead V8 Pickup
 1947 International Panel
   This truck is owned by Tom McDonald,  Collinsville, IL
 1948 International KB3 Pickup
 1948 International KB3 Pickup
 These pictures were submitted by Jim McFadden, Alberta Canada
The truck was found just south of Swift Current, in Wymark SK
 
 1948 International KB3 Pickup
 1948 International Harvester KB2
   This truck is owned by Tim Bach of Slinger, Wisconsin, USA
  1948 Dodge
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1948 Chevrolet DeLuxe Half Ton
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 1948 Chevrolet
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 1948 Chevrolet
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 1948 Chevrolet Canopy Express
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 1948 Chevrolet Canopy Express
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 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline DeLuxe Panel Delivery
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 1948 Chevrolet Half Ton
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 1948 Chevrolet Panel Delivery
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 1948 Chevrolet Suburban
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 1948 Chevrolet Suburban
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 1948 Chevrolet Suburban
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1948 Dodge
 1948 Ford F 1
1947 Ford Woody Wagon
This is not a truck but isn't it nice ?
 1948 Studebaker M 5 Half Ton
This truck os owned by Gary Ash of  Dartmouth, MA 
 
 1948 Chevy
 1948 Diamond T
   
 1948 Ford
 1948 Chevrolet Panel
   
 1948 Dodge Custom Half Ton
 1948 Dodge Power Wagon 4x4 1Ton
   
 1948 Chevy Sedan Delivery
 1948 Chevy Sedan Delivery
   
 1948 Chevy Utility

 

 1948 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
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1948 Dodge Pickup 3/4 Ton
1948 Dodge Pickup 3/4 Ton
 
1948 Dodge 1/2 Ton 
1948 Dodge 1/2 Ton
 
 1948 GMC 1 Ton Pickup
1948 GMC 1 Ton Pickup
 This truck is owned by Steve Willadsen
The truck was built in Canada and has a 9 foot bed with a dump body
1948 Dodge Pickup 3/4 Ton
1948 Dodge 1/2 Ton
   
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 1948 GMC
 1948 GMC
This truck is owned by Burt Hood who had the following to say about his truck.
"Thought you might want to add a rare 1948 GMC P/U.  I have been working on it for 5 years and it is in it's 2nd restoration.  Parts for  this truck are hard to find, but I find a few here and few there.  It is a restorod, if you know what I mean."
 
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 1948 GMC
 1948 GMC
 
 1948 Ford
 
This truck is owned by Jim Johns, Saint Paul, MN.
12 miles into a national forest is a 4 star restaurant. I stop there 
on every trip. Makes a great back drop for a picture of my F-1. 
In 2003, Jin's truck was on the cover of the Classic Ford Truck Calendar
 
 
 
1949 Dodge
1949 Dodge
   
1949 International KB3
1949 Ford
   
1949 Chevrolet Canopy Express
1949 Studebaker
   
 1949 Studebaker 2R5
 1949 Studebaker 2R5 
 
 
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These pictures were submitted by 
Harvey Cox from Calgary, Alberta, Canada

This truck has been recently restored.

 1949 Studebaker 2R5 Engine
1949 Studebaker 2R5 
 
   
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 1949 Studebaker 2R5 Pickup
 1949 Dodge D 126
This truck is owned by Joseph DellaGuardia
Since this photo was taken, He has all the glass replaced and the engine rebuilt. It was purchased in 1976 and he thinks he was the third owner
 
 1949 Chevrolet 3100
 1949 Dodge
   
 1949 Dodge Woody Wagon
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 1949 Studebaker
   
 1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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 1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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 1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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 1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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 1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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 1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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 1949 Chevrolet 3100 1/2 Ton
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 1949 Chevrolet Canopy Express
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 1949 Chevrolet 3100 Pickup
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1949 Chevrolet 1300
 1949 International Panel
This truck is owned by Peter and Susan Cumberland
of Langley BC. Canada
Peter also took this picture and had the following to say.
"You might also be interested in knowing that this truck belonged to my wife's Grandfather who bought it new in 1949. We sold it, unrestored in 1993 and only recently found it in 2004 and brought it back into the family. In that intervening 11 years the person I sold it to had completely re-built the truck as a street rod but regardless, we are happy to have it back in the family where it will stay."
This truck is owned by Morgan Evans, Listowel, Ontario, Canada
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 1949 Hudson Pickup Conversion
 1949 Hudson Pickup Conversion
 These pictures were submitted by Cliff green. 
There were taken near Au Gres Michigan
 
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 1949 Hudson Pickup Conversion
 1949 Hudson Pickup Conversion
   
 1949 Studebaker 2R5 Pickup
 1949 Studebaker 2R5 Pickup
 This truck is owned by Roland Bakker, The Netherlands
 
 He had the following to say about his truck.
"I recently bought this 1949 Studebaker 2R5. It was delivered to its first customer in February 1949 and imported to The Netherlands in 1990. The bodywork was done in 2006. Electrical and power train in 2008. Since then it has a Studebaker V8 from 1954 installed. I have
refitted some original ornaments. A nice feature is an original Appleton searchlight. Fully functioning."
 
 1949 Studebaker 2R5 Pickup
 1949 Studebaker 2R5 Pickup
 
 
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 1949 International KB-2
 1949 International KB-2
 This truck is owned by Carl Harris, Nampa, Idaho
He calls the truck "War rat"
It is siting on a 2004 Ford Ranger frame with a 302 and a
c-4 tran's. been choped 3'' and chaneld 2''. 
 
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 1949 International KB-2
 1949 International KB-2

 
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The cars of IKA Argentina 
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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
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Wouldn't you rather have a Buick
Wouldn't you Really Rather have a Buick
The Chrysler Airflow
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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.
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
Email
johnmacdoanld@summerville-novascotia.com

 
 
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