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Photos of Interest

What's the story of a 1941-46
Chevy COE with 3 headlights?
 

The great part about this truck is that the inline
6 cylinder has been replaced with a big block.
"Look at that air cleaner! Gramma's looking for
her pressure cooker..."

1951 GMC HalfTon
The sidestacks and air horns are a
great touch which makes it unique.

Dave Shorey’s favorite in his
GM truck collection in the UK.
Probably only one in the country!
vintage trucks
There just something about a
"Jim Carter Bed".
Photo by Mr. and Mrs. Bahston

1956 GMC Suburban Carrier

1937 GMC Cab-Over-Engine owned and
restored by John Wazorick of Arizona.
“A work of Art”
vintage trucks
Deer Slayer

Who got there first!
vintage trucks
1958–1959-1956, beside new homes
1947 Deluxe Chevy
Swifts Red on 1950 Deluxe Panel Truck

This 1959 Deluxe replaced the Cameo

The cab of a 1954 Chevy pickup truck pops out from a mural painted on the side of a brick building in Mitchell, Ga. A plaque said it was dedicated to the town in memory of Mark & Dorothy Holland and Betty Clayton Holland by Holland Electric, Inc.

Armour Yellow Always Stands Out!

Jim -
Thinking of the Next Tech Article

1941 Chevy COE

Afraid of ground water?
Store your parts higher.

Even School Buses can be Recycled

Under Construction.
Gary Curtis Poole, England

1950 Chevy 1/2 ton.
They don't get any nicer! Windell Hambrick Johnson City, Kansas

William Montague of Goliad, Texas


On a working farm from 1941-1995.
Yes, original paint.
New owner, Jim Caldwell of Broken Arrow,
Oklahoma has owned it since October 2015.
'Class Act"

This 1951 Deluxe could not be any nicer!
No restoration mistakes.
Owner David Bosley, Felton, Pa.

No livestock or mower could reach
these trees. It's free to grow.

When you think you have seen all the
tricks that can be added to a pickup,
something like this appears. WOW!