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    Some pick-ups & SUV's from the past

    I was reading an article about some popular and unique pick-up trucks & SUV's from the past. Here are a few photos that I enjoyed:

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    I'd take the Diamond T or the Power Wagon. How about you?
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    I agree, Diamond T Power Wagon. I always liked the Chevy Cameos too. OK, one pick - the Diamond T.
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    I think many of the older trucks are really sharp looking -- sort of the essence of their being "classic" to my sense of esthetics. If we are going to have pictures of old trucks, they might as well look like they belong here on GTT:

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    I have a trailer that is the bed to a '54 Ford truck, but it is just coated with primer. Now y'all have me thinking I should make it look a little fancier, for hauling supplies.

    Yes, older cars and trucks were the best, just as most old farm homes looked better than today's newer stuff. Hard to tell one cookie cutter vehicle from the next, these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I have a trailer that is the bed to a '54 Ford truck, but it is just coated with primer. Now y'all have me thinking I should make it look a little fancier, for hauling supplies.

    Yes, older cars and trucks were the best, just as most old farm homes looked better than today's newer stuff. Hard to tell one cookie cutter vehicle from the next, these days.
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    Now that Bill Berger has finished sprucing up his new trailer I hear he's looking for another "Spring Project!" Maybe he can help you out with your trailer??
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    I've always been a fan of the early 1950's International R-120 Pickup.

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    2nd choice would go to the 1958/1959 Chevy pickups. Very similar to the 1st pic posted but with the quad-headlight setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superglidesport View Post
    I was reading an article about some popular and unique pick-up trucks & SUV's from the past. Here are a few photos that I enjoyed:

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    I'd take the Diamond T or the Power Wagon. How about you?
    I agree of the ones you posted ,first choice Power Wagon then Diamond T
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    I've always been a fan of the early 1950's International R-120 Pickup.

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    2nd choice would go to the 1958/1959 Chevy pickups. Very similar to the 1st pic posted but with the quad-headlight setup.
    Jim,

    That's a nice old IH pick-up your posted! The IH, Willys & Studebaker pick-ups were pretty rare in the Northeast. When I was in HS my friend had a '53 Mercury pick-up. I believe they were sold in Canada.
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    I have never had an old Studebaker truck but do like the looks. Here I am with my 1951 Studebaker Commander:
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    ...sold it years ago to Steve Wozniak (yes THAT Steve Wozniak -- aka Woz.)

    This is the pickup style I am thinking of...1948 body style.
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    They looked a lot better back then, that's for sure. I've wanted a first gen Chevy Blazer for most of my adult life, but finding one which isn't a basket case and isn't way too much money has never happened when I was in the market for a new vehicle.

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