Out of production for decades and theres still strong demand for the legendary VW Microbus, especially those with the coveted Westfalia camper conversion. To date, nothing else has appeared that can match its combination of utility, reliability, and simplicity, and, of course, theres no denying the appeal of a vintage VW to folks who were there when they were new. This bright yellow 1972 Volkswagen Microbus is exactly what youve been looking for. Functional, clean, and never used for anything more challenging than exploring the edges of civilization. The bodywork is in decent shape, as youd expect from a vehicle thats led an easy life, and all the original badges, lenses, windows, and other hard-to-obtain parts are still there. The bright paint is sunny and cheerful, albeit showing signs of age and use, so you can look at it as a slice of history or a blank canvas on which to create your own Summer of Love tribute. The Westfalia camper top gives it a distinctive look that VW fans can recognize a half-mile away, but beyond that, there are no notable modifications (and you cant really call the camper top a modification anyway). The front-mounted VW emblem is as big as they come and you can tell VW was serious about the campers abilities thanks to the campground hook-ups and vent windows on the side of the van. Inside, its as funky and as practical as you remember. Tan vinyl upholstery is durable, easy to maintain, and perfectly captures the look of the era without being too outrageous. The original gauges are all functional, and the upright driving position is probably something well never experience again in a consumer vehicle. The original ventilation controls are still as indecipherable as ever, and theres plenty of headroom fore and aft so you can walk between the seats to see whats going on in back. The pop-up tent is in excellent condition, making room for a family to spend a weekend together in the great outdoors. Details like the portable table, the various seating and dining configurations, and a bright, airy interior make it an excellent choice, then and today. Even the cabinetry is in great shape, suggesting someone really took care of this bus when it was new and spent quite a bit to fix it up today. Power comes from a familiar air-cooled 2.0 liter Volkswagen flat-four, straight out of the Beetle. No, it isnt very fast or powerful, but it is reliable and virtually maintenance-free, so youll always get where youre going...eventually. Routinely driven hundreds of thousands of miles, these vans are legendary in certain circles, and they come by that reputation honestly. The engine bay is a bit dirty, but it runs great and all the important parts are still in place, so dont sweat it. It starts with a traditional VW exhaust note, and things like the recent tune up, fresh shocks, and front disc brakes are important if youre hitting the road. The 4-speed manual transmission shifts well, even though the linkage has to reach waaaay back there, and its easy to get the hang of the bus-like steering, with the front wheels right under your seat. Its original underneath, but theres no structural rust, which is a death sentence for these vans, and it tracks straight on the open road. Newer 205/65/15 Continental radials have been fitted to a set of sporty BRM wheels, so it drives better than ever and looks cheery doing it. Iconic, practical, and timeless, this VW Microbus is the one youve been waiting for. Call today!
For three decades, the El Camino was a bona-fide hit for Chevy, and today they can be some of the coolest old cars youre likely to see. This slick two-tone 1964 Chevrolet El Camino brings all the usual high-performance tools to the table, plus a unique twist on tradition. Two-tone paint jobs from the factory are nothing new, but I dont think theres ever been an El Camino that looked as cool as this sitting in a Chevy showroom. The 1964 El Camino was a subtle machine, with simple, clean lines that echoed its more common passenger car siblings. But look a little closer at this one and youll see things like the black cowl-induction hood, subtle pinstriping on the corners, and the wicked stance. The paint is in good condition, with white being easy to maintain so it will look good for years to come, and it really emphasizes the Elkys compact dimensions. Other than the hood, however, there are no deviations from the factory setup, and all the trim is brightly polished. Even the bed remains in very good condition with satin black paint and a built-in fuel cell in back, adding to the cars racy attitude. Its especially cool to see buckets and a console in an El Camino. Finished in black cloth, the high-back bucket seats look right at home in the cabin, and offer a diamond pattern thats quite reminiscent of other performance machines. Original door panels were installed at the same time and the factory hardware was retained throughout. The original dash is nicely preserved with modern Dolphin gauges set into a custom panel, and the effect is that it looks almost stock but delivers a high-tech view of the engines vitals. Theres also a handsome Grant GT steering wheel with a wooden rim, a T-handle shifter for the 4-speed manual gearbox, and those trick aluminum pedals that are just there to look cool. The engine is an aluminum-headed 355 cubic inch V8 that has been dressed and detailed to look like a million bucks. The block wears traditional Chevy Orange paint, and the satin black engine bay is brightened using polished aluminum valve covers and an open-element air cleaner, both of which look great on the warmed-over small block. Go-fast parts include a Quick Fuel 4-barrel carburetor, an MSD ignition system with Mallory distributor, and a high-rise intake. Theres a positively massive aluminum radiator up front, so heat will never be an issue with this one, and a new chrome alternator makes the juice. A set of long-tube headers dumping into a nicely crafted dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers and a crossover tube help bolster low-end torque for awesome performance and a thrilling sound. The chassis shows signs of recent work, and zero evidence that this truck/car has ever been rusty. New control arms and shocks help manage the rear end for arrow-straight launches, and it sits on a set of vintage-looking Torque Thrusts with 195/65/15 front and 215/70/15 rear performance radials. A nice little truck with a few surprises up its sleeve, this El Camino is a great way to have fun without spending a fortune. Call today!
Dont worry Ford fans, weve got you covered. While I dont know why more Chevys than Fords seem to have survived, that only makes this 1974 Ford F100 Ranger XLT more unique. Besides, big block V8 power in a tastefully designed wrapper never goes out of style, even if that wrapper has a pickup bed. This great-looking Ford has been treated well for the past 40 years and it shows. The two-tone paint is quite good and theres not much sign that this truck ever hauled lumber or bricks during the week or pushed a plow in the winter. In fact, the way it shines, Im betting that someone special-ordered this truck and kept it shined as polished as his pride-and-joy. These Fords are gaining popularity and they really are great-looking machines, rugged and tough-looking, but with enough style to look at home in a high-end restaurant parking lot. The bright trim strip along the flanks emphasizes the straight lines and good panel alignment, and youll be pleased to learn that the bumpers, grille, and all the lenses on this truck shine up nicely and give it a well-maintained look. The bed area is been protected with a drop-in bedliner, so you can still use this truck as designed and a set of handsome bed rails make it easy to secure the load. The interior is dressed in its best formalwear, with a new tan bench seat, matching door panels, and new tan carpets on the floor. For a little glitter, the door sills and hardware has a bright chrome shine and the three-spoke steering wheel has a matching leather wrap. Factory instruments offer a pretty comprehensive view of the engine, which is what you want in a pickup truck, and aside from slight faded lenses, theyre in great shape. The factory-installed AM/FM stereo lives in the center of the dash and still sounds decent, taking you back to a simpler time, which is the entire point of old trucks like this. Youll also be happy to see factory A/C on the options list, and this one is still equipped for R12 refrigerant (needs a recharge) so its particularly effective. Heavy-duty floor mats help protect the carpets, so dont be afraid to put this one to work now and then. And speaking of engine bays, the 390 cubic inch V8 under the hood was just tuned up and runs superbly. Torquey and with a great soundtrack to accompany it, the big block V8 moves the pickup truck easily, empty or full, and feels extremely torquey around town. Its a little grungy, but its all original, including the Ford Blue paint on the block itself and the factory-installed air cleaner up top. The A/C compressor dominates the top of the engine, but the aforementioned tune-up parts are clearly visible, and it has obviously been properly maintained over the years. Power steering and brakes mean its easy to maneuver, and it channels power through a freshly rebuilt 3-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch rear end. Fords rugged Twin I-Beam front suspension is as tough as it comes, and the new dual exhaust system uses glasspack-style mufflers for a great V8 sound. The floors are remarkably clean, as you can see in the photos, and with flashy 15-inch chrome and 235/75/15 whitewall radials, it looks period-perfect. Now is the time to give the old Fords some credit, and few look as good as this two-tone F100. Call today!
Back in the day, if you wanted a muscle car but needed a truck for work, you could pick and choose your options and end up with something truly cool like this 1971 Ford F-100 pickup. With running gear that would look at home in a Mustang, a glossy black paint job, and a sporty attitude, this truck does more than just haul cargo. Its subtle with that Raven Black paint job, but it sure looks good doesnt it? Youre so used to seeing these in boring 70s colors that the basic black it wears today really stands out. It also looks to have been very nicely refinished by guys who knew their stuff, because the shine is quite good, the gaps are neat, and the thing just has a very well-constructed look about it. Its not perfect, but for a truck thats coming up on its 50th birthday in a few years, theres not much to complain about. Even the bed itself appears to have survived in good shape, with its own coat of high-gloss black that really tells you all you need to know about how nice this truck is. Ford gave the F-100 a lot of brightwork in an attempt to move it upmarket, and things like the bumpers, grille, and side moldings are in great condition. And just dig the woodgraining on the side trim and tailgate! Hard to believe this is the same truck you ignored for all those years, isnt it? The interior got a few select tricks to help make it stand out, most notably a very nicely trimmed red bench seat. The seat cover looks fantastic, and with plush red carpets on the floor, it feels a lot more luxurious than it should. Its pretty stock, right down to the cool brocade fabric and burled walnut inlays all over the place. The neat oval-shaped instrument panel with the gauges stashed around the perimeter is all original and shows bright markings and needles, and its still a good way to monitor the engine up front. The original AM radio is still in the middle of the dash with an aftermarket FM tuner installed underneath, just like back in the 70s. You get a commanding view of the road from up in the cab and its surprisingly comfortable for a vehicle designed to work for a living. Muscle car-like performance comes from a 302 cubic inch V8 under the hood. With a flat torque curve thats right for a pickup, it moves this shiny black hauler with effortless ease. Dressed like it might have been when it lived in a Mustang, the freshly tuned 5.0 sports chrome valve covers, a factory air cleaner, and Ford Blue engine enamel that really pops against the black paint. Backed by a 3-speed manual transmission with a column shifter, it feels torquey and smooth, and the tight feeling of the truck overall suggests that it was never used for heavy labor. A mellow dual exhaust system features Flowmaster mufflers, so it definitely has the right soundtrack behind it, a nice burble at idle and a bit of a snarl when you really punch it. There are new chrome Ion mags and fresh 245/65/17 Michelin radials to give it a sporty look. Have your cake and eat it too with this awesome F-100. Fast, smooth, and nicely finished, its an unusual choice that will stand out. Call today!
On the surface, building a truck as amazing as this 1949 Ford F-1 pickup may seem easy, but when you look at the details that make it so seamless, you realize that a lot of talent and a big pile of money were required. You could probably build one like this yourself, but since it would take years and cost a big pile of cash, why not just take this one home instead? Bright red paint is a great look on a vintage pickup truck and while it was done a few years ago, it still looks great thanks to the many virtues of two-stage urethane. The shiny surface also highlights the rather extensive body modifications that include a nosed and decked hood with a custom vent, smooth fenders, shaved bumpers, and a rear roll pan that works with the deleted tailgate to make it look slick. Other details like the chrome grille and door handles were kept in place both for style and functionality purposes and the big FORD block letters on the nose will let everyone know what it is. The running boards were painted to match the bodywork and the bed is beautifully finished with an oak floor and stainless rub strips. There are also 39 Ford teardrop taillights, accessory step plates, and all new weather seals throughout. A full luxury interior was stuffed inside the pickups cab, including a nicely upholstered tan bench seat thats stylish yet appropriate. Matching cloth and vinyl door panels made it easy to get everything to work together and putting plush carpets on the floor helps to control noise and heat. The original dash remains, augmented by a custom insert full of VDO gauges while the rest of the dash was smoothed just the way the bodywork was. A GM tilt steering column and Grant GT steering wheel with a wood rim make it easy to get comfortable and the Lokar shifter is a vintage-looking piece that works rather well here. Its minimalist, but it does it with style. A lot of credit for the performance feel has to go to the 302 cubic inch crate motor under the hood, whose effortless power makes this truck a true pleasure to drive. It has less than 5000 miles on it and doesnt deviate much from stock so reliability is excellent. With about 250 horsepower on tap, it feels like it could pull all day without breaking a sweat, and with Ford Blue paint, a chrome air cleaner, and Ford ignition system, it almost looks OEM in this vintage truck. Underneath, the chassis offers a modern front clip including and independent suspension, power steering, and disc brakes, as well as a great-sounding exhaust system with tips that exit right under the rear roll pan. An automatic transmission and a Chevy 10-bolt rear end with relatively tall gears make it a fantastic highway cruiser and the lowered stance is just about right. Flashy 17-inch wheels wheels and 235/65/17 radials certainly help with the high performance look. This is the kind of truck that few guys get to own, but everyone wishes they could. Well, nows your chance, so call today!
Chevrolet celebrates 100 years of building pickup trucks as former chief engineer who helped Chevy trucks reaching this popularity celebrates turning 101.
If youve been paying attention, youll notice that were not the only ones selling Land Cruisers like crazy. Trucks like this 1972 Toyota FJ40 are some of the hottest things on four wheels right now and if this one looks affordable, thats only for the moment. With the right look, the right colors, and the gear, its still a lot of fun off road, but it can also be a wise investment. Apparently the best shape for a 4x4 is a two-box design with sharp corners, and Toyota has been doing it successfully for decades. Youll note that this one wears gorgeous bright red paint for a high-impact look and the flat bodywork is remarkably free of damage. Clearly this one hasnt been crawling through the jungles of Burma, but rather lived an easy life on pavement somewhere in the warm southern US. Typical Toyota build quality means these trucks are virtually indestructible, but just for good measure someone spent quite a bit of time and effort, not to mention money, getting it back into shape. Theres an appropriate shine thats not so glaringly perfect that it looks domesticated, and the simple bumpers, distinctive white-framed grille, and rubber fender flares all reinforce the ready-for-anything vibe. The winch on the front suggests that this truck is up for anything and its hard to beat the look of something that treasures function over form like this FJ. The interior of this FJ has been upgraded as needed to make it functional without losing its character. Aftermarket front buckets are a lot more supportive than the original flat chairs, and that makes a big difference when youre crawling through the mud. Sure, everything is pretty basic inside, but the FJ does it with style, offering a bright red dashboard with black pads, an easy-to-reach shifter, and zero-maintenance floors. The rear bench is newer and theres plenty of room for four inside, plus their gear in the cargo bay. The cleverly designed dash allows easy construction of both right-hand and left-hand drive trucks, with the white instrument panel holding a speedometer and auxiliary gauges that are easy to read. Controls are easy to decipher and everything works as youd expect from a Toyota. The full cage is reassuring when youre in the rough and it comes with a full set of weather equipment, including doors and top. The 3.8-liter inline-six has served on at least six continents over the past 50 years and remains one of the most reliable and sturdy machines yet conceived by man. Its also pleasingly torquey and smooth, so you wont regret sitting behind the wheel for a few hours. The point of the FJ isnt all-out speed, so its fairly stock under the hood, with an aftermarket air cleaner, a giant aluminum radiator, and brightly colored plug wires, but nothing that will interfere with its reputation. Youll note theres a modern dual reservoir master cylinder, which powers a set of front disc brakes, a worthwhile safety upgrade. A 3-speed manual transmission, 2-speed transfer case, and heavy-duty axles provide the go-anywhere part of the FJs resume, and the suspension, while capable, is still civilized enough to use every day on your commute. Theres a recent exhaust that has the right sound and its fitted with big 33x12.50-15 off-road radials on shiny chrome wheels. Make no mistake, FJs are more than just Japanese Jeeps, and the market is speaking. Will this be the one you finally take home for yourself? Call today!
Rarely do vehicles we sell come out so lopsided in favor of the buyer, but the truth is, you couldnt duplicate this 1983 Chevy pickup with a budget three times bigger than the asking price. Cool two-tone paint, a custom interior, and plenty of V8 power mean that this truck still has what it takes to get noticed on Saturday night. You can count me as one of those folks who like the look of the short bed on a regular cab pickup because the proportions are almost ideal. Of course, this truck is done hauling stuff, but with the slammed stance and two-tone paint job, it looks about a mile long and thanks to a sizeable pile of cash going into the paint a few years ago, it looks fantastic. Super straight bodywork is completely stock save for the rear roll pan but it sure looks trick. Once everything was blocked and straight, it received a few coats of copper and black urethane, a blue pinstripe between them, and enough clear to make it all shine. In the following years, it was driven, shown, and enjoyed, but even so it looks quite good out in the sun. A blacked-out grille gives the front end a sleek look and the bed is protected with a spray-in bedliner, so it still works as a truck. Looks cool and practical? Win! You know that a truck this dramatic on the outside needs to be special inside, and it doesnt disappoint. A custom black seat cover on the bench seat looks up-to-date and features Chevy Bowtie emblems to tie it together. Its comfortable enough to live in all day and looks great with only minor signs of use. The original dash is full of original instruments and theyre joined by a tach on top of the dash and the usual trio of auxiliary dials underneath. Very cool custom door panesl blend in with the rest of the interior and youll note that this truck carries options like power windows and a tilt steering column, meaning that its very user-friendly today. Theres a modern AM/FM/CD head unit in the dash, which delivers sound to a bevy of speakers throughout the truck. It also has a sliding rear window, which is great for ventilation and tinted glass helps with temperatures and the cool factor. Following the sizzling paint and eyeball-popping interior, the 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood seems rather ordinary. However, you shouldnt underestimate it, as it carries an Edelbrock Air Gap intake and Holley carburetor, World Products cylinder heads, MSD ignition, long-tube headers, and a little bit of chrome. For a truck like this, its important for it to have the power to back up the look. Even so, it starts easily, idles well, and moves the slammed pickup with ease, all with a great V8 soundtrack from the twin pipes exiting together under the tailgate. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission powers the original rear end, and the incredible in-the-weeds stance looks cool without an abusive ride. Its quite clean underneath, the Flowmaster mufflers sound great, and 15-inch Vision Legend wheels carry staggered 255/60/15 front and 275/60/15 rear performance radials. This is a whole heck of a lot of custom truck for the price of a 5-year-old Hyundai. If its attention you crave, this truck will deliver in a very big way. Call today!
Although Willys survived in one form or another through the 50s, its really the cars (and trucks) they built in the pre-war era that really get enthusiasts attention. This 1941 Willys pickup, while fiberglass, nails the look that put Willys onto so many fans must-have lists and with a 5.0 Mustang powertrain, its as reliable as it is good-looking. Satin black is always a great look on vintage pickups, even if theyre brand-new. It recalls the days when old trucks would have been parts-chasers at hot rod shops or push vehicles at Bonneville. It has a no-nonsense vibe that was born out of one part economy and one part low-maintenance, and it still works today. Of course, with fresh fiberglass bodywork as your starting point, youre going to get some pretty impressive results, and this cool pickup fits together rather well. Without rapping your knuckles on its skin, youll never know what its made of, and everyone knows its a Willys even without the neat little badge on the hood. The 41s are iconic with their teardrop headlights and electric shaver grille, both of which are accurately replicated here. The bed is still functional and usable, so this is still a truck at heart, and again, the low-maintenance surfaces ensure that youll never worry about using it as a real vehicle. The interior is considerably more up-to-date than the bare-bones original design, starting with a leather bench seat, custom console, and custom door panels to make it feel far more upscale than the original Willys designers envisioned. A three spoke wheels and gauges that look a lot like vintage Stewart Warner dials help with that vintage look, but you also get such niceties as cold A/C, a tilt steering column, and power windows to make this an easy place to spend your time. The center console houses a Hurst shifter for the 5-speed manual transmission and while its compact, it isnt claustrophobic thanks to the light upholstery and big windows. Theres plenty of sound insulation, so its comfortable and cool inside, another hallmark of a quality build. This isnt a generic kit car, this is a machine where someone was sweating the details. Swing the long, pointed hood open and youre greeted by the familiar Ford 5.0 liter Mustang intake manifold and accessories. Bulletproof reliable, torquey as all get-out, and lots of fun, its a very neat fit in the Willys engine bay and will work well for many years to come. Its also nice to see something thats not a Chevy and with fuel injection, it feels far, far more modern. A few polished bits along with yellow highlights make the engine bay look dressed up, and theres a big Griffin aluminum radiator up front that doesnt have any trouble keeping up with the injected 302. Theres also an upgraded alternator and R134a refrigerant in the A/C system for reliability. The Mustangs 5-speed manual transmission shifts beautifully and surprisingly, it all sits on a 1998 Chevrolet S10 pickup chassis, so the steering and rear end are modern as well. 4-wheel disc brakes are a great addition to the roster and the front end was totally rebuilt with new ball joints and bushings. Fat sway bars front and rear give it appropriately sporty handling and those 15-inch Rocket Gasser wheels are period-perfect with 215/70/15 front and 295/50/15 rear Mickey Thompson radials wrapped around them. A neat truck with lots of features, lots of power, and a great look, all for about half the cost of construction. Pretty hard to beat that. Call today
What if you could have a truck that looks like 1956 but drives like a muscle car? Well, heres the answer to your question, a spectacular 1956 Chevrolet 3100 pickup with a high-powered ZZ4 350 inside plus a cabin full of luxury options. Talk about having your cake and eating it too! Painted a brilliant semi-metallic green from DuPont called Pond Scum Green, this slick pickup represents the first of the pickups that were actually styled by designers rather than merely engineered. As a result, they carry a lot of automotive-inspired design cues, and if you see a little bit of Shoebox Chevy in the design, the coincidence is purely intentional. Of course, the fact that it was finished to todays standards certainly helps, and theres not a ripple, dent, pockmark, or dent anywhere on the beautiful surface of this truck. The paint is about a mile deep, and has been rubbed and buffed to a mirror-like shine, and while there are a few signs of having been driven, its still a show-stopper. Enhancing the polished look is a custom 1957 grille, shaved emblems, and a bunch of louvers punched into the tailgate. Behind that tailgate, youll find a beautifully finished oak bed with polished stainless strips that tie in with the bright chrome bumpers and taillights. And youll note this is the desirable big window cab, making it feel airy inside without spoiling the vintage look. Gorgeous tan leather is the dominant theme inside, with the original bench seat replaced by what appears to be a custom split bench that looks right at home in the cab. Custom door panels and plus carpets certainly help it feel far more luxurious than 1956. Fortunately, it retains a 50s sensibility but the modern materials will definitely attract more than their fair share of appreciative nods at shows. The dash uses a set of custom gauges that mimic the original while providing a bit more information, and A/C vents have been discreetly tucked underneath in their own special panel. A tilt wheel with a custom billet wheel adds to the 21st century feel, as well as the custom head unit in the original radios slot, with speakers scattered throughout the cab. Its just spectacular inside and you can see that cubic dollars were spent to make it look this good. Underneath that beautiful green sheetmetal, youll find a heavily fortified chassis. Up front theres a 350 cubic inch ZZ4 crate motor that packs quite a bit more power than the original 283. Theres plenty of flash thanks to the custom pinstriped air cleaner assembly, finned valve covers, and a few chrome bits. But its also fully operational thanks to an Edelbrock carb, Bow Tie intake manifold, and a big Walker radiator up front. Power rack-and-pinion steering and power front disc brakes came with the Southern Rods independent front suspension, which gives it agile handling, particularly for a pickup. A smooth-shifting automatic transmission clicks through the gears, feeding a GM rear end from a 2001 Chevy Blazer hanging on a 4-link with coil-over shocks. A Flowmaster dual exhaust system gives it just a little bit of rumble, but it doesnt intrude, making this truck an easy long-distance hauler. Color-matched steel wheels with cool inner and outer trim rings add a period-perfect look, as do the staggered 215/70/15 front and 225/70/15 rear BFGoodrich wide whitewall radials. This is a no-compromises truck built to very high standards, and youll be proud to call it your own. Call today!
The Big Three all introduced new pickup trucks in 1948, but historians generally acknowledge that the Dodge B-series was the most advanced of them all. While Ford and Chevy tried to put new details in old trucks, Dodge went all-out and designed a completely new vehicle with several notable improvements to design, safety, and carrying capacity. The result is that trucks like this 1950 Dodge B100 drive like much more modern pieces, and when theyre as nicely restored as this one is, theyre unusual and admired additions to any collection. The single most noteworthy design feature of the new Dodge trucks was the fender line that sweeps all the way into the door panel. Not only was this the first foray into the completely integrated designs that would come in the 1950s, but it instantly made the Ford and Chevy trucks look dated. Dodge designers referred to it as the Pilothouse safety cab. Refinished in bright red with a black bed, this handsome half-ton shows just the right amount of gloss, perfectly appropriate to a working vehicle. Nicely assembled, the door gaps are good, the fenders line up well, and that unique side-opening hood sits just right. Theres not a lot of chrome, and the grille has been painted in white as was the fashion of the day, giving the truck an honest, blue-collar look thats extremely appealing. Bumpers are basic black, the bed features beautiful fresh planks and drop-in stake sides, and its still running a single taillight, just like 1950. The interior is spartan, yes, but still stylish in a hard-working way. The bench seat features new black vinyl as original, and the rubber floor mat meant that you could hose the interior out after a long day working out in the field. Dual pods create a symmetrical dashboard design, with only a speedometer and fuel gauge on the drivers side, with controls for the wipers, lights, and ignition in the center. Presumably, the passenger-side pod could hold an AM radio, although as a work vehicle, such equipment would be quite rare. All the gauges are fully operational and it isnt difficult to feel at home behind that big steering wheel. Flip up the side-opening hood and discover Dodges rugged 218 cubic inch inline-six engine, which was a mainstay of Chrysler products for many years. Virtually indestructible, these flathead engines made good torque and ran forever with only basic maintenance. Thanks to a freshly rebuilt carburetor, this one runs smoothly and moves the half-ton pickup very well on city streets, and will cruise happily at 50 MPH all day. Its not detailed for show but its tidy, and from behind the wheel it delivers the true early truck experience. It also features heavy duty oil and air filters and a big radiator that will keep this hard working engine cool no matter what the conditions. Its backed by a 4-speed manual transmission with an ultra-low first gear for slow-speed work, but in most cases you wont need it. The front axles and wheels of all models eight inches further back than the former trucks and moved the engine slightly forward, resulting in shifting more of the payload to the front axle and allowing greater payload ratings without adding heavier rear axle springs. As a result, the Dodge rides and handles extremely well and feels much more car-like than its contemporaries. A set of blackwall radials on the original steel wheels certainly help ride and handling, yet look authentic under the fenders. If youve been looking for a vintage truck to cruise around in, and are tired of all the Fords and Chevys you see these days, perhaps a B-series Dodge is what youve been looking for. Give us a call today!
1969 Ford F-100 Ranger, 240 cu. 6Cyl, Autolite 1101, 1-V Manuel Choke Carburetor, Warner T85N 3 speed with overdrive Trans. Stock Driveline, Stock rear end & axles, Manuel drum brakes, Manuel steering. VIN. F10ACE73272
This vehicle, when sold at the listed price, will include free shipping within the Continental United States.This 1971 GMC Sierra Grande was the top of the line in its day. This is a three owner truck that was built in Atlanta and has remained in the Atlanta area ever since. There has been a lot of work done on this truck in the last 5 years including new paint, new crate motor and new interior. It comes with a folder full of receipts.New 350 V-8 crate motor in 2013TH350 automatic transmissionStock suspension and rear endPower steeringPower front disc brakesFactory A/C truck (not working)New Edelbrock carburetorNew exterior two-toned finish in 2016Original body moldingsAll new emblems, bezels and side markersBlack textured Rhino type bed finishBed removed and cab painted properlyNew interior seat covers, door panels, arm rests and seat beltsNew dash pad comes with itLED taillights and side marker lightsNew cab bushingsNew rubbers and window feltsNew hood springsSold new in Atlanta, 1st owner until 1983Second owner from 1983 to 2005, 22 yearsThird owner from 2005 to current, 13 yearsComplete folder of build receiptsThis truck can be driven daily. It runs and drives extremely well. With very little work it could be a weekend warrior at the local shows! For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at email@example.com
This vehicle, when sold at the listed price, will include a guarantee and free shipping within the Continental United States.This truck is a beast of a build! It’s a 1970 Chevy C10 that has been customized from top to bottom. This is a high dollar frame-off restoration with less than 15K miles.· 383 stroker V-8 engine· TH400 automatic transmission· 2500 stall convertor· Ford 9” posi rear with 3.50 gear· Frame-off restored· Complete engine bay detail· Power steering· Power 4 wheel disc brakes· Ceramic coated headers· Be Cool aluminum radiator· Dual electric fans· Quick Fuel Slayer 750 carburetor· Spectre air filter system· Polished intake· Chrome alternator· Custom valve covers· Optima battery· Fuel pressure gauge· Electronic ignition· Gray interior in very nice condition· Matching door panels and headliner· Billet Specialties steering wheel and dash face pieces· Chrome tilt column· Billet handles and rearview mirror· Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with Jensen speakers· Sport-Comp tach· TCI Outlaw shifter· Separate switches for the dual electric fans· Air bag switches and gauges in the glove box· Heavy floor mats· Perfectly detailed inner bed with oak wood floor· Breath-taking exterior base/clear finish· Custom flames· Sanded and buffed to a mirror finish· Shaved doors with poppers· New grill, mirrors, headlights and taillights· New tinted glass· Chopped top· Painted bumpers· New 20” Ridler chrome wheels· 245/35ZR20 on the front· 305/50R20 on the back· Custom side exhaust ports· Detailed undercarriage· Tubbed· Under mount fuel cell· Air bag system· Dual exhaust from the headers out the side· Painted drive shaft· Less than 15K miles since completion There’s no doubt that a fortune was spent on this truck. Take a listen to the video and you’ll understand how it runs as good as it looks. This truck is a strong running crowd pleaser! For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
1987 GMC Sierra 1500 LWB 4x4 truck. It has the 350 Throttle Body engine with a 400 Turbo transmission. It has dual exhaust mufflers but no tail pipes. All the lights work even the tag light and dash panel lights. The paint on the truck has some nicks and scratches and some places the paint has chipped off. There is some rust on the body as seen in pics. Not real bad but there. The body side molding could stand to be replaced but ok as is. It has factory power steering and power disc brakes along with factory A/C that works. The seat has a cover over it. The seat cover needs replaced as it has tape covering the bad places. Looks good with seat cover. The door panels are faded but in good shape. The dash pad cover is new. The gauges appear to be working. It has a rubber mat on the floor and came that way from factory. All the glass looks good and the windows roll up and down. The doors shut good and tight. It has a Panasonic stereo/CD player. The wipers work as does the horn. The bed has a bedliner in it with a tool box and bed rails. The tires has plenty of tread left on them. The underside of truck looks solid. Hard to find a 1987 4X4. Good driver.
Here is a very nice, freshly built 1957 Chevy Suburban. Dont see many of these around anymore. This one is really nice. It has a 1975 Model 350 engine that is pretty stock and runs great. It has an Aluminum Radiator to keep the engine running cool. Added was Vintage A/C that blows cold and perfect for these hot summer days. It has a Pro comp intake and dual exhaust. The paint is a satin Blue with off White trim and looks great. All the body lines are good and doors shut easy. The door glass rolls up and down good. All the glass is new as is all the rubbers around the glass. The 350 Turbo transmission shifts out smooth. The interior is all new including seats and seat covers with both front and back being bucket seats. The headliner is new as are the gauges and they all work. The paint dash and door panels look great. The interior matches the exterior. It has new door handles both inside and outside. The wipers were converted to electric and work great. The Chrome Polished tilt steering column looks great with the original style steering wheel. It has a nice Pioneer stereo/CD player to listen to your favorite tunes. All the lights work.It has a Nova front clip with power steering and power disc brakes. The rear is a 10 bolt geared for hwy driving. This Suburban has been lowered and has 17 inch Riddler wheels with new 215/55R17 tires on front and 235/65R17 on back. It has an awesome stance. Very nice Suburban here.
Here is a really nice and real clean 1991 Chevy 1500 SWB truck. This truck is showing 201,898 but previous owner put a new engine in this truck at 187,810 so engine only has 14,000 miles on it. It runs and drives great. The overdrive transmission shifts smooth like it should. The paint looks good and the body is straight. There are no dings or rust bubbles. This truck has always been in Georgia. The interior is really nice and clean with no blemishes on seat. The headliner, carpet and door panels all look good. It has power windows and locks that work. Everything on the truck works including all the gauges and lights. It still has the factory stereo. According to Carfax it was involved in a minor accident back in 1996 but looking at it today there are no signs of an accident. The truck is the original color of blue. It has a bedliner to protect the bed as well as a tool box. The underside of truck is solid with no rust issues. These 1988 to early nineties truck are really holding their value good and are becoming more popular. This truck I would drive anywhere.
Here is a super nice 1987 Chevy Scottsdale C-10 truck. This truck runs strong and drives great. It came from the factory with the 5.0 Liter engine but now has a 383 Stroker engine with alot of power. It sounds awesome with the headers and dual exhaust. It has a Holley Carb. The inner fenders are new and the whole engine compartment is very nicely detailed. The automatic transmission is gone and was replaced with a Muncie 4 speed manual transmission. This truck is a blast to drive. The Blue paint is fresh and slick and the body is straight. The original hood was replaced with a new cowl hood. The bed has a nice spray in bedliner that looks great. The entire interior is new. The seat, carpet, door panels, headliner, retro sound stereo and dash are all new. The A/C system is new and blows cold. It has Billet Specialty wheels with Nitto tires. Tubular upper and lower control arms. The rear is a 12 bolt. All the lights works and all the gauges work except the oil pressure gauge which is an easy fix. This truck has a great stance.
Here is a good running and very solid 1966 Ford F-100 Stepside short bed truck. It has a 69 or 70 model 302 engine that runs great. It has a 1972 Model frame. The transmission is a fully synchronized 3 speed on the column manual. The body is solid with only surface rust. The truck has never been painted. It has only surface rust. This truck was in the process of being restored by previous owner but he had too many projects going on and decided to sell this truck. He had even bought the paint to have truck painted and that goes with the truck. Here are some of the things that has already been done on this truck:New RadiatorNew Alternator & Voltage RegulatorNew WindshieldNew SeatNew Wood Bed and Cross BracesNew Taillights & BraketsNew Tailgate Chains & HingesNew Rear Bumper & BracketsGood Used Front Bumper & GrilleNew Headlights & AdjustersNew Brakes ( About 1 year ago )New Exhaust & Flow Sound MufflersAluminum Alloy 16 Inch WheelsAs you can see a good bit of stuff has been bought and put on this truck already. The floors are solid as are the cab mounts. This would be a good truck to have painted since you will already have the paint or just drive it as is with that Patina look. I also have the correct year steering wheel that goes with truck if you dont like the later model steering wheel on it now.
Talk about a cool looking truck that you can get in and drive and have fun with. This 1964 Ford Custom Cab truck is just that. It is a 1964 Ford Cab and bed sitting on a 1998 S-10 frame. This Ford truck was a long bed truck from factory but was cut down to a short bed to fit the S-10 frame. It is actually 3 inches shorter than a regular short bed. The guy who built this truck is one of the best as you cannot tell without me telling you that the bed was ever cut. It has the 4.3 Liter S-10 engine as well as the 700R4 overdrive transmission. This truck will get you good gas mileage. It drives great, looks cool with great natural Patina. The truck was lowered to fit down on the S-10 frame and has a great stance. The gas tank was relocated to under the bed. The body has a little rust at bottom of both doors but that is the look the builder wanted. It is not a rust bucket though. It was professionally built. The tilt steering column and steering wheel also came out of the S-10 truck. It has a New seat, New Headliner, All New Weather Stripping and New Rubber Mat on the floor. The speedometer works as does the heater. It has a compressor for A/C but needs everything else. Both door glass windows roll up and down good. This is a great running truck that is fun to drive and gets alot of attention.
Check out this Barn Find. From what I can tell by the vin number it is a 1952 Model 3 window. The vin starts with 8KPK and the KP indicates it to be a 1952 Model. This truck has been sitting for 3 years. It has the 235 6 cylinder engine but is not running at this time. It also still has the 3 speed on the column manual transmission. The truck is original but would be a good project to streetrod. It does have some rust. The cab corners need replacing and there is some rust holes in the floors. The body is overall pretty solid with surface rust mainly. These truck bring alot of money when restored. The seat is in good shape and it still has the original gauges. These trucks are in high demand and are one of the most beautiful body styles Chevy ever made. I can take more pics of anything on the truck if the pics I have are not enough for you.
Here is a pretty nice 1993 Ford F-150 XLT 4X4 short bed truck. According to Carfax it has never had an accident. The mileage on the truck is 105442 and Carfax backs that up. It has a good running 5.0 Liter engine connected to an automatic transmission. It runs out and shifts out good. The truck was bought new in Dallas, Ga and has remained in Georgia except for a month stay in Tennessee. The body is solid as is the floors and bed. The paint is good but not perfect. I would call it driver quality. The interior looks great with the seat, door panels, headliner and carpet all in good shape. It has power windows, power locks, power side mirrors and power drivers seat. Everything works like it should. it has tilt steering and a nice Kenwood Stereo/CD player. The tires are brand new Firestone 35X12.50R20LT and the wheels are new as well. Even bought 5 to have have matching spare. The lift is pretty new as well. It drives good on the road. Has a step to get up into truck. The 4WD works like it should. Just a good older 4X4 truck.
Here is a good running and driving 1989 GMC Sierra 1500 4X4 truck. This truck has always been in Georgia so there are no rust issues. It is powered by the 5.7 Liter 350 engine. Under the hood is still all stock.The overdrive transmission shifts out like it should. The Red paint is in good condition with a good shine to it. The interior is also in overall good shape. Minor wear on the drivers side seat but original seat cover so it has held up good. Everything works as far as all the gauges, lights, A/C & heat, wipers etc.. The original radio is still in the truck. Someone disconnected it and bought a Stereo/CD player to put in the opening where the old CD player was. They bought the dash piece to replace the original piece that fits the stereo but the piece is black and needs to be dyed to match the red dash. The stereo and dash piece come with the truck. The glove box lid is broken and needs to be replaced. The bed is in great shape and not all scratched up. The 4WD works good. It has not been lifted so it rides good. This would be a good daily driver truck. These body style trucks are gaining value. Dont miss this one. This truck has never been in any accidents according to CarFax.
Do you have memories of riding around in Pawpaws truck? Does the smell of an old truck take you back to your childhood? Do you have a box of old 8-Tracks laying around? If so, then this truck is for you! The old truck is solid, its original 302 and 3 speed work flawlessly, and the ride is exceptional. Has a great looking interior and the original 8 track radio. These truck are getting harder to find in this condition. Most of them got used on the farm or as plumbers trucks and were completely destroyed. This one is a keeper!!Come in today and lets work a deal.FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS!!
Its not often that you see a pickup from the 80s in this condition. Most were used as work horses and completely destroyed. This 1985 F100 XLT is a very nice truck. It is equipped with the 5.8L 351 and an automatic transmission. The truck has 86,606 miles and has a one owner Georgia title. Great truck to put to work or to cruise around in.Give us a call and lets work a deal.
In the realm of todays classic trucks, there are many avenues that someone can take to build one. On any internet search you can find ample supply of vintage trucks ranging from a few hundred dollars to well over 6 figures. On one hand there is the satisfaction you could get by building your own ride. On the other hand, the drive is the important part to some people. If you are a part of the latter group...... Boy do we have a ride for you!!This 1969 Ford F100 pickup is off the charts nice! The owner started with a solid truck and made it into the beauty you see before you. Lots of man hours went in to making subtle yet immaculate improvements to the whole package. All of the body seams have been welded and smoothed, the drip rails have been removed, hand sanded and polished Mahogany bed-wood with aluminum strips were installed in the bed, all of the exterior trim is NEW, and the super slick Royal Maroon and Wimbledon White paint was laid down on a wave and dent free body. The exterior lights are all LEDs. The interior is stock appearing with the addition of an awesome leather bench seat and fully polished steering column. The custom center console houses 2 cup holders and the Panasonic double DIN radio complete with Apple software, navigation, and a back up camera. The wheels are Ridler 650s; 20x8 and 20x10 with 285/35R20 and 255/35/R20 Nitto tires. The rear suspension is stock and the front end has been swapped with a Crown Victoria clip complete with power steering and power disc brakes. The power for this beauty comes from a stock 351 Windsor and a C6 automatic.This truck needs absolutely nothing but a driver!! It is a show stopper and a trophy winner anywhere you would want to take it!!!Call or stop by and lets work a dealFinancing available from Collector Car Lending for qualified buyers.