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I'm submitting a photo of a 40's pic-up truck in a field in Streetsboro,Oh.
Can any identify the make and year of this truck? It looks to be that of a GM product.
May 11, 2008
that is a tough call without the grill and headlamp buckets showing, it also looks like maybe just the front 12 inches of the fenders were cut off?
If I had to guess I would say 41-43 Ford, but the Dodge trucks looked similiar with that windshield...
May 12, 2008
I am a old truck nut and had my 37 Chevy over 30 years now.Allso sold a 36 Ford and 38 Chevy pickups a few years ago.Man thats a small pick for these 62 year old eyes.Looks to me like just the fender brace on the right and no grill.I guess 1941-46 Chevy or GMC.1939 was first year for split wind shield in chevy.Grill and head lights make them easy.This sure is not easy.
July 8, 2008
Well heres my 2 cents worth..lol..I copied the pic and blew it up, it lots to have a inline 6, the air breather is to one side , I used to operate a 39 chev boom truck in a wrecking yard and to me thats what it looks like..the ford in these years mentioned are more round in the cab roof, had a few 36 37 ford cabs...Either way hard to find mid 30's cabs not matter what it is..
September 15, 2009
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