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- April 4, 2012
Is that a late 50's/early 60's Impala next to it? Thats two counts of "Man-Iculer Vehicle-Slaughter" Punishable by DEATH!
- February 8, 2008
Nope the body style in this picture is from 39-47...then they changed
- January 12, 2008
Is a 1948 cab 1/2 ton same as 1947 1/2 ton?
- January 2, 2008
Nice Truck Shagrat!
- October 25, 2007
skidroe: shag my dad and i are building one right now dropped body 6" put 46 pontiac front fenders we are having a good time dad found it in a farmers field and got it free also dodge dakota rear end fits perfect .
- May 18, 2007
I grew up with one of these in the family. I can send a pic of it , if you would like. The pic was taken around 1957. My dad, uncl and brother are all in the pic, I was about 4 years old then
- May 7, 2007
NICE FIND DUDE /HOW AFORD IT!
- May 1, 2007
wow! nice find congrats!
- April 11, 2007
Hey Shagrat, Awesome truck! I'm A Chevy man, but that's a cool truck! Hope to see it at a later time when you have done some work to it!
- February 22, 2007
I'll take the Corvair parked next to the truck.
- February 14, 2007
im looking for a dodge truck from 1954 to 1940 if anybody knows wherei can get one under 5000, please do tell
- February 4, 2007
I'm putting in a low mile '75 225 slant six out of a Valiant. I'll be adding a mild cam and an Eaton M90 supercharger out of a t-bird super-coupe.
- February 3, 2007
shagrat, i've got two of these.
- December 14, 2006
tell us more about the slant 6 power
- November 18, 2006
way to go shag, we don't see many of the ole dodge's on the road.
- November 10, 2006
good for you for saving it
- October 1, 2006
This truck is now residing in my garage, and is going to be a slant 6 powered rat-rod. Eventually it will get bodywork and shiney paint. If you look closely behind the truck, you can see that old Chevy bus through the trees.
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Rusty and Abandoned Classic Trucks
Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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