1948 Dodge Fargo Pickup Truck
Thank you Jed for sending a photo of your 1941 Dodge. He appropriately named her Daisy cuz he plucked her from this field. And she's not rusty that's patina!
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60apache4by  - October 26, 2010
thats a cool old truck hope somebody saves it.
oldtimerider  - November 26, 2009
Is this the same truck that I just posted to on page 1?Think so.Like it a lot.
jed  - October 4, 2009
Daisy is coming along well since last post although she is slowly moving into my house, thought she was an out-door truck. P.S This is her least flattering pose. I have also removed the crappy 50's bondo from this fender.
croteau  - October 2, 2009
love tour truck
oldtimerider  - September 22, 2009
The small ones are what I call cowl lights like lots of 33 34 cars had.Never saw old fog lights that small.Lots of later add on ones on small cars.When I think old fog lights the big ol yellow lens ones that were seen on so many 41-48 chevys is what I think of.Nice ol truck enjoy.
jed  - July 21, 2009
Also all intact and all original but very dirty. Cowl light original and the small ones by the door are fogs.
jed  - July 21, 2009
It just so happens that she is my 1941. Called Daisy cuz I plucked her from this field. And she's not rusty that's patina!
oldtimerider  - June 23, 2009
Think most all trucks were six lug back then.I know chevy was till in the 60s.My 37 & 38 chevy 1/2 tons were six lug.My 36 Ply car was five lug but I never owned a Mopar truck.Even Chevy cars were six lug till 1949.This does look like more than a 1,2 ton pickup.
legratrodder  - June 20, 2009
This is a heavy duty truck. Note the 6 lug nuts. Probably 1 ton chassis. This was a work horse in it's day. I would love to build a rat rod from the cab and box. Nice sheet metal on this one.
oldtimerider  - June 18, 2009
Was Fargo later going the the next style than Dodge?I like this 39-early 47 Dodge style lots better than the next gen.The small cowl lights looks like early 30s cars.Is that factory or some sort of after market turn signals?
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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