Early REO Heavy Duty Truck

Fairly Rare REO Heavy Duty Truck, I'm sure it served its owners chores well!

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Mar 2, 2011

its screemin restore me pleaze

Dec 13, 2009

As I have aged, I'm less likely to call someone an idiot. You never know what the story is behind this. I bought a Ford Falcon from a guy that had it in a barn for years. Come to find out, it was his son's and he was killed in Vietnam and Dad couldn't part with it for nearly 40 years. You never know.

Apr 11, 2009

Well, by the looks of how its been treated, by the missing wheels, broken window, and no headlights, I'd conclude the owner of this wonderful truck was an IDIOT!!!!!

Apr 9, 2008

need cash of course and a few good swap meets will help alot too.

Mar 19, 2008


Jan 2, 2008

I'll give you 500-600 dollars for it.

Dec 22, 2007

I would love to have this truck to restore.

Sep 1, 2007

If I can remember right Ransom Eli Olds made Reo after he got kick out of the Oldsmobile company, I can't remember what that reason was but then he started up the Reo Company which was his nickname see Ransom Eli Olds (REO).

Jul 3, 2007

Very sweet....very salvageable.

Jun 17, 2007

What part of Washington is this Reo located in.This REO looks like my operating 1942 REO dump truck. My truck is in the Ellensburg Washington area.

Feb 17, 2007

More like if you have the MONEY, they can all be saved.

Feb 13, 2007

I think the plate says Washington! Looks like central Washington country.

Jan 28, 2007

I have a brother to this reo looking for some info on where to find some parts. thanks

Dec 28, 2006

That would be a great Truck hauler. (for a DIVCO) Nice truck

Sep 4, 2006

so true rusty old man

Aug 3, 2006

If you have the BALLs thay all can be saved.