Mystery truck!!! It is either a Chevrolet or GMC Pickup Truck
Chevy for sure.Think I would put a few dollars down that GMC did not even make a pick up till 1936.My guess 31 or 32 chevy.The trucks often stayed older looking a year or two after the cars got new styles around this time.My 37 chevy pu has a flat four bolt dash and crank out windshield as did my 38.The chevy cars were far more modern by 1936.The 37 and 38 do look like the chevy cars a lot from the front but the grills don't enter change.
1931 Chevrolet...with Earlier Grill 1928?
Fellas, I've blown it up so many times I would have needed a monitor 30 feet wide. Moreover, I would have to guess at a chevy with the first 2 letters broken off. And, It also appears that there is a large "V" in the middle of the oval. If one looks real close he or she may also see the chigger bug crawling on the glass in the one behind the chev.
Whoops! I looked again. It is a Chevy. I also thionk it is a 31 rusto44.
I think gkrantz is right. The hood doesnt fit. Look where it meets at the front and back. If you blow the picture up its not a bowtie either guys.
It has to be chev it's got that mean square lookin' body and if you close up the symbol looks bowtie
It's Chevy all the way man!
if its a chev then Ill take it
Nice gold mine!!!!
looks like it would make a good street rod
it looks like a international emblem with the 3 daimonds. but its a gm truck.
is ther any 1936 chevys ther if so i need an adres
I have a 31 1.5t. It's a twin to this truck.
Cab is a 32 or 33. Hood looks to be off a sedan maybe chevy. I have a 33and the radiator logo is the bow tie
i could barely make it out it is actually a chevy and does anybody have an address or something so i could contact this guy
its a 31 or 32 chevy you can see the bowtie on the front grill, nice truck
Looking at the radiator logo, I'd say it's a GMC
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