This is my 46 Chevy three quarter ton. It has a 307 V8 and a blown automatic transmission. The rear end was not bolted down correctly so it needs work also. I need to tear it down to the frame and start over. I like it becase of the origional black paint. It has a shine and some hazing that looks great. The prior owner did some welding on the frame and changes to the suspension that are poorly done. I will get to it after I get my current project finished.
This is my 42 Chevy half ton. I bought it for parts for the 46 but it is complete enouph to fix up. It may be a GMC. The vin tag is off the car. The seller gave it to me with the title. They don't match. One is a Chevy and the other is a GMC. It says Chevy in the front and that's what the title says so that's what it will be.
This is the only really drivable collector pickup I have. It is a 53 Chevy half ton. It has the origional? 216 in it. It runs OK but don't plan on moving along over about 50 mph. I haven't done much to it. I added the origional style tail lights, shocks, and a wood bed.
Thid old gal is a 34 one ton with a flat bed (full of 56 VW parts at the moment). She does run along at about 30 mph but overheats. I have pulled the water pump and flushed the radiator but it probably needs an better cleanout. The rims are called "widowmakers" for good reason so I had a professional mount the 6 tires. You can see more about her on www.stovebolt.com .
.These are my last 3 trucks; a 36 half ton, a 59 half ton, and a 51 half ton. These were all bought for the engine parts. Maybe they will all hear road noise again.
This is a 65 "turtleback" wrecker. The wrecker runs but need brakes. I'm hoping to use it to go to swap meets. It sure beats tragging a trailer. I never got the breaks fixes do I game it to someone that could.