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Steve McQueen’s pickup truck loaded-up with his Bud Ekins’ desert-modified Triumph Bonneville desert racer. I bet the tailgate is lettered by Von Dutch, he worked for Ekins at one time, and did a lot of work for Steve McQueen

December 15th, 2017 by admin

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Steve McQueen’s pickup truck loaded-up with his Bud Ekins’ desert-modified Triumph Bonneville desert racer. I bet the tailgate is lettered by Von Dutch, he worked for Ekins at one time, and did a lot of work for Steve McQueen

Unpacking the ‘Big Top’ at a circus in Texas in 1954.

December 7th, 2017 by admin

https://www.flickr.com/photos/69559277@N04/18457606716/

And this is the only time I’ve ever posted a truck that had the top of a carnival tent. 11 years and I’ve never seen one before!

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Unpacking the ‘Big Top’ at a circus in Texas in 1954.

Cool spare tire cove cover on this ol Dodge

December 5th, 2017 by admin

The guy’s dad bought the truck new from a local dealer. It was retired to his field about 20 years ago, with an agreement that the kid wouldn’t touch it until the dad passed away. Seems a damn shame that the dad wouldn’t work on it with the kid, and see the kid enjoy something, and the old truck come back to life, but… people are strange.

http://scottygossonexposed.blogspot.com/2015/04/runnin-on-fumes.html

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Cool spare tire cove cover on this ol Dodge

Cool Chevy Apache from Chris Holstrom Concepts

November 11th, 2017 by admin

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Cool Chevy Apache from Chris Holstrom Concepts

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a truck quite like this before, but it has quite the interior and exterior of color to catch the eye

November 6th, 2017 by admin

Luv is in the air

October 23rd, 2017 by admin

how many people get that reference to a 40 year old song?

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Luv is in the air

it’s looking a lot like fall

October 20th, 2017 by admin

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it’s looking a lot like fall

impressive Datsun truck, I haven’t seen a mini truck worked this much since the 90s

September 21st, 2017 by admin

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impressive Datsun truck, I haven’t seen a mini truck worked this much since the 90s

the Hendricks Grand Garnisher

September 15th, 2017 by admin

In celebration of World Cucumber Day, Hendrick’s Gin (which is itself infused with cucumber) has announced the launch of a brand new cucumber slicer! The Grand Garnisher is an unusually prodigious semi-automated machine capable of slicing cucumbers while cruising at road speeds of up to 25 mph! How does this work, you ask? Thanks to a hybrid combination of a large diesel motor and a well-dressed gentleman pedaling a large-wheeled bicycle!

The Grand Garnisher commenced its maiden voyage from New York City on June 14th (World Cucumber Day), striking out on a meandering path westward across the continent, seeking to delight onlookers, cocktail-lovers and cucumber aficionados alike.

https://www.facebook.com/HendricksGinUS/
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the Hendricks Grand Garnisher

Buick made trucks 1910-1922, and a couple unique ones, prototypes, after that… like the postal delivery truck in 1928 for use at the factory

September 2nd, 2017 by admin

One of 2,500 built at Buick’s Hamilton Road plant in Flint when you had to outfit them yourself or take them to a coach builder.

This is the one vehicle that survived the 1966 fire that destroyed the collection of Albert Koates, who owned a well-known glass company, and obtained the truck in 1951 from a Battle Creek collector, who in turn got the truck from a Chicago man who was an early collector of historic vehicles and a one-time president of the Antique Automobile Society of America.

Buick stopped making the truck in 1912. However, when Alfred P. Sloan went on to create General Motor’s “ladder of success,” in the 1920s Buick was positioned just below Cadillac in prestige.

Albert Mroz, author of “The Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Trucks,” wrote that Buick continued offering light trucks through 1918 and reintroduced a light truck chassis in 1922, but GM dropped it years later in favor of trucks with the Chevrolet and GMC badges.

In 1928:

http://thecountypress.mihomepaper.com/news/2015-05-24/News/Rare_Buick_truck_on_display_at_the_Hadley_Mill_Mus.html
https://buickman2.wordpress.com/2014/12/20/buick-trucks/

the remaining one of four 1940 Buick Pickup trucks that were never “officially” built as concept or prototype vehicles, but were custom crafted by Buick Engineering in Flint, MI for use only as intra-factory service.