Big Trucks, Stylish Trucks, and Vintage Trucks!

Trucks come in all shapes, sizes and age at Vintage Motor Cars! Here are a variety of trucks we have available:

1925 Ford Model T Huckster Pickup

Enthusiasm for Ford’s wonderfully simple Model T remains as strong as ever, and they still represent a great way to get into the old car hobby for a very modest investment.

This is a high-quality Model T that shows only very minor storage wear and comes from a quality collection. The wonderful combination of wood and steel is no less handsome on a Model T than it is on a late-40s woody wagon, but the Model T’s economics make it far more affordable and every bit as fun. Hundreds of Model T-friendly events take place every year across the country, and the most recent AACA national meet at Hershey last fall amply demonstrates that the market for well-restored Model Ts of all shapes and sizes remains active and enthusiastic.

1929 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup

Whether you’re just getting started in the hobby or are looking for something fun and just a little unusual, this 1929 roadster pickup is a great choice.

If there’s one car we have trouble keeping in stock, it’s the Model A Ford. Every time we get one in, it never lasts long, and the last roadster pickup was the source of a great deal of interest. The fact that the Model A is the ideal hobby car in just about every way, with handsome good looks, reasonably peppy performance, and perhaps the greatest supply of parts this side of a small block Chevy. Whether you’re just getting started in the hobby or are looking for something fun and just a little unusual, this 1929 roadster pickup is a great choice.

1943 Ford 1.5 Ton Truck

Thoroughly updated, it runs and drives like a modern machine with all the conveniences we expect, along with a beautiful hand-crafted solid oak bed.

A big, unique hauler that is ready to work or play, with a fascinating history, this 1943 Ford is fully sorted and ready to drive today. It’s also the ideal vehicle for hauling your collector vehicle, and a lot of fun all by itself. How many hobby vehicles are this practical?

1946 Mercury M3 pickup

A rare, useful, and downright handsome truck, this Mercury is almost guaranteed to be the only one at any show you attend.

A rare, useful, and downright handsome truck, this Mercury is almost guaranteed to be the only one at any show you attend. You’ll always have a fascinating story to tell, and this truck will always be a willing partner for your Saturday morning runs to Home Depot—just imagine the pickup envy in the parking lot! It’s also a lot of fun to drive, with a great feel on the road and an honest demeanor. No needs, just a stylish, ready-to-enjoy truck. With millions of Ford and Chevy trucks on the road and at shows, why not stand out with something a little unique from our friends north of the border.

1951 Ford F5

The feeling of power you get behind the wheel is something you’ll definitely savor.

1951 Ford F5 this beefy, heavy-duty truck, attracts attention similarly to a bright red Ferrari. For business promotion, there are few better mediums, and if moving big stuff around is part of your daily routine, you’ll probably enjoy it twice as much from behind the wheel of this F5.

1986 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

Buy now while they’re affordable, because the supply of loaded, rust-free, unabused C10s is definitely finite.

If you love this kind of truck (and a lot of folks do); you’ll find that there are very few nicer than this 1986 Chevrolet C10 Pickup. Trucks are definitely collectible, and the future of the hobby looks bright for affordable fun like this C Heck, 30 years ago, who would have thought we’d be celebrating V8-powered, rear-wheel-drive, 2-seat American vehicles like we do today?

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