days agoLititz, PA+23 milesCars for Sale
In our Showroom! Call to Set Up an Appointment. Local car! Awesome and Unique Hot Rod. 1927 T Bucket Pickup Truck. Titled as a 1927 Ford, On the 1927 Ford Frame Rails. Fiberglass Body. Metal Bed. Built in the late 60's. Heavy Metal Flake Root Beer Paint. 283 Chevy Just Re-freshed less than 500 mis ago. Bored 30 over, hump back 327 heads, mild cam, Tri Carb Holly 94's freshly tunned. TH350 Trans...
over a month agoMorgantown, PA+24 milesCars for Sale
Year: 1927, Make: Ford, Model: Model T, Mileage: 999999, VIN: 14676359
over a month agoMorgantown, PA+24 milesCars for Sale
Year: 1916, Make: Ford, Model: Model T, VIN: 2635091
over a month agoMorgantown, PA+24 milesCars for Sale888-227-0914
1927 Ford Model T In a showroom with original, correct, straight standing, never waiver from the norm typical Model T or Model A there's a statement to be heard from on this custom hot rod. Would that be fun? Would it be whimsy? Whatever it is, it may also include a smattering of rebellion. Think 1920's Salt Flats and breaking speed records...in style. In this interestingly conceived and built ...
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1966 Ford F100

1966 Ford F100 In 1925 the Ford Motor Company introduced the first ""pickup"" based on the Model T Runabout. Ford offered the rear ""pickup box"" separately at their dealer parts department for $25.00. The box was then bolted onto the back of the vehicle as an accessory. Since the box was ""picked up"" at the parts department by the customer, the term ""pickup"" took hold for this style of vehi...
1948 GMC 100 5-Window Pickup GMC traces its history to the 1902 founding of the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company in Pontiac, Michigan. In 1909 William C. Durant gained control of Rapid Motor Vehicle Company and made it a subsidiary of his General Motors Company. In 1911 General Motors formed the General Motors Truck Company and folded Rapid. In 1912 the Rapid name was dropped in favor of ""GMC."" Al...
over a month agoMorgantown, PA+24 milesCars for Sale888-227-0914
1932 Chevrolet Pickup When in the consignment business, one sees prewar vehicles roll through our door, and they have been modified in some ways. Be it chopped, clipped, bobbed, channeled, hair dryer-ed, raked, ratted, shaved or any other number of crazy terms that people do to customize their cars, it makes one think...are there any good originals around anymore? What about the originals desig...