1967 Ford F-100 Pickup

  • 5.0-L Ford Performance Coyote V8
  • Ford 6R80 automatic transmission
  • Black paint with chrome trim
  • All original sheet metal
  • Recently restored
  • Champion aluminum radiator with electric fans
  • Ford electric steering conversion
  • Independent rear suspension
  • RideTech air suspension
  • Disc brakes on all four corners
  • Vintage Air

1976 GMC Sierra Grande Custom Pickup

  • Supercharged LS3 engine
  • Roadster Shop chassis
  • AccuAir ENDO CVT suspension
  • RideTech adjustable shocks
  • Solid billet grille
  • Billet turbine wheels
  • Baer 14-inch brakes
  • Tremec 6-speed manual transmission
  • Detroit Trutrac differential
  • Syndicate Series digital gauges and shortened steering column
  • Integrated chrome roll bar, custom aged rawhide leather interior

1970 Chevrolet C10 Custom Pickup

  • 6.2-L Gen-V L86 V8
  • 6L90 6-speed automatic transmission
  • Olive green and white two-tone
  • Holley Hi-Rise Intake
  • Titanium intake pipe
  • Speartech standalone harness
  • 12-bolt rear end with Eaton Positraction
  • LED marker lights
  • Tubular upper and lower A-arms
  • Adjustable coil-overs
  • 13-inch front brakes, 12-inch rear brakes
  • HDX Dakota digital gauges

1972 Jeep CJ-5 Renegade

  • 304-ci V8
  • BorgWarner manual 3-speed transmission
  • Renegade Orange
  • 39,000 original miles
  • Original Renegade racing stripes and vinyl
  • 30×9.50R15LT Hercules Trail Digger MT tires
  • Ceramic-coated Hedman headers
  • Dana 44 Trac-Lok rear end
  • Dana 30 front axle
  • Warn premium locking hubs
  • Soft half doors
  • Bimini top

1962 Chevrolet Corvair 95 Rampside pickup

In 1962, only 4,102 Corvair 95 Rampside trucks were built. This truck is registered in the Corvanatics Corvair 95 Registry and is one of only 101 registered. All of the registry paperwork is included. It was completely restored and is in show-quality condition.

As the trim tag indicates, this truck was born Crystal Turquoise, but during the restoration it was painted Woodlawn Green and Cameo White.

Everything on the exterior has been replaced or restored, including all the glass. It’s Read More

1964 Fargo W100 Power Wagon pickup

The Fargo Power Wagon is the unique name given to the Power Wagons sold in Canada. They are identical in every way to the U.S. models, except for some unique badging.

This 1964 example underwent a complete frame-off restoration and is powered by a rebuilt 318-ci wide-block engine with poly heads, mated to a 4-speed manual transmission with an NP201 transfer case. It features Warn locking hubs, new 33-inch tires, manual brakes, manual steering and spray-in bed liner.