1985 Ford F-150 XL 4×4 SWB pickup

  • 302-ci EFI V8 engine
  • SelectShift 3-speed automatic transmission
  • Only 12,445 miles
  • Short box
  • 4×4 with lockout hubs
  • Power steering
  • Power brakes
  • Air conditioning
  • Dual exhaust
  • Twin-traction-beam independent suspension
  • Factory 15-inch sport wheels
  • Upgraded Ford AM/FM/cassette stereo
  • Original delivery paperwork
  • Purchased new from Harry Holder Motor Co., Owensboro, KY

1953 International R-110 Travelall 2-door wagon

  • 100-hp, 220.5-ci OHV inline 6-cylinder engine
  • 3-speed manual transmission
  • Solid front axle, Hotchkiss-type full floating rear axle
  • Four-wheel drum brakes
  • Offered from the Mohrschladt Family Collection
  • Original, unrestored, and quite amazing
  • Excellent factory paint and interior
  • Known history with only three owners from new
  • Just over 35,500 actual miles

1942 GMC Series CC-150 3/4-ton pickup

Manufactured during the abbreviated 1942 model year, this GMC ¾-ton pickup is quite a rare sight. Upon purchasing the vehicle in 2010, the owner commissioned a full restoration of the already clean and solid truck.

The body was brought down to the bare metal and finished to a very high standard. Under the freshly manicured body, the powertrain was subject to an extensive refurbishing, where anything that was Read More

1949 Dodge B-1-B-108 1/2-ton pickup

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

This truck has only 37 miles since a complete restoration. It features a rebuilt flathead 6-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual freshly synchronized transmission with a new clutch. It also has upgraded front-disc brakes, oak bed stained black, rare dual horns, original air and oil filters, and a vintage oil bath. It has all-new brakes, bearings in rear end, new glass and seals.

1955 Chevrolet 3100 NAPCO 4×4 pickup

Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

This is a second-series truck with the new-for-1955 styling — and a very rare NAPCO 4×4 conversion.

1955 was the first year General Motors offered the new half-ton pickup with 4×4. NAPCO 2-speed 4×4 conversions were composed of 85% GM parts. The NAPCO slogan proudly stated: “Now you can have a standard Chevrolet four-wheel-drive pickup featuring the traction power of a tank, or at the flip of a finger, a smoother ride over the road.”

This truck has been treated Read More

1972 Jeep Commando

B. Mitchell Carlson
  • 1972 Jeep Commando with 69k miles
  • Strong running original 304 V8
  • Automatic transmission
  • Four-wheel drive
  • Dual exhaust
  • No rust or accident history
  • New tires
  • Original upholstery still looks great
  • No leaks or other issues
  • Runs and drives as good as it looks
  • Very rare/low-mileage Jeep Commando ready to drive anywhere
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