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  1. Since I have been getting more involved with following postings online here at AACA, I thought it would be good to show my project progression. Here are some photos. The black & white multiple pictures is back in 1963ish when my dad replaced the original engine with a 286 Chevy small block I am the younger of the two boys. Then a photo of the engine sitting in the frame... My dad and I made the rear supporting crossmember from parts (some from another AACA member). I rebuilt this engine (1948 model 230 cid) while I was in the USAF) Then a photo of my frame just after returning f
  2. I have been a member for a couple years now but have not done much in the way of posting. I have posted quite a bit on some of the other car forums out there and have created a web page with resources for 1941-1946 Chevrolet trucks (in particular 1/2 tons). If you have a 46's GM truck, you may find it useful. There is nothing commercial about the site. It is just there as a resource to fellow collectors that are restoring their truck. www.46chevytruck.com I look forward to getting my truck in a AACA meet in the future! Happy New Year! Tim
  3. <section id="postingbody" style="margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; padding-top: 0px; padding-right: 0px; padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 0px; border-top-width: 0px; border-right-width: 0px; border-bottom-width: 0px; border-left-width: 0px; border-style: initial; border-color: initial; font-size: 16px; font: inherit; vertical-align: baseline; display: block; font-family: 'Bitstream Vera Serif', 'Times New Roman', serif; clear: left; ">Up for sale is this 1926 Model T Roadster Pickup. As you can see it is in need of total restoration.The chassis i
  4. Very nice super straight and rock solid pickup. Runs and drives great. 350 with mild cam, auto with B&M shifter, ceramic headers with dual exhaust and aluminum wheels. $17,000. Details and photos are available upon request since I can't figure how to upload the photos here.
  5. For Sale..Very complete 1939 Ford pickup..Ready for a resto,maybe change it to a street rod or drive as is with all its patina..Perfect for using as a parts chaser,business vehicle,every day driver or add to your collection..All original except for bed which fits very,very well.Extremely straight and nearly 100% original.Grille is near perfect with all trim.Cab floor and under seat floor is flawless.Missing hood side badges and part of the hood handle trim.I have the hood handle mechanism.5 artillery wheels.Front and rear bumpers with gaurds.Running 1952 Merc flathead engine all complete with
  6. This car along with several others will be selling to the highest bidder on July 3rd beginning at 10 am. Bid online at www.cornleairon.com - you can also find complete details and more pictures on website. Register for the auction to get email reminders for this auction. This is a half ton Ford pickup with 81764 miles showing. It has a 390 engine that has been rebuilt.
  7. If this thread needs to be moved to the correct post, feel free. My father has recently restored a 1961 Ford Econoline Pickup. After a little research, it appears Ford only made 11 of these in that year. Is there somewhere to get that "official" number? We're going to shows and would like to stand out even more by displaying correct and proven information about this car. We're also looking to track down the original bill of sale. Has anyone had experience in doing this? If so, what are the typical steps in finding this? Thank you!
  8. 1956 Ford F100 custom with MustangIFS,Art Morrison IRS with1964 T Bird 9” with 3:00 gears.New Fairlane fiberglasstilt front,Ford tilt column,all glass,New upholstered seat with tracks,RustFree and straight body,custom wood side trim interior trim and tailgate ifdesired,custom headliner,nice outside mirrors,straight running boards,cleanfirewall,uncut dash,solid floor.New 12 station in the box wiring harness..351Wengine.Corvette dual master cylinder with 9" booster and proportioning valve..Current Ca. title in owner’s name. $5800 … Also available is a interchangeable Currie Pro Street narrowed
  9. Solid all steel rust free sheetmetal...350 engine with new pistons showing .030 on top, 350T trans with newflywheel and torque convertor..double hump fuelie heads,Holley 4bbl carb,Holley"Strip Dominator"aluminum intake,Accel dual pointdistributor,aluminum Edelbrock air cleaner and valve covers,Carter Fuelpump,new spark plugs and wires-which need clips and caps attached to install indistributor cap,chromed block hugger headers,new dual exhaust system,8"rear end with panard rod,adjustable rear coil over shocks.All new frontsuspension including Super Bell dropped axle,leaf spring with anti squeek
  10. My dad is restoring his 1964 Chevy 3/4 ton pickup and has decided to go with the solid rims instead of the split rims. He also has tires on the rims but those can be taken off if you don't want them. He said 2 of the 4 tires are in good shape! These are the original rims for the truck. Make me an offer if you want them. We live in the DFW area of Texas. Could probably mail the rims but not the tires.
  11. Going thru old photos and came across these photos. Can anyone out there Id them for me? thanks
  12. My father has owned a '36 GMC for as long as I can remember, and it has been sitting in the garage waiting for it's restoration for just as long. I'm trying to spur him to finally get to work on the rig but wanted some advice from the folks here first on the viability of going back to all original as compared to some other option. Here's what I know, sorry for no pics but he's half a country away at present so I cannot take any and he is not computer literate. Body, bed and fenders are fully intact, I believe he also has many trim items like bumpers, grille, door handles, wheel mounts, and so
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  14. I took a good part of the day to clean up and reformat my Webpage - www.46chevytruck.com. For those not familiar with it, you will find a lot of resources for the 1941-1946 Chevy trucks. It has grown over the years and I continue to add to it as I get new resources and learn new things. I always welcome new entries/info. It also have a restoration log for both my 1/2 ton '46 pickup and my 1/2 ton Carryall Suburban '46 I added some new photo albums to the web page that include Vintage photos, Adds and Abandoned photos. This page is strictly out there as a free reference for everybody to
  15. $200 located near Richmond, VA great shape
  16. I have this 1954 International Pickup that I want to sell or trade for a Model A of equal value. 25k invested I am asking 18.5k for the truck. Located in Gainesville Florida. Contact me for more information.
  17. 1980 Chevy 1/2 ton pick-up. Original owner. Must sell within 2 weeks. We bought this truck new in October 1979 and have kept it ever since. It was last registered in 1991. Asking $2250 or best offer. We live near Austin, Texas. Here are the details: Long Bed body. Truck is in good, solid condition. Texas title. Truck is complete but needs some assembly to finish. Great project for a beginner Rebuilt 4-bolt 350 V8. Engine was started but not broken in. has not been started in 7 years. Have 2 automatic transmissions: 350 and 700R4 with overdrive kit Factory dual gas tanks Rare GM factory off-ro
  18. Lots of good used body, glass, interior, mechanical and stainless trim is available. Shipping is available.
  19. Price is $3,000. Delivery is available.
  20. This is a one of a kind custom pickup with the V6 engine and auto trans. Price is $1,750. Delivery is available.
  21. Hi All, I just joined the AACA forums so I hope I'm not breaking some forum guidelines here, but I have a question for anybody who might be in the know about these things. I recently bought a '48 Dodge 1/2 (hence the thread title, I guess). It still has the original L6 flathead in it that's recently been rebuilt. It runs pretty solid and most of the truck is in fairly decent working order. However, I'm trying to spruce up on a few things such as the brakes, the carburetor (sp?) and a few other things. My question is, does anyone have any suggestions for parts dealers or, more preferably, websi
  22. 1954, 1956, 1959, chevy truck operators (owners) manuals, $20 each plus $3 shipping. 336-765-8312, email: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  23. have 1954, 1956, 1959 chevy truck operators manuals, $20 each plus $3 mailing. 336-765-8312, winston salem NC, email: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com for a picture. thankyou
  24. Bid: $3000 or Higher Click Here to Bid: Chevrolet : Other Pickups | eBay
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