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Pickup trucks were never supposed to become classics. They were produced to work; to expend their substance in getting plumbers to jobs, ranchers to their livestock, and loads of often-unpleasant stuff from one place to another. But this is 21st century America, where mechanical things are increasingly rare.
Not just any motorcycles, but inexpensive, lightweight, and nonthreatening motorcycles that appealed to buyers of all socioeconomic backgrounds and basically reinvented the domestic motorcycle market. But with no Ridgeline to call on, the task of keeping Honda's fledgling dealer network stocked required some outside assistance, so Honda assembled a small fleet of Chevrolet Apache pickups. They were detailed in AHM livery, and the company's sales force used them to make deliveries to dealers on a consignment basis.
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Older trucks were built to last, and even if they had a rough life they tend to be mechanically simple and easy to rebuild and maintain. The only real problem is the number of friends and relatives that remember you have a truck when they need to move something big. The big bro-dozers of today are a gross overstatement.
These are just our favorite trucks. The Gladiator was a much more modern full-size pickup than Jeep's earlier workhorses. This Jeep was contemporary enough that, with a few updates and styling changes, it stayed in production without a ground-up redesign for 24 years.
In Gear Grinding. It might not come in classic red, but grey-black-yellow combo suits it just fine nevertheless. For a good reason.
Let's say you find yourself with a cool quarter mil to drop on a car. Fine cars, one and all, but, really, nothing terribly special. Drive one of those and you're just another rich guy in an exotic.
While just about every car geek is familiar with classic pickups like the '40 Ford, Series 1 and 2 Chevys, and perhaps even more unique 4x4s by Marmon-Herrington mostly for Ford and Napco mostly for Chevy and GMCchances are many are unaware of the niche orphans and forgotten variants on this list. I feel no guilt about this mission. Go get one! Studebaker made commercial vehicles starting in up through