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  • This 1950 F-1 Ford Is This Way By Popular Demand

    Friday, April 18th, 2014

    This 1950 F-1 Ford Is This Way By Popular Demand Scooter’s Truck Stop By Scott Strenzel, aka Scooter Scooter got the invite to cover the Onsted Kiwanis–The Michigan International Speedway Show Car Nationals chaired by Brian Ahern. I was running around compiling information and saw a crowd by something on display. Turned out it was [...]

  • A 1956 Model 3200 Turns Into A 3100 Model Chevrolet Pickup

    Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

    A 1956 Model 3200 Turns Into A 3100 Model Chevrolet Pickup Scooter’s Truck Stop By Scott Strenzel, aka Scooter from Scooter’s Garage Years ago, Ralph Derickson’s neighbor bought a 1956 farm truck from a young guy that was having a divorce. He also ended up not restoring it and sold it to Ralph. First off, [...]

  • The Dale Crum 2000 F-650 Ford

    Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

    The Dale Crum 2000 F-650 Ford Scooter’s Truck Stop Dale Crum is a Truck Round-Up subscriber and a truck guy big time, literally. He just plain wanted something different and to be able to tow whatever he felt like and not put his truck to a strain doing it. Plus, he is a custom car/truck [...]

  • THE 1947 DODGE HEAVY-DUTY TRUCK

    Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

    THE 1947 DODGE HEAVY-DUTY TRUCK 1947 Dodge Heavies: Scarcer Than The Lighter-Capacity Pickups By Tad Burness Stylewise, the 1947 Dodge heavy-duty conventional trucks resembled the 1947 Dodge pickups but were somewhat larger. This particular Dodge truck styling cycle had continued since 1939, with only minor changes. In 1948, Dodge trucks were to be dramatically restyled [...]

  • 1942 Ford Jeep

    Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

    1942 Ford Jeep A Carbon Copy Of The Better-Known Willys Version By Tad Burness There really was such a thing as a Ford Jeep during World War II. No kidding! As a kid, I, too, found this hard to believe. I used to spend some vacation time at my uncle’s ranch, which was near two [...]

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