Daily Volume 2 (278) | December 1, 2020
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Quote of the Day

"This 1962 Ford Falcon Wagon is for sale. It’s going for more than 12k though."

(Reader Diana (and possibly the current caretaker) commenting on this custom 1962 Ford Falcon Station Wagon we featured throughout the summer. We hope to confirm this and provide an updated link tomorrow)
Our daily "Classifinds" features provide detailed pricing estimates, a brief background, and when possible, videos of the cars. We also list our observations based on the pictures provided by the private sellers.
Solid Stude: 1950 Studebaker 2R5 Pickup – $15,500

Arguably one of the more attractive pickup trucks of the early 1950s was the Studebaker 2R models exemplified by this green over red 2R5 currently listed in Bozeman, Montana. The only thing we would immediately change is what appears to be astroturf-style green...
Turquoise Thriftmaster: 1964 Chevrolet K10 – $19,500

Most vintage Chevrolet trucks we find from the mid-sixties are two-wheel-drive “C” models, so it’s always a treat to find a feature-worthy four-wheel-drive “K” model such as this 1964 K10 long bed just listed in Cincinnati. Claimed to be a very solid survivor truck with only...
We can't write in detail about every cool classic we find, so "Classifind Cuts" provide you with just-listed Craigslist leads.
1998 Ford Ranger 4×4 – $5,950

It’s hard to believe Ford produced its right-sized Ranger pickup over a 29-year production run spanning 1983 through 2012 model years. The second generation, launched in 1998, is well represented by this very clean and well maintained four-wheel-drive example just listed in Boonton, New Jersey with only...
1990 Dodge Ram Diesel 4×4 – $16,000

By the late eighties, Dodge D-Series pickup design was fast approaching twenty years old. Hoping to jump-start sales of the design dating back to 1972, Dodge introduced the optional 5.9 Liter 6BT Cummins inline six-cylinder Turbo Diesel for the 1989 model year. With its low...
Here is an update on recent Truckin' Tuesday Features
Forward Control
Two-Truck Collection

The seller of both the '68 Dodge A-100 and the '65 Ford E-100 forward control pickups was looking for cash and had both available for $15,000 each. We wonder whether they have sold or he pulled his ad again.
Wrong Side:
1959 GMC Series 100 Custom – SOLD!

Despite the seller/builder incorrectly calling their GMC a "Fleetside", this "Wideside" restomod only took one week to find a new caretaker. By every indication, this was a quality build at a great price.