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10 Vintage Trucks That Never Went Out of Style

These classic trucks are still seen on the road today—and their old age and storied pasts make them all the more desirable to drive.

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1928 FageolPhoto: Courtesy Jacqueline Mast/Farm & Ranch Living

1928 Fageol

This truck was originally used as a freight hauler to carry loads between Sacramento and Richmond, California. After that, it was bought by a farmer who used it to deliver hay to the animals around the farm.

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vintage truckPhoto: Courtesy Craig Henry/Farm & Ranch Living

1929 Ford AA

This old 1929 truck has an express bed, no turn signals, and can only get up to 50 kph, but you sure would look cool driving it.

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1934 dodge pickupPhoto: Courtesy Charles Lowry/Farm & Ranch Living

1934 Dodge pickup

It took 82 years for this vintage truck to develop its rusty look. In its younger years, it worked on a farm before it was put in storage and then sat in a junkyard. The insides of the car have been restored, but the owners decided to keep the rustic charm on the outside.

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vintage fordPhoto: Courtesy Sharon Norton/Farm & Ranch Living

1941 Ford

This Ford truck weighs one and a half tons and the first owners used it as a logging truck. After that, it was used to haul hay, oats, and crops.

This impressive Model A Ford restoration took 40 years to complete.

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vintage chevy truck 1948Photo: Courtesy Beth McKee/Farm & Ranch Living

1948 rail-back Chevy

The bright red exterior of this Chevy truck gives it that classic look.

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december 55 dodgePhoto: Anthony Przasnyski Jr./ Farm & Ranch Living

1955 Dodge C

This vintage truck was made to be on a Christmas card. The second owner bought the car in 2010 and did his best to restore it to its original condition. Everyone gathers around to admire his work every time he brings the car out for a ride.

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green chevy vintage apachePhoto: Courtesy Jon Fredricks/Farm & Ranch Living

1959 Chevrolet Apache

This green Chevy was purchased from Sheridan Chevrolet in Sutton, Nebraska. It was originally used to haul grain but has since been passed down in the family and is still driven today.

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vintage truckPhoto: Farm & Ranch Living

1960 Ford F150

This vintage ride has chrome American Racing wheels, a diameter replacement steering wheel, and oversized side view mirrors.

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1968 F-series fordPhoto: Courtesy Rhonda Stevenson

1968 F-series Ford

This all-metal exterior truck had a fifth-wheel plate that was used to pull trailers. If you want to drive this truck today you’ll have to learn to use the hand choke on the dashboard to start it, operate a manual transmission that has a stiff clutch, learn how to turn without power steering, not have power brakes, and only listen to the one radio station it gets. How times have changed!

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1976 ranger f-150Photo: Courtesy Ruth Hammack Bronson/Farm & Ranch Living

1976 Ranger F-150

This sturdy truck still sits proudly in the driveway of the original owner’s daughter. If you take good care of something it will last for a long time!

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Originally Published in The Family Handyman