“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Cool old pickup but woefully inadequate for actually farming.
Well,here in Indiana it seemed like most farmers had the ubiquitous big red stake bed,usually an IH. Those are going away now,being replaced by full on semi's.
I'm in Indiana and if I had it there'd be a 351 Cleveland right in the middle. Run the blower scoop right out the top of the roof. Lil Red Wagon.
I drove a 1963 cab-over-engine Econoline van for the Phone Company. Not bad in the winter, but it was a bear in the summer.
The extended cab before its time.
By far and away one of the ugliest American vehicles ever made. I wonder how many poor souls sailed out of the windshield directly into street traffic
I wouldn't mind owning one!
Drove a passenger van version back in the 70s. 4 speed on the column. Easy to miss a gear. Had 13 inch tires/wheels. Weird little truck, but all our guys had fun driving it.
Sitting over the front axle is a wee bit hard on the kidneys.
How come this ones not burning rubber?