Stock or Restomod? Ford or Chevy? Pick your poison.
There's just something attractive about the lines of a classic pickup truck that can make a grown man a bit weak at the knees. From a straight bed to step side or from all-original to wild restomod, there's no shortage of options to choose from. Here we have a list of three that may suit your fancy, so which one would you choose? Good news, each one is crossing Awesome Joe's Auctions as of this writing, so go ahead and place your bid on one of these sweet pickups.
Gallery: Which Vintage Pickup Truck Would You Choose?
Gallery: Pick One: 1956 Ford F100 Restomod
The first contender is a show-winning 1956 Ford F100 restomod. A cover vehicle for the LMC catalog and Good Guys Award of Excellence winner, this custom-built F100 has plenty of time and money invested into turning it into what it is today. With an all-steel body slathered in the shade of Indigo Ink Pearl, the truck has plenty of exterior modifications including Kindig flush-mount door handles, shaved cowl vents, and contoured front and rear bumpers and running boards. The bed features Birds Eye maple with custom bed stripes. A set of Intro West Coast custom alloy wheels wrapped with Kuhmo tires sit on all four corners. Inside the car is a completely custom saddle interior, a Vintage Air conditioning, and a Digital Dakota gauge cluster.
Not only does it look stunning, this '56 Ford has the bite to back up its bark. Under the hood sits a fresh 347cui V8 stroker motor equipped with Trick Flow heads, FAST electronic fuel injection, and MSD ignition. Power is shifted down to the pavement by a built AOD automatic transmission with a shift kit. Adding performance and enhancing the beefy V8 rumble are Ford Motorsport ceramic coated headers that flow down through a stainless steel 2.5-inch exhaust and exit via Flowmaster mufflers. This truck features a Fatman Mustang II front end, a No Limits rear four-link suspension and coil over shocks. Wilwood brakes bring all power to a halt.
This '56 Ford F100 pickup is described as smooth and powerful, and it is currently up for auction with a current bid of $36,000. There are still four more days left if interested in taking home this bad boy for yourself.
Gallery: Pick One: 1969 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Shortbed
Next up is a custom 1969 Chevrolet C10 with a step side shortbed. Painted in attractive Pinecrest Green, this pickup has a laser-straight body and is completely free of any cancerous rust and body fillers. The bed is custom-made of wood, and it comes with a custom bed cover. Peek inside the truck to a custom two-tone interior in turquoise and white. Mileage is listed at 44,960.
Powering this beauty is a 350cui V8 engine connected to a rebuilt Turbo 350 transmission. Gases flow down through a restored exhaust system and out through brand new mufflers. The truck drives straight and has zero issues. Even the undercarriage is super clean. According to the description, this classic pickup would make a fantastic daily driver.
As of this writing, this truck has a current bid of $3,000 with 7 days left.
Gallery: Pick One: 1965 Chevrolet Custom C10
Last but not least, we have a bold and beautiful 1965 Chevrolet C10. This custom truck is powered by a 350cui V8 engine equipped with a four-barrel AFB carburetor, Double Bump heads, and a Performance camshaft. Power is shifted via a Turbo 350 automatic transmission paired with a Hurst shifter. A beefy tone is provided by a dual exhaust and headers. Inside, the truck features a tilt steering column and a wood steering wheel.
This truck is on the block with a current bid of $3,500 with 7 days left to place a bid.
If any of these trucks would look perfect in your garage or driveway, be sure to check out Awesome Joe's Auctions and place your bid!