There are some dents on the fender and roof and other minor ding, but overall it appears solid and it would make a really nice restoration project.The second truck is the ubiquitous GMC half ton from 1948-1954 (again my IDing skills are not good enough to date to the exact year – help anyone? This model, along with its Chevy counterpart was called the “Advanced Design” and is likely the most common half ton to be seen on the prairies.To see more old truck articles, follow these links… If you wish more information on these trucks, by all means contact us!Vintage vehicles found on a wonderful long weekend. Kody had lived in Fargo, North Dakota, most of his life and had plenty of friends, but one day he felt like he was in a rut.He wanted to meet new people to broaden his horizons and expand his social circle, so he asked on Reddit: “Anything a 22-year-old would find fun to do that would involve meeting new people?
Chat, make new friends, find your soulmate or people to hang out with, it’s much easier here than on craigslist or backpage personals.
The first truck we see is a Fargo, dating from the period 1939-1947. I am an avid truck photographer but my IDing skills are pretty basic.
If someone reading this knows the exact year it could be from, as always I invite input.
At least somewhat as in the time it took us to walk around town, it had been moved.
It looks like the makings of a nice a nice project.
” He wrote that he enjoys cooking and playing pool, but that he’d be open to a variety of activities.