GalleryWoodie Trucks 1925 to 1929
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This 1925 Ford Model T market truck is a typical adaptation with an owner-built wooden body.
Courtesy Cars for Stars, photo: David Miller
Comfort was not an issue on this solid tire 1925 Ford Model TT police 'paddy wagon'.
Source: Popular Mechanics' Picture History of American Transportation
1925 Yellow Knight Model T2 mountain wagon
Photo courtesy Willys-Overland Registry
1925 Federal Knight with grocer's huckster body. Restored by the Hays Antique Truck Museum, Woodland, California.
Steam-driven 1925 Stanley Model 252 pickup owned by Walter Winship
Courtesy of John Woodson's StanleySteamers.com
1926 Ford with an 'Estate Wagon' body from the York Body Co. of York, Pennsylvania. Pictured here at the 1958 Fall Hershey show.
Source: Antique Automobile magazine, February 1959,
A Martin-Parry 'Deluxe Country Club' body on a 1926 Chevrolet Superior K-series ½ ton chassis, restored by owner Wade Harral. In 1930 Martin-Parry was purchased by Chevrolet and became the commercial truck body division of Chevrolet. Up until that time Chevrolet had not built commercial bodies.
Information and photo courtesy Wade Harral
This Canadian-built 1928 Ford Model AA was shipped CKD (Completely Knocked Down) to New Zealand where it was fitted with a cab and stake-side flat-bed. It is made with about eight different species of mostly local tree varieties.
Information and photo courtesy of the owner, Rupert
A Martin-Parry 'Suburban' body on a 1928 Chevrolet National commercial chassis --- its currently for sale. More information...
Photo courtesy of the owner, Brian Conaway
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