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RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1954 Chevy

The hot Texas sun hasn’t been kind to the paintjob on this 1954 Chevy 3100half-ton pickup. Odds are though, that under that rust-colored patina is some solid metal. The 3100 didn’t come with a lot of standard equipment — I imagine many of today’s pickup shoppers would have apoplexy if confronted with one of these things. The equipment Chevy felt was important enough to brag

RealRides of WNY - 1956 Apache

Saw this 1956 Chevy Apache 3100pickup last summer at a Dunkirkswap meet. This was the half-ton, 114” wheelbase model; another half-ton model with a wheelbase almost ten inches longer was called 3200. There were also ¾-ton and one-ton models (3600 & 3800) that came with the longer wheelbase & bed. For the dandies of the day, there was the Cameo Carrier (bottom of page),another

RealRides of WNY - International L-Series, c1952

Not every pickup truck from the early 1950s was a Ford or Chevy, it only seemsthat way. This International L-Series truck (c1952),seen last summer in Clarence, is just one example of the alternatives offered back in the day. The L-Series trucks were built from 1949-52, and, as with the competition, they were available in a variety of configurations to accommodate different carrying capacities in t