BTW....not sure what year the Power Wagon is, but the guy that owns it used it last winter to plow snow and clear parking lots here in town. The Chevy in the second photo is again, year unknown, but it IS a one ton, and I salivate over those axles and running gear every time I go past. The faded red Ford is, I believe, a '72, the Subaru is just cool/interesting, not sure if those Brats were 4X4 or not, or whether this one has the rear facing seat in the bed. The '57 Ford is owned and driven daily by the owner of the market here in town. They could've spent more time on the bodywork, and the burple sure ain't my first choice for a paint job, but, at least it ain't in the bottom end of a wrecking yard somewhere! I need to talk to the fellow and see if he'll part with the blue '67 for parts truck for MY '67 project. If it had a seat that could be reupholstered, a radio, and the grille ass'y, it might be worth a bit to me! The last one is also a daily driver. Just a very, very clean 70's F150, and I've always liked that body........more to come as I get out and around.
Behind the power wagon is a little Ford tractor. I didn't want to intrude to see if it was a 9N, a 2N, or an 8N, but I'd like to have it to go with my 1949 8N! Behind the Subaru is a 1010 John Deere with single front wheel, something of an oddity around these parts, but old JD's are COOL!
Also in the close vicinity, and I'll get photos of soon, is the back end of an older CJ-something that I need to investigate, several of the J-series Jeep pickups from the early-mid 60's, one in particular that I know has the Buick V8 and 4 speed, as well as some older Chev, Ford, IHC, and GMC's. Just not very many Dodge outfits, other than the newer "Ram" trucks. There IS one truck that's been strutting around town, an older Cornbinder 4X4, with what sound like a V8 of some sort, a manual transmission that I gather from the way it shifts and listening to the exhaust, and a faded orange paint job that has gone to pink, and is absolutely disgusting, but the truck just don't have enough "O's" in coooooooool!