We'd Buy That: 1941 Plymouth half-ton pickup

It's rusty, dented up and wears the definition of "patina." But this baby has got cool written all over it. This 1941 Plymouth half-ton pickup is a worthy project.
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We can't remember ever actually seeing a 1941 Plymouth half-ton pickup in the flesh. That fact alone is reason enough for us to want this amazing old hauler from Iowa.

It's rusty, dented up and wears the definition of "patina." But this baby has got cool written all over it.

The seller claims it has been in the same family since 1941 and is fresh out of "barn find" storage. It doesn't run, but hopefully somebody can get the six-cylinder engine turning over again. The seller wants $10,000. That's a lot of dough for a rusty pickup that needs pretty much everything.

Still... We'd Buy That!

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