We are going to upgrade a Harbor Freight Bead Roller that we have had sitting in the corner of the shop for the past 10-12 years. First we will build an H style base out of 4″ tubing. Then we will add the upright. The base will be 24″ x 24″ and the upright will take the height up to 48″.
Classic pickups can still be very collectable, and many can be found for great prices while some remain out of the reach of most people. While the pickup production started back in the 20s and they were as American as a vehicle can get, since then, the popularity of pickup trucks has been steadily growing all over the world. In America, they climbed on the very top of the ladder and the Ford F-150 has been the best-selling vehicles in the country for years and years now. Back in the days, they were a symbol of toughness and working class – today, they are the symbol of practicality and even comfort with all the newest features and technologies. READ MORE
The pickup truck has been intricately intertwined with American culture as far back as the 1920s, when Henry Ford took notice of a preliminary pickup truck design that the military was using during World War I. Ford was the original designer of the civilian pickup truck, integrating it into a special Model T vehicle. Since the pickup’s inception, people from all walks of life have found pickup trucks to be both useful and enjoyable to drive. Current pickup models range from being strictly utilitarian to over-the-top luxury models with extended cabs, leather interiors, and state-of-the-art navigation systems. READ MORE
We are dedicated to preserving the history and evolution of an American tradition – the Classic Pickup.