D’ya think the Ford Ranchero (1957) or Chevy El Camino (1959) were the first trucks with bodies derived from cars? Here’s a 1946 Hudson “Big Boy” ¾ ton pickup, successor to the pre-war (1937) vehicle of the same name. Henry Ford built Model T pickups in the early 1920s and even he wasn’t the first to put a truck bed on the rear of a car. But this Hudson, we believe, is one of the prettiest car-based trucks ever, especially overlooking the Pacific in La Jolla, California, classic car country. Limited-edition image (max. 23) with numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
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