There are very few trucks for sale that fall into the Antique Era, but here are the few rare antique trucks for sale that come from the 1890's through the 1920's. Pre-War Classics which come from the 1930s and later trucks tend to be much less rare.
Antique Era Cars, while still rare, tend to be available for sale more often a than trucks as there were simply more of them made, like the Ford Model A and Ford Model T which were produced in the millions during the antique car era.
|International Harvester Other none 1929 International Green Diamond truck|
$7,800.00 (10 Bids)
End Date: Monday Apr-14-2014 17:34:00 PDT
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|Ford Other Pickups Roadster 1929 Ford Roadster Pickup|
End Date: Wednesday Apr-16-2014 3:04:54 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $24,000.00
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|Dodge Other Pickups Pickup 1921 Dodge Brothers Pickup Original Survivor Only 8700 Miles Amazing History|
End Date: Friday Apr-18-2014 8:08:10 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $29,900.00
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Old Times for Trucks
If you’re not sure about the choices in antique trucks for sale – what each represents, the history behind them, the value they offer and which is the best choice to own, you might want to pay a visit to the Antique Truck Museum in Woodland California, just outside of Sacramento.
You’ll be in for a fun, informative treat. You may take away from your visit an eagerness to own one of the antique trucks you later find for sale.
While the museum sometimes has antique trucks for sale, that’s not what it’s about. The Hays Museum holds one of the most massive collections of antique trucks anywhere in the United States.
Established 25 years ago, the museum is the brainchild of A.W. Hays, a California trucking pioneered. Hays went from driving truck and managing a trucking business to offering antique trucks for sale, to placing them on display for the world to view and enjoy. Hays began the museum at the young age of 76.
Among the antique trucks in the museum after more than 100 different truck makes. 94 manufacturers’ antique trucks are displayed. You’ll see trucks by Freightliner, Fageol, Oshkosh, Sterling, Mack, Peterbilt and others.
You’ll also be able to see a one of a king antique truck – definitely not for sale. It’s the only Breeding steam truck ever made in 1916. You can also look at antique truck trailers, classic tools and equipment, industrial power plants of old, and truck memorabilia.
Visitors come from all over the world to see Hays’ antique trucks collection. Some of the visitors seek antique trucks for sale, want to put their own antique trucks up for sale, or just want to move down memory lane.
Schools and professional truck historians visit the truck museum as well. The Hays antique trucks may not be for sale but they’re for lease to movie producers and have been used in feature length films as well as commercials or print advertisements.