"I was told this is an International Scout... Some type of 4 cylinder engine." It's enough to make an enthusiast weep. I'm all for an "extreme-makeover" level restoration but I'm pretty sure this thing is at the point where the owner pays someone to haul it off, not the other way around.
Who can place this ancient pickup, serving as a landmark at the Log Cabin Fruit Stand in Armstrong, British Colombia? [Peggy Reimchen/Flickr]
Well, what the hell is this thing and how old is it? Badges have been pixelated. Sure, you could cheat and look at the photo credit... but I know you're better than that. [Museo Municipal de Bomberos/Flickr]
My standard searching for derelict trucks just lead me to "Cyberust;" a primitive website showcasing a wide selection of delightful derelict vehicles somewhere in Texas. Naturally, I felt compelled to share it with you.
The Chevrolet S-10 is the predominant pickup on the Bahaman island of Eleuthera. All are beat, most punctuate the tropical wilderness as statues. At least they retire with a view. [Andrew Collins, 2014]
2014 Chevrolet Silverado High Country with just over 1,000 miles on the clock sits in stark contrast to a tired predecessor. That GMC pulled into the parking lot moments before sans tire, the driver sauntering off as mysteriously as he'd arrived. [Andrew Collins, 2014]
What I'm pretty sure was a Dodge Ram... because I spotted the badge on the starboard front fender... has been eaten away by high water levels in Hawaii. At least, that's where the picture was tagged on Flickr.
The SS Thistlegorm was a British munitions transporter that the Germans sent to the bottom of the Red Sea in 1941. Full of trucks and motorcycles, it's a wreck diver's dream and the Daily Mail just posted some great of photos from a recent dive.
Time for your daily dose of derelict trucks rusting in their final resting place.
The work whistle's blowing, and it's time for your daily dose of glorious truck photography.
What's better than a vintage 1967 Mercedes Benz 230S? Why, one that's been converted into a wagon of course. But to check this one out, you'll need to make sure your tetanus shots are current.