1974 MG Midget    1964 Ford F-250

The ugly rubber bumper pieces on this MG identify it as a ’74.

The F-250’s grill gives it away as a ’64.

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Second Generation Ford F-100 1953, ’54, or ’55

I researched this out a little but still not sure on the year. It looks like the grille is probably off of a ’56, but the truck is definitely not a ’56 because it lacks the wrap around windshield. 1956 was the only year of the second generation to have this feature. Since the grille is not the original, I am not sure how to decipher the year.

Check out the cool spider web chain under the tail gate.

1968 Ford F-Series


According to information on Fordification.com, this truck was built in 1968. The only noticeable difference between the ’68 and ’69 is a slight variation in the grille– a ’69 grille has an indentation stamped in the center horizontal bar. This one looks like it’s still a good, solid working truck, though the original bed has been replaced by a generic flatbed.