There is something about a relic, an old rust bucket, or a classic car found in the middle of a field somewhere that pique’s a car guy’s attention.
Where have you been? What part of the country did you spend most of your time? Automobiles like these are colorful they have history and mileage that can be appreciated with every photo.
We love when the owner leaves the vehicle in its original condition, or tastefully apply the art of patina to give that car or truck the look and feel of your favorite pair of broken-in jeans.
We found this gem at a local Good Guys event, it appears to be a 1951 Ford Taystee’s bread truck. Unfortunately, we did not have the opportunity to talk to the owner, however, we were able to capture a few pics that is worth remembering and viewing over and over again.
As we took the pictures we were reminded of that old popular quote “Everything has beauty, but not everyone can see.” Confucius
Do you have an interesting car or truck that you love? If so, tell us about it in the comment section below. We would love to see a picture if you have one to share (just email it to us) with a brief description and who knows it might end up as a featured article on Daily Rubber or our social media.