Ford Pickup

In large part, the key to Ford’s success in the burgeoning light-duty truck market of the 1930s was in its wonderful ability to adapt its basic production-car styling and underpinnings for heavier-duty use.

With the light-truck redesign for 1935, Ford’s designers updated the bodywork with a more streamlined grille, fashionably skirted fenders and a raked windshield, providing integrated, eye-catching styling to match Ford’s traditionally strong engineering prowess and sturdy V8-based powertrain.