AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, released an all-truck docket this morning for a Trucker Tuesday online event.
Take a look at all the trucks up for auction for AutoHunter’s Trucker Tuesday:
A one-owner pickup, this 1985 Chevy K10 is looking for a new home after receiving some extensive engine work.
Under the hood is a 5.9-liter 12-valve Cummins V8 turbo diesel taken from a 1993 Dodge and paired with a rebuilt NV4500 5-speed manual transmission and NP205 transfer case with manually locking hubs.
The rust-free, long-bed body is equipped with aluminum running boards, chrome bumpers, tonneau cover, plastic bug guard and receiver hitch.
One of the most sought-after truck-based SUVs at the moment, this 1978 Ford Bronco 4×4 recently underwent a full cosmetic and mechanical restoration.
Powering the Bronco is its original 351cid V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission and 2-seed transfer case. Engine upgrades include Ford Racing valve covers, an oversized radiator and an electronic ignition system.
Not only was the body repainted in its Deep Red Metallic paint, but the interior was also given a refresh with new black vinyl upholstery, a Nostalgic Air air condition unit, an aftermarket AM/FM/cassette head unit and a 35 percent tint on the windows.
This 1978 GME Sierra, based on GM’s “Rounded Line” styling, is powered by its original 350cid V8 paired with an automatic transmission.
Its baby blue exterior features factory items including a chrome front bumper, a “Fleetside” 8-foot box, and a steel rear bumper. The color-matched interior is trimmed in tri-colored plaid with blue vinyl inserts.
The odometer shows just under 31,000 miles, 500 of which were added by the current seller.
An ’80s cult classic, Toyota FJ60s made off-roading a more comfortable adventure with a more extensive and modern interior than the previous FJ40s.
This well-kept Cruiser up for auction is powered by a 4.2-liter inline-6 paired to a 4-speed manual transmission and shows 172,000 miles on its odometer.
The body, which recently got a fresh respray of red paint, features chrome trim pieces and roof rack, front fog lights and a two-piece rear hatch.
This F100 is powered by a 223cid inline-6 mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. The seller notes the engine was rebuilt approximately 20,000 miles ago.
The body, which looks to be in great condition, is finished in Sheridan Blue complemented by a white grille, chrome accents and running board step plates.
Inside, the interior is trimmed in black vinyl with matching door panels. You’ll also find an aftermarket AM/FM radio.
Professionally customized, this 1967 C10 has been given a modernized facelift with a newer 1990s Chevy step-side bed, lowered suspension, custom 20-inch polished aluminum wheels and color-matching fiberglass tonneau cover.
While the rear bumper is customized with a color-matched roll pan, the original chrome front bumper has stayed intact. Other body modifications include a Bed Rug bed liner, an under-bed fuel tank and the relocation and the fuel filler to the driver-side.
Powering the truck is the crate 454cid V8 equipped with a 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor, Assault air intake system, HEI ignition system, Champion aluminum radiator with dual electric fans and a Flowmaster dual exhaust system. It’s paired to a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission with a B&M torque converter.
This fully restored 4×4 Jimmy comes with a refurbished suspension, refinished trim, removable hardtop and factory air conditioning.
Resprayed in blue metallic paint, the body features a new hood and grille, original bumpers and polished exhaust outlet.The interior is fitted with gray vinyl bucket seats with a color-matched tubular roll bar behind the front seats.
Power comes from a 350cid V8 engine rebuilt 3,000 miles ago, paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission and column-mounted shift lever.
To view these trucks and many other vehicles available, visit the AutoHunter website.