1942 Ford Truck and 1930’s Model A Teardrop Camper – Kenny Scott

Kenny Scott wanted a project that shows others it is possible to build without breaking the bank. He started with his Dad’s old 1942 Ford Truck, then he went to the junk yard and built a teardrop trailer out of old 1930’s Model A parts. Read below wheat he has done and make sure to check out the videos and all of the pictures below.

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What type of vehicle is this?: Truck & Trailer

Make, Model, Year of Project

1942 Ford / 1930’s Model A Teardrop Camper

What stage is this in?

Just Started Project

When did you purchase it and for how much?

Truck was my dad’s from SC and teardrop is from junkyard

Why did you choose this vehicle?

It was my dad’s

What sort of condition was it in when you started the project, what was wrong with it, etc.

Not running did all work myself installed engine (460 Big block)and transmission. Put in 9″ rear end mustang II front end

What, specifically have you done, or had done to it?

Engine, transmission, air ride, other customization’s

Can you list any and all parts that you have put in?

360 Big block engine, C6 transmission, 9″ rear end mustang 2 front, cross drilled slotted waved rotors, high rise intake, skull vodka overflow bottle, hydraulic brakes, jeep seats, train horn, ogah horn, police waler siren, interior led color lighting, custom piston taillights, custom claw side mirror as well as other customization’s

Where have you purchased your parts?

Online, junkyard, parts stores

What about you?

I have been working on my own vehicles since I was a kid. I have always had an imagination, allowing me to think outside the box and make things my own, via customization, with little to no money. This truck has helped me learn many new skill sets with fabrication and welding.

Any stories regarding this project?

Have been in several car shows and have won trophies as well as a member of the Creeps CC

Any garages, parts stores, fabrication shops, etc you want to call out specifically?

All fabrication completed by myself to show that it is possible to do this on your own with little to no money.

Check out the pictures of the truck below

Below are pictures of the trailer

Here are pictures of the truck and the trailer.

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