Red River Ford

Keep on truckin’ everyone.

Do people still use that line? Probably not.

Still… that’s about all that comes to mind right now.

It seems like the truck’s got my tongue. Or… something like that.

About this image: digital photograph, lightly modified


42 thoughts on “Red River Ford

  1. We don’t see much of these over here although in the countryside most people do drive trucks but these are more of the Japanese varieties. I like the aged patina on the back of the truck and the simplicity of composition! Nice one SIG!

  2. I love the repetitive lines and curves. Very cool. I wonder if this truck is still hanging out in Grand Forks.

  3. It says Ford & I see rust. I don’t know about in your part of the world but here in Australia for non-Ford owners FORD stands for Four Old Rusty Doors. also Found On Rubbish Dump

  4. YES, THEY DO USE THAT PHRASE! I was driving to a meeting with a co-worker today and she used it!! I thought, wow! that’s still said?

    So when I read your post(got you in my favorites) I cracked up… What a small world,lol!!

    • Hahaha… how about that?! I’m glad I’m not the only one who uttered that gem today!

      Thank you so much, Juana – that’s very kind of you! I’ll get my blogroll updated shortly, too! 🙂

  5. Hell yeah, youre lookin at a bonafide Hot Tuna fan here!
    “Keep on truckin’ mama, truck my blues away” la la lala

    That Ford logo looks old- late 40s? Cool pic!

  6. Very nice texture and composition. (Looks to me like late 40’s-early 50’s, but it’s hard to tell by just the cab’s roof line.)

    • Thank you very much, Binky – that’s very kind of you!
      I think it turned out more interesting than if the truck was in mint condition.
      I’m not sure, but I think you’re probably very close on that, Binky! 🙂

  7. man, I go off for 10 days or so and look at all the cool stuff you’ve set up!! Nicely done, keep on truckin and the next thing you know we’ll have a convoy workin’….

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