Newbie to Diamond T

I have a couple 1948 Diamond T farm trucks. They are not restored and have been sitting in our farm yard for 30 years. I used to drive one of them when I was younger. I have them in Montana. I am not sure what to do with them. They both had terminal engine damage, that is why my dad retired them to the yard. I would like to restore, but don’t have much time to dedicate to such a large project.
Any ideas of their worth would be appreciated.


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    I’m new to Diamond T’s also. I’m looking for a project . What models and years do you have ?

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      Welcome Trent,
      Glad you have an interest in Diamond T trucks! They were the Cadillac of trucks of their time! I have a ’47 509 and joined this site to gather and share information with other enthusiasts. If there are any trucks for sale here, you’d have to look in the classifieds section. Other than that, keep an eye on the internet as they do come up for sale from time to time.

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