Just picked up a 1964 Stout. As best I can tell this is one of 4 shipped to North America. Is this true? What might the value be? It was raised in Arizona so its rust free. The truck had been parked in front of my dads neighbors house for years. I asked my dad to see if the neighbor wanted to sell it and he told my dad he had just looked up the phone number to a scrap yard and was going to have it crushed. He refused to take any money and gave it to him. I live out of town and don't have any pics but as best i recall it had a straight body
the easiest way to tell the difference between stouts is those built pre 1965 is the cabin is shorter. yes there were supposedly only four stouts sold in 1964 in the states but there were many more imported that did not sell and were sold as late as 1966.
If you search the pages on the forum, there is a list giving frame numbers to their corresponding dates of manufacture. This frame number can be found forward of the cab on the drivers side. There is also a tag on the radiator support, on the top drivers side that will also have a number, and usually a year tag. Both of my stouts have these little tags, but they can be easily removed and discarded, so I would assume some do not have them.
the extended cabin/body as i understand was only because of complaints due to lack of room from the US market and production started late 1964 for the export market only, Japanese models did not have it such as in the photo link, south African built models were all extended cabin versions from 1964 as well.