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  Owned by Bob Armstrong
"Bobareeno"
Bolter # 17200
Seattle, Washington
Happy Australia Day
26 January 2009
# 2518

From Bob :

This is my 1962 Chevy C20. I bought her about 11 months ago and have been working on it ever since.

This truck has a 350 small block with a 4 speed top loader transmission. I just recently brought her into a shop to restore. I tried my hand at the bodywork myself and found that I just didnít have the patience or the skills to pull it off. Itís a real art form that I just donít possess.

I enjoy checking out other Stovebolts and get alot of good input from you guys. I am keeping a photo record of the restoration and will keep posting new pictures as we go.

Thanks,

Bob

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