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1936 Chevy Suburban

 

Formerly owned by

 

Ron Brazell
"uncleb"
Bolter # 142
Vallejo, California

01 January 2007 Update

            By the way, I sold the '36 Suburban to a guy that wanted it more than I did. I kinda miss it but something else always comes along! I have some other GMC, Chevy trucks that I could send pictures of if you would want to see them (1934 1/2-ton pick-up, 1934 1 1/2-ton military cargo / troop carrier, 1936 Wayne bodied Chevrolet school bus, 1936 1/2-ton pick-up, 1936 1 1/2-ton open express (big pick-up), 1942 1 1/2 ton panel truck, 1948 1-ton open express, 1950 1 1/2 COE).

            Ron added a 1925 GMC K-101 5-Ton Truck and a 1933 Yellow Coach Bus Model 709 to the Gallery. ~~ Editor


01 October 2001

From Ron :

          Thought someone might want to see our 1936 Suburban. Just rolled it out of the garage after two years work.

           Here's a view from the side.

Ron

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