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Owned by Mike Rinaldi
"EvilPotato"
Bolter # 17948
Mt. Ulla, North Carolina
 
20 June 2008
# 2356

From Mike :

           Hello! I am brand new to this site and wanted to upload an image of my W.I.P. - It is a 1941 Chevy pickup .... well, the remains of one anyways.

           I found this diamond-in-the-rust [ side view ] while clearing my Father's land to make room for a vineyard. He has lived on the land for seven years, and has never seen this vehicle hiding out in the woods.

           I quickly saw an opportunity and snagged the vehicle.

           These are pics concerning the "Day One" condition of the vehicle. Notice how the local foliage has grown around the vehicle? I'd guess 20+ years.

           I'll keep you guys posted on my restore log. I really appreciate all the help I can get from this site!

-Mike R

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