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Fall is here

Hambone working on his Chevy

The last of the shows will soon be only digital pictures and fond memories. If you are getting your Bolt ready for some last cruises, or just thinking about putting her up for winter, be sure to check out what parts you need from American Classic Truck Parts. They still offer a 10% discount on parts in stock to Stovebolters. Please add your Stovebolt screen name and number in the comments at the end -- no special codes required.

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2016 Calendars!
12 months of GMC Stovebolts

The calendars from last year are available for 2016. We will be starting from scratch soon. If you want one just like one from last year, you may want to check it out soon.

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#429683 - Sat Jul 05 2008 03:19 PM Welcome to the new Forum!!
Gardner Offline
Registered: Wed Jun 25 2008 12:00 AM
Posts: 37
Loc: Portland, Oregon
I'm Sean from Portland, Oregon. I own a small stainless fab business and recently purchased a 55' Chevy 6400 flat bed to haul loads of sheetmetal. It has been kept in a barn for 19 years and is in good, mostly rust free condition which is amazing for Oregon. Even the bed wood is in really good condition. However, It has not run in 20 or so years and the brakes are stuck. I believe it has a 261, with a Muncie manual transmission and a 2 speed rear end. You can see some pictures here:
#429700 - Sat Jul 05 2008 04:00 PM Re: Welcome to the new Forum!! [Re: Gardner]
jdl Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 23 2007 10:39 PM
Posts: 4511
Loc: Marco Indiana
Welcome Gardner!!!
Jordan D. Long

1954 Chevrolet 3100 1/2-Ton

And some more pictures

I got a 'Possum Pickup... Now I'm the Roadkill King!!! Anyone want to make some Stovebolt Stew?
#429723 - Sat Jul 05 2008 05:40 PM Re: Welcome to the new Forum!! [Re: jdl]
54TOW Offline
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Registered: Thu Feb 07 2008 01:26 PM
Posts: 4233
Loc: The Lost Pines
Nice truck. Welcome to the 'bolt. thumbs_up thumbs_up
David Colter
pics * 1954 wrecker * 1948 Chevy 1-Ton
No act of kindness - no matter how small - is ever wasted ~~ Aesop
#437508 - Thu Jul 31 2008 12:19 AM Re: Welcome to the new Forum!! [Re: 54TOW]
ScottGMC40001964 Offline
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Registered: Wed Jul 30 2008 10:30 PM
Posts: 103
Loc: Huntington, WV
Hello, I've read the forums for a while and have now become a stovebolt owner, a 1964 GMC 4000 which I will be picking up Saturday! I'm kind of dreading the 400 mile drive home in a 44 year old truck, but am confident it will do fine, just not very comfortable. It is a fire tanker just taken out of service in Indiana. Eventually it will have a contractor flat dump bed or a stakebed. I'll post pictures in the gallery once I get it home and settled in. Scott

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