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#564933 - Fri Aug 14 2009 12:26 AM New to stovebolt - Has a 1953 1/2T
Fishwacker Offline
New Guy
Registered: Fri Aug 07 2009 08:01 PM
Posts: 28
Loc: California, U.S.A.
Hi All,
Couldn't resist the call from this group. Been tinkerin' with old vehicles so long I can't remember when it all started. Prolly when I got my first Erector set and learned the "Righty tighty, Lefty loosey" thing. I've been draggin' my "53 1/2T Chevy Panel around for awhile and finally got a garage built where I can get some work done. Only trouble is, I ran out of money having the garage installed. Not to worry, I'm still gainfully employed and will build the fun fund back up again one day. I have most all the parts to put a 500 C.I. Cadillac motor & tranny in, just need the $$$$ to get all the details in place. I've pasted a link to my Photobucket album if you want to take a look. Click here: http://s209.photobucket.com/albums/bb265/Fishwacker54/ Any other members with Panel Trucks or projects they want to share, please feel free to paste a link to your pics and pages. I'm always looking for tips and ideas on what you've done or plan to do. Thanks for the warm welcome.
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#565624 - Sun Aug 16 2009 05:21 AM Re: New to stovebolt - Have a 1953 1/2T [Re: Fishwacker]
Joy Offline
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Registered: Fri Jun 09 2000 12:00 PM
Posts: 2285
Loc: Ontario, New York
Welcome to Stovebolt! Lots of Panel truck owners here. Good luck!
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#565649 - Sun Aug 16 2009 09:06 AM Re: New to stovebolt - Have a 1953 1/2T [Re: Joy]
Fishwacker Offline
New Guy
Registered: Fri Aug 07 2009 08:01 PM
Posts: 28
Loc: California, U.S.A.
Thanks for the warm welcome and fixing the hiccup with my first posting. I haven't taken the time to really get to know the site and all it has to offer, but I'm certain I'll find plenty of interesting stories and info that will help motivate and inspire me to push on with the dream.
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Ya can't make it idiot proof,
they keep finding smarter idiots.
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