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#881996 - Tue Sep 11 2012 02:18 PM My wifes Big Bolt '36
1936only Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 06 2012 09:39 AM
Posts: 189
Loc: Deming, wa.
One way to get to own more than one Big Bolt is to build your wife the first one!! She has about 500 miles on it this summer, now I'm free to build my next Big Bolt.My Girls "36 Chev.
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1936 Chevrolet 1.5-ton SWB
"Murtahg"
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#882008 - Tue Sep 11 2012 03:28 PM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: 1936only]
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Registered: Wed Nov 09 2005 12:00 PM
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Hy 1936only, that's a very nice truck you built there Rick, this is Rick isn't it, my memory is not that good anymore but that looks like Toni in your picture. If this is Rick, welcome back, if it isn't Rick welcome anyway, nice truck!
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#882084 - Wed Sep 12 2012 02:07 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: 3B]
51 ashton Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 29 2005 12:00 PM
Posts: 1193
Loc: kempton,pa
thats a sharp truck. nice job. does your wife have any sisters headscratch i own a couple of trucks grin
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#882085 - Wed Sep 12 2012 02:13 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: 51 ashton]
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Registered: Sun Nov 27 2011 10:09 AM
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Loc: North Carolina
Nice looking rig. Love those models. Good to have the support as well.
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1941 Chevy 1 1/2-ton WW2 4x4 dump truck
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#882086 - Wed Sep 12 2012 02:20 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: Paul_WNC]
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Registered: Tue Nov 07 2000 12:00 PM
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Loc: Dayton, Maryland. USA
Welcome '36only. Very nice looking truck. Can you tell us a little more about it? Stock drive train, etc? Whats all the stuff in the back (beside the pooches that is). I really like the side boards. Well done.
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#882087 - Wed Sep 12 2012 02:33 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: Bill Marlow]
John Milliman Offline
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Loc: Southern MD
Yes, and I need that picture (of the truck wink ) in high rez for the '13 Big Bolt Calendar!

John
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#882093 - Wed Sep 12 2012 03:47 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: John Milliman]
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Registered: Tue May 10 2005 12:00 PM
Posts: 8696
Loc: Lexington, VA
Nice looking truck!

Did y'all make the bed?
Can you tell me about the stainless washers on the outside of the wood? Looks like a detail I haven't seen before, do you have a close picture?

Grigg
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#882094 - Wed Sep 12 2012 03:48 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: John Milliman]
1936only Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 06 2012 09:39 AM
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Loc: Deming, wa.
It's Rick and Toni, 3B, thanks for all your support getting the Low Cab on the road. My brother Baldybenny built a awesome 1955 235 for it and it has a HD clutch assy. from a '53 2 ton Chev. The rest of the drivetrain is stock '36 and handles the new power perfect. Intake manifold is a Clifford 2-4 barrel with a Holley 2 barrel adapted. HEI ingnition and Offenhouser valve cover makes for a really differant look under the hood. All the "stuff" in the back is '30-'40's period tools with a '40's fire extiguisher and a '30's truck jack. And what truck would'nt be copmlete without 2 Jerry Cans. The top speed is about 53 MPH with the gears. All my wife wanted for her birthday was an AOOHGA horn.......just gotta love a woman like that.
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1936 Chevrolet 1.5-ton SWB
"Murtahg"
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Photobucket

It's only original once.
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#882096 - Wed Sep 12 2012 03:56 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: 1936only]
1936only Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 06 2012 09:39 AM
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Loc: Deming, wa.
Grigg, the bed is really a find. It's built in Columbia, South America. It's all Mahogany and must have cost a fortune to build. All edges are routered and Stainless Fastners all around. All bolts are counter sunk and backed up with SS washers. I bought it from a guy for $250.00. My wife Toni refinished it and we had to make it 13" wider to fit the chassis. Length was perfect. I've never seen another like it.I'll take some closer pics soon.
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1936 Chevrolet 1.5-ton SWB
"Murtahg"
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Photobucket

It's only original once.
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#882113 - Wed Sep 12 2012 05:26 AM Re: My wifes Big Bolt '36 [Re: 1936only]
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Registered: Wed Nov 09 2005 12:00 PM
Posts: 5095
Loc: B. C. Canada
Hy 1936only, welcome back Rick, and Hy to Toni, you did a beautiful job on your truck!
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