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American Truck Historical Society -- Sept. 6, 2003
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Just a simple thing, really -- We decided to invite Washington D.C.-area Stovebolters to join us at our ATHS (Baltimore-Washington Chapter) show in Waldorf and Cosmo, Doug Peterson and Bill Marlow showed up. Three AD pickups and Bill's awesome '46 COE fresh from a frame-off.

Keller's Truck Equipment in Waldorf, Maryland sponsored and hosted the event, held in conjunction with their open house and customer appreciation day. The nice folks at Keller's even had lunch catered in for us and provided a couple of seminars on clutch rebuilding and brake relining. And during the Chapter meeting, the Stovebolters in attendance were even introduced and formally recognized/welcomed. A very nice time and we, as Stovebolters, didn't have to plan any of it -- we just showed up and added to an already solid event. No wheel re-inventing!

Above -- The Milliman's '49 1-Ton guards its two little brothers as the crew gathers around Cosmo's truck for a class on Offie intakes and split manifolds.  

Bill Marlow's '46 COE


An ATHS member's GMC "Cannonball."


R to L: John Milliman, Doug Peterson, Cosmo and Bill Marlow stand in front of Bill's truck.

John and Peggy, Bill and Doug after loading Bill's truck for his ride back home.


Cosmo explains his truck's set up to Doug Peterson (off Cosmo's left shoulder) and a couple of BW chapter members.

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