The Stovebolt Page
It Ran when I parked it!
Election Year 2004



We call them "sur-prizes" because you all just amaze us that you're still motivated even though we don't have some $10,000 gift certificate or trip for two with Marsha Williams to some of American Classic's hot "parts sites" around the world (bring your own wrenches). Hmmm ... that sounds like a pretty neat prize ... maybe next year ... need to ask Marsha!

Thanks to our prize donors:

$250 worth of chrome-plating from
Superior Chrome Plating, Inc.

Tom Brownell -- autographed copy of the updated
How-to-Restore Your Chevrolet Pickup

One year's subscription to
Vintage Truck

Some good stuff from
American Classic Truck Parts
Sasquatch Artworks
The Stovebolt Page e-store


Introduction ~~ Photo Submissions ~~ Prizes


$250 worth of chrome-plating from
Superior Chrome Plating, Inc.

Superior Chrome Plating, Inc. has been family owned and operated since 1952. Specializing in classic car and truck parts, we also have 1000's of classic bumpers in stock. Click here for a free quote on your project.

Motorbooks International

Autographed copy of Tom Brownell's New Edition of

How to Restore Your Chevrolet Pickup

How-to-Restore Your Chevrolet Pickup

got some of our own Stovebolters in this issue!


Remembering those who help make this web site possible!

T-shirt and ball cap!

Visit their Web Site
The best On-line Catalog and ordering system.
Over seven thousand parts photos.
Or call 1-940-365-9786

Pat Ertel, of Antique Power and Vintage Truck magazines, has offered a year's subscription to Vintage Truck

Vintage Truck magazine is dedicated to providing comprehensive information about the preservation of classic pickups, vans, station wagons, light trucks, 4x4s, and commercial cars of all makes and models (1980 and earlier) up to two tons.

(Makes a great Christmas present, btw!)



Bruce Palmer of Zero-Rust has donated Zero-Rust products.

Zero Rust is a single-package, air-dried, direct-to-metal barrier coating
formulated for complete rust and corrosion control.

Rob "The Toonmnan" Butler of

Sasquatch Artworks

will provide
one black and white 11 x 17
pen and ink drawing of
their truck or submission.


Of course something neato from The Stovebolt Page e-store.
We just haven't conjured it up yet!

Introduction ~~ Photo Submissions ~~ Prizes

No parts of this site, its contents, photos or graphics may be used without permission.  

Copyright © 1995-2023 The Stovebolt Page | Leonardtown, Maryland