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1954 Chevy 2-Ton Dump Truck

Owned by

James Allen
"Lassentrucks"
Bolter # 16509
Janesville, Lassen County
California

"Old Yellar"

19 December 2007
# 2159

From Jim :

            Here is the second one of my two new additions to the motor pool. Here's a bigger view, pictured at their last resting place, still trying to get them moved, but they are paid for.

            Old Yellar is a 1954 Chevy 2-ton with a Trail Mobile dump bed. I need the hydraulic pump and a few extra parts to make her "dump." This one has a beat up cab and a seized engine. I bought this one because it still has the local feed company name on the door. As a bed liner, the previous owner used a 3 x 19 foot double sided Richfield porcelain sign!

            These as well as the 51 panel truck came from a friend's estate. Makes the motor pool two Dodges, two GMCs, two Chevy and a lot of other "stuff."

Jim

         James has quite the stash: a 1944 2.5-Ton 6 x 6 GMC (along with it comes a bunch of interesting goodies); a 1951 GMC 1-Ton Panel Truck; a 1954 Chevy 2-Ton Dump Truck; a 1951 Chevy 1.5-Ton Flatbed. ~~ Editor

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