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24 September 2008 Update
# 2174

From Brad :

           ( This is real exciting tech advancement for Stovebolt -- our first Gallery submission / update in video! Check it out! ~ Editor )

           Here are two videos to give you a good look-see of my 1964 Chevy Panel truck 1/2-ton 4 x 4, with new Green Diamond Icelander tires and Pro Comp shocks: Part One / Part Two

           A few details, I have owned this truck since 1998. It has a 327 cu in V8 from a 1967 Camaro; 4 speed standard transmission. Power steering and power brakes were upgrades. It has a Dana 44 front GM Corporate 12 bolt rear. The paint code is 4529AA (not sure if paint matches). Added new door sills, floor mat, sun visors, 14” insulation inside, wood paneling

           I use the truck for camping, fishing, to carry tools, etc.

Brad

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09 January 2008
# 2174

From Brad :

           This is my 1964 Chevy Panel 4 x 4. I bought the truck in 1998. I had gone to Western New York to look at a 1957 Chevy 4 x 4 panel and found this one! The 1964 was in good and ready to drive shape, so I opted for it instead. It has been well taken care of and definitely not beaten to death as many are.

           I virtually lived in it one summer and fall in Sylvan Beach, NY. I was very comfy in it. [ View from the rear ]

           It was upgraded to a 1967 327 engine and also has power steering and brakes. It was a big hit at many car shows in the past.

           I use it as a work truck for my handyman business, or whatever the task calls for. My girlfriend’s truck is the 1961 Chevy Apache Stepside long bed, already listed in the photo gallery.

           ~Great looking Panel Brad! Be sure to check out the Panels and 'Burbs section of the Forums! - Gallery Gal

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