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Owned by Coleman Barnett
"coal"
Bolter # 20576
Absarokee, Montana

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08 June 2009
# 2617

From Coleman :

Here's my 1965 Chevy K20 that my late Father bought about ten years ago. He eventually gave it to me. I've been dragging it around with me since then.

My plans for the future are a total rebuild, but for now I'm just going to get it drivable.

My wife and I have moved several times and since the truck only kind of runs, there have been quite a few interesting situations.

I'll send updates as the rebuild goes along.

The first thing is to refresh the old 292 and then get her so I can drive it, rather than herd it, down the road.

I'm getting there slowly but surely. Unfortunately, there's only so much time between work and raising the family.




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