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AD Chevy Trucks

Chevy trucks

Over 6,000 pictures
Brad Allen has an awesome collection of Chevrolet factory pictures that he has set up from film strips.

This one is on AD Chevy trucks (1947-1955).

Lots of work on Brad's part ... pure enjoyment for you.

Updated 31 Dec 2016

  Owned by
Tom Beasley
Bolter # 5961



GMC 1/2-Ton





From Tom:

Here are some pictures of my project / money pit. It's a 1939 GMC 1/2-ton Tom Beasley Street Rod, LT 1 motor, 4L 60 E transmission, custom frame, C 4 Corvette suspension front and rear, custom gas tank, radiator and other items, Ron Francis wiring.


This started out as an old truck body with no engine and no drive train. Fortunately, the body was rust-free but a tree had fallen on the cab.

Since 2004 the truck is more or less done, paint seating etc. I have driven the truck more than 26,000 miles with no problems and have had a lot of fun doing so.



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