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1951 Chevrolet 3100

Owned by

Tom Bruno
"TPB"
Bolter # 16649
Westport, Connecticut

12 March 2008
# 2269

From Tom :

           This is my first truck. It is a 1951 Chevrolet 3100 made in Atlanta. My wife and I love this truck. I hope it stays in the family for generations. It is a daily driver that makes driving fun.

           I have always admired the Chevy trucks of the early fifties. I started looking for one, on and off in my travels around the country. I found this truck on an antique car and truck site.

           I had many long conversations with the original owner and it became evident that his Father owned the truck and really loved it and cared for it.

           I was sold!

           Now it is my responsibility to take care of her and hopefully my son will be driving it into the next generation.

           My first project is to make sure she is safe to drive as a daily driver because that has always been my intention. Then I intend to tackle the interior. I have more pictures in my Kodak Photo Gallery.

Regards,

Tom Bruno

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