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Owned by John Butner
Bolter # 28234

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11 April 2011
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From John :

Here is my 1936 Chevy fuel truck. I had it for many years stored away for about 30 years.

When I semi-retired, I decided to restore it. I did all the body and paint work (I am a retired body man). George (Wrenchbender Ret.) Capito did the mechanical work. We did a total restoration on it.

This old fuel truck is a 1.5-ton chassis with the original 207 engine and 4 speed crash box.

This year (1936) was the first year for hydraulic brakes on Chevs.

This classic runs good but is slow. It has been in the All truck Nationals show in Kansas City the last two years. We have also taken her to local cruise nights.

George and I are also restoring my 1936 Chevy passenger two-door that was my first car.

John "Junkyarddog" Butner


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