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Owned by David Camp
Bolter # 26566
Udall, Kansas

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02 May 2011
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From David :

Here is my 1960 Chevy long box. I've had her since 1980. It's running 10 to 1 for compression, 355 cubic inches, close ratio Muncie crash box and a 3.90 positraction rear end.

The color is Klondyke Gold Metallic. It's a factory color. I'm still looking for some bedside trim.

After wrecking my Chevelle, I found this truck in Washington State. When I bought it for $150, every piece of glass was broken (the PO's girlfriend kicked out every piece). It also had no engine. It had the old top loader 4 speed.

My first drive was with goggles (no windshield). Since then, I drove it to Wichita in 1986 for a new job.

I installed a Muncie in 1988. In 1992 I applied fresh paint and took it on a road trip to Washington State and back. It's been to Yellowstone and Pikes Peak -- all the way to the top, and it never missed a beat.

I'll never sell it !!




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