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1968 Chevy Longhorn Pickup Truck

Owned by

John Carneiro
Bolter # 15970
Palmdale, CA


08 October 2007
Canadian Thanksgiving
# 2079



From John :

           This is a picture of my 1968 Chevy Longhorn pick-up truck. I came to be the owner for next to nothing. I was thinking it will give my two boys (ages 4 and 6) something to do together. I would like to know more about this truck as far as statistics go. Such as 'How many were made?" "What happened to them and does anyone have any ideas or input for me?

           My wife thinks it is a hideous hunk of metal ... oh well!!! Palmdale, California won't be any worse for the ride.

           I am so glad to have found ..... you guys rock.

           I need all the help that I can get either first hand or through reference referrals. Anything would be greatly appreciated and put to use.