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  Owned by Jeremy Coon
Bolter # 7022
Florida Panhandle
01 May 2008
# 2317

From Jeremy :

           I recently purchased this 1972 GMC K20 pickup truck from a gentleman in Missouri.

           I had been looking for a well maintained K20 for quite some time. This truck runs and drives great, and looks good, too. [ Interior pix ]

           There may even be some Stovebolters from Missouri that knew this truck.

           The truck is actually a GMC Sierra Grande, but somewhere along the lines a Chevrolet front clip was put on it. I personally like the Chevy front end better, so this doesn't really bother me.

           I plan to drive and use this truck and enjoy it. I'm more of a "working truck" type of guy, than a "show truck" type of guy.

Thanks for looking.


           Jeremy also has a 1951 Chevrolet 6400 2-ton and a 1971 Chevrolet C10 that his Grandfather purchased new . ~~ Editor


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