Randy Cox's

1942 Chevrolet 1.5-Ton


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10 February 2006
# 1413

From Randy:

         This is my 1941 1.5-ton with 235 4 speed, 2 speed manual rear and power take-off. It has a12 foot flatbed. It drives and handles pretty good. I used it to haul all my lumber to build a new addition on my home.

         There was a "monster wench" mounted on the bed but the bed metal was waaay to heavy for the truck. It should have had a wooden floor but was replaced with 1/4" steel. So I removed the bed and built a wooden bed. It's a lot lighter.

         I always wanted an older Burb with a winch so I mounted it on it -- looks cool huh?

         I do have another Stovebolt -- it is a '48 Chevy Fleetline 4 door, all original.

Thanks,

Randy Cox
Virginia



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