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1951 Chevy 6400


Owned by

Mike Crane
Bolter # 8766
Pima, Arizona

05 November 2007
# 2112

From Mike :

           I just wanted to drop a pic of my 1951 Chevy 6400 with my 1967 Silver Streak 28 footer in the middle of the Mojave Desert in southern California. We were on the way home from our 5,000 mile, three month family road trip. Here's an enlarged picture.

           My wife, two daughters, three dogs and three cats made it into one heck of an adventure (good thing we found someone to watch the chickens).

           All this AND it's my daily drive work truck!

           I must say thank you for The Stovebolt Page. It has proved a valuable tool in the restoration of this classic beauty.

           Mike, That's a great set-up! What a way to travel! And a daily driver at that. Impressive!! ~~ Editor