Brian Crum's

1951 Chevy 3/4-Ton

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12 June 2006
# 1558

From Brian:

           Here's my new toy. This 1951 Chevy 3/4-ton was bought new by my great Uncle and stayed in the family, and now will stay longer!

           It had been sitting in a field on my family's land for over 20 years I am amazed that all trim and parts are still on the truck. The key was even in the ignition.

           It has a 235 out of a '56 Chevy wagon in it, which I'm going to clean up and try to fire it off, after changing all the fluids. My goal is to paint it white with some blue flames (maybe) and make it look like an old milk truck because that's what my family had -- a dairy. I'm going to make the old seal from the dairy and put it on the steak bed. Other than that, I'm not going to do much to it, keep it looking stock.

           I hope you all enjoy seeing jewels like this being saved. I know I sure do!

           Thank you all in advance for the help I'll need!

Brian Crum
Bolter # 11339
Carmichael, California

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