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01 June 2010
More pictures of my old truck
From Dennis :
After selling my 1952 3800 Chevy a couple years ago, and being pre-occupied with other things in life (like helping my kids with college), it's time for another project!
This one is a 1960 GMC 1-ton Panel truck. It's not one of the best looking trucks GM has made over the years, but this old truck is all original.
The old Panel was originally a Rescue / Squad Truck in a Fire Department in Maine. For being 50 years old, it's in great shape.
The truck has a 305 V6, 4-speed on the floor. It runs, drives, and stops, but it still needs a few minor things fixed to pass the New York State Inspection. It came with the original 17" tires and rims, and an extra '63-'66 Chevy hood.
The odometer reads 50,199 which I believe to be the original mileage. I think this is a pretty rare truck since I don't see many around in the longer 9 foot length.
Having been a member for over 6 1/2 years now, I am glad to part of the Stovebolt with all of the great trucks and info.
Gosh, Dennis, it's always good to hear from our "old timers!" Looks like you've got a neat project on your hands there. With the slew of Panel and 'Burb Bolters PLUS the GMC crowd, you should be able to get a lot of help here! Good luck on the project. And it certainly is good to see you're still around! ~ Editor