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1966 Chevy C-20 Crew Cab

Owned by

Jeremiah Defibaugh
"GREEN 64"
Bolter # 11426
Ohio

 

Valentine's Day
14 February 2008
# 2227

From Jeremiah :

            Hello every one. I just purchased this 1966 Chevy Crew Cab and thought you might like to see it.

            I have a funny story about the truck. I had seen a crew cab on-line and really liked it. I had never seen one before and decided to build one myself since they are so hard to find. As we were gathering parts for the build, we were at this gentleman's house buying a set of 1964-66 doors. As we were talking, a question came up about what we were going to be doing with the doors. We told him we were rounding up parts to build a crew cab. He then laughed and said, "Well why don't you drive down the road about four miles and get the one that is setting down in the woods."

            We laughed and thought, "Ya right" but we went and looked anyway. He was right! There it was! We were lucky enough to catch the owner at home.

            We talked about the price and told him we would be back. After we towed it home, rounded up the money and got the tow dolly, we went back and bought it. Within five hours we had it home.

            The truck is a 1966 C-20 long bed with power steering, power brakes and 3 speed auto. I believe everything is original. The truck is rough but complete.

            I have tried to contact previous owners in hopes of learning more history on this truck. I will try to update as there are changes during the restoration.

            I really enjoy this site and hope everyone likes the pics.

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