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1953 5700 Chevy COE
1951 GMC COE

   Owned by Dan Ellis, LaPine, Oregon


17 February 2008
# 2272
& 2273

From Dan :

         I'm here in Central Oregon.This is some of my Old Iron. I have a couple more GM's, but they are in various stages of rebuild, and hate to have their picture taken.

         The red C.O.E [ another pix ] is a 1953 5700 Chevy COE. It still has the original 235 and 4 speed. It's stock for the most part. I did put in a faster rear end so it will keep up with traffic -- not bad.

         The other trucks are a 1951 GMC (in the picture above), a 1947 Diamond-T 509SC, a 1952 F-6 Ford and a 1956 C600 Ford and a 1965 GMC 4x4 1/1-ton. Here's another F*rd -- this has a 460 with a 4 speed, a Gearvendors O/D, and a Eaton 2spd axel.

Dan

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