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24 February 2006
# 1340

From Al:

          Just wanted to let you know I've traded off this truck for another project ~~ a 1931 1.5-ton Chevy !

Thanks,

Al Falke
"Resto44"
Bolter # 3926
Lowry City, Missouri

          Not sure what Al's new project is, but he's got plenty: a 1953 3/4-Ton and 1948 1/2-Ton, a 1957 Chevy 3100 1/2-Ton, a 1950-something Chevy 3100 1/2-tonand a 1964 Chevy C-20 in the Gallery. And a 1946 Chevy Coupe in the Alternate Gallery! ~~ Editor


27 Decmeber 2005
# 1340

From Al:

          Hello to all Stovebolt-nutz. Here's a couple of pics of my most recent find. It's a 1949 Chevy 6400 -161" wheelbase with 20's all round. It doesn't have a motor but it does have a TH400 that was bolted to a big block at one time.

          The ole body is very solid but it needs cab corners and a new floor. All the seat cushion is gone, probably into mouse nest padding.

          I've got a 305 small block that will go into it next spring. I've got more pics in my Webshots albulm.

Thanks,

Al Falke
"Resto44"
Bolter # 3926
Lowry City, Missouri

          Al also has a 1953 3/4-Ton and 1948 1/2-Ton, a 1957 Chevy 3100 1/2-Ton and a 1964 Chevy C-20 in the Gallery. And a 1946 Chevy Coupe in the Alternate Gallery! ~~ Editor



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