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Owned by Johnathan Figueroa
Bolter # 20064
Salt Lake City, Utah

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06 March 2009
# 2553

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From Johnathan :

My Grandfather bought a 1964 C10 back in 1972. However, with me being the baby in the family, the oldest got to keep the truck.

Since I learned to drive a manual transmission in my Grandfather's truck and I fell in love with it, I thought to myself that I ought to get one for myself.

I started looking around for one and found this little gem out in Tooele, Utah. The truck was running and drivable when I got it. Yet with the age of this truck, comes much repair.

Since its purchase, I have rebuilt the carb, installed a new distributor, done a full tune-up, and started fixing the cosmetic issues. I'm planning to find a bed floor from a 1972 and just use that since not only is my truck being used as a cruiser, but it will be put to work. (It is a truck after all!)

It looks like Johnathan found himself a keeper. ~ John Lucas, Stovebolt Curator


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