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Owned by Daniel Fisher
Bolter # 19198
13 December 2008
# 2482

From Daniel :

This is my 1965 Chevy Longbed Fleetside. It has factory 4 wheel drive. I swapped in a 400 small block. Other than rims and tires truck, the truck is all original.

This truck started life as a brush truck for the Yavapai Indian reservation. I don't know when the truck was taken out of service but it came to the east coast about 11 years ago by the Father of the gentleman that I bought it from.

I got the truck October 2007. After a quick test drive and after $1000 was knocked from the price, it was mine.

I am in the process of collecting information on the truck while it was in service.


That will be cool if you are able to get some of the history of the truck. Would be good to keep in your Gallery. Seems we have a good bit of Stovebolts that were once firefighting apparatus! Keep us posted. ~ Editor


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