Marty Flores'

1954 Deluxe Panel and 1954 Chevy 1/2-Ton 5-Window


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02 March 2007 Update
# 1856

From Marty:

           Hi! Here are a couple updated photos for the Gallery of our two 1954s -- the Deluxe Panel and the 1/2-ton Chevy pickup.  The Panel I've had since '74. The pickup I've had since '85. They're both running the 235s, dual exhaust, 4 barrel on the panel, 2 1-barrel Holleys on the pickup.

           I just recently got the upholstery done on the pickup. I still have to put on the visor and side mount spare. I didn't like the look of the original mirror brackets. They looked lopsided to me. So I went with the 4" peep mirrors with the bubble mirrors stuck to them.They don't look stock, but to me they're cool looking and they work.

           Thank you for keeping this great web site going and also a thanks to all the friendly people willing to share their knowledge.

Marty & Liz Flores
"delux54panel"
Bolter # 1808
Martinez, California

           Well, Marty -- you've been with us a LONG time and YOU TOO are one of those Bolters always wiling to share your knowledge. So thank you, too! ~~ Editor


05 March 2002

From Marty:

           I bought this truck in 1974 for $200. It's seen a lot of changes since then, but it's always been a real eye-catcher.

           I still have the original 6 cylinder in it, open drive w/Saginaw 4 speed, Holley 4 BBL Corvette dual exhaust, 4" Mor-drop axle.

           For $28,500 you could own it!

Marty & Liz Flores
"delux54panel"
Bolter # 1808
Martinez, California



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