David Franco's

1947 Chevy Canopy Express


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03 October 2005
#1235


From David:

        Here are photos of my 1947 Canopy Express. I bought it from a lady in Virginia. She forwarded photos to me and it looked fair, so I bought it.

        Upon delivery, I noticed a flat floor. I removed the truck bench seat and found cheap flat galvanized sheet metal screwed on. I unscrewed the sheet metal and I saw the street.  It looked like the old lady from Virginia duped me. Further checking, rust was found in cowl and bed inner panels. I had the entire floor replaced, along with original secondary floor with correct bucket seats, cowl inner panels and metal patched bed panels.

        I’m currently doing a full frame up restoration and hopefully, it will look as good as my Black Jewel 1948 CE.

  • 1947 Canopy Express
  • Model:   3107 ½-ton
  • Motor:  216
  • Trans:  3 speed column shift
  • Color: Primer (Color to be Windsor Blue)
  • Factory options
        Looking for stainless steel side moldings. If anyone out there has any, contact me.

Thank you.

David Franco
"dfrancanopy"


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