Greg Fyrberg's

1939 Chevrolet 1.5-Ton


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25 July 2006 Update

From Greg:

          Here are a few more pictures of my '39. I'll probably hear about it from the purists but the body now sits on a '78 4 X 4 chassis. Right now it' s only sitting there. Nothing is mounted permanently yet. It fits pretty good -- I didn't need to cut anything which I really didn't want to. I want the body to look stock.

          I've had some time in the middle of all my other projects to get a little done on the front end. I cleaned up and primed the hood and hood sides. I polished and straightened the stainless. The hood handles, hood ornament, and the top grille piece were plasma sprayed with a nickel-based powder at my work. Never need to worry about rust on those parts again.

          Well, that's all I have for now.

Greg Fyrberg
"Greg1320"
Bolter # 3144
Massachusetts


08 April  2003  

From Greg:   

          Here are a few pictures of my '39 1.5- ton. It's in great shape and very solid.  Just looks bad -- but its all surface rust.  There is almost no rot on it.  As I'm sure is the same with the rest of you, I have big plans for it.  I will send more pictures as the work progresses, but for I have other projects to finish.  At least that's what the wife tells me.

Greg Fyrberg
"Greg1320"
Bolter # 3144
Massachusetts



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