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Owned by Larry Gerdom
"hot rod"
Bolter # 5329
Burlington, Iowa
 

01 December 2005
# 1304

From Larry:

             Hi. I just wanted to show you my 1937 Chevy 1/2-ton that I just finished!

             It was a complete frame-off rebuild. It now has a 1970 250 in it with a 350 turbo tyranny and a Nova rear, Mustang front, power steering, power brakes, power windows, air conditioning and heat, tilt, tinted glass, am/fm/cd, fiberglass fenders and running boards. The interior [ pix ] is tan with cream and autumn gold exterior.

             This will be for sale soon on eBay. I hate to part with it, but things happen in your life and you have to move on.

             I want to thank everyone at Stovebolt who has help me this last year for all their info and parts! I couldn't have done it with out you!

Enjoy!

             Larry's also has a super cool 1931 Ford Model A Town Sedan in the Alternative Gallery (sold tho). It had been his Grandpa's car ... and he found it! ~~ Editor

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