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1950 Chevy 3100 1/2-Ton

Owned by

Brian Glass
"briang"
Bolter # 16506
San Diego, California

 

01 February 2008
# 2206

From Brian :

           I wanted to add my 1950 Chevy 3100 to the Gallery. (My 1958 Apache 3100 Shortbed Fleetside -- Cooper's ride -- is already up in the Gallery.)

           My wife and I fell in love with this truck. We drove seven hours from our house to go pick it up. My wife dropped me off. Then we drove seven hours back that same day.

           I had the 1958 Apache first and I had started the work on it, but we just could not get this truck out of our mind.

           Prior to having children, my wife and I would drive the coast in this truck year round. We absolutely love it.

           Here are some pictures in my Webshots!

Thanks,

Brian Glass

 

 

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