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Owned by Dana Greindl
"northdm"
Bolter # 16394
Topsham, Maine

Talking about this truck
in the DITY Gallery


07 September 2009
# 2663

More truck pictures and history on my web site!

From Dana :

I've been a member of the Stovebolt gang since October of 2007. That is when I picked up my 1961 Chevy C10 Stepside.

I live in Topsham Maine where rust-free cars and trucks are few and far between. When I found this truck advertised in the local Swap or Sell It Guide, it stated that it needed a cab mount and a floor patch. Unfortunately I did not have a clever enough eye to detect all of what it really needed when I bought it. LOL.

So my story begins with me driving it into my shop the day I got it, showed the wife (she was impressed), and started dismantling it.

I bought this classic 1961 truck to make it a summer driver. I wanted a truck that I could enjoy driving for long distances. With that said, it was my intent to at least have the following features:

  • Automatic transmission
  • Disc brakes
  • Power steering
  • Decent gas mileage

Beyond this, money and time are the only restrictions.

Almost two years later, I have a freshly painted frame on top of two saw horses and assembly has officially begun (she's not so impressed any more).

Feel free to follow my progress as I post updates and pictures to my new web site.

Please check back often as I will be updating it as I work on it.

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