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Owned by Rob Groot
Grande Prairie, Alberta
28 April 2008 Update
# 1820

From Rob :

           I drove Gumby this winter and even at 30 below, it ran great and never let me down.

           I had a new carb put on as well as a complete tune-up done this past fall. I installed a set of three point seat belts so I can take my kids with me. [ Pix from front ]

           Still enjoying the site. It keeps getting better all the time!


           Thanks, Rob. We certainly have a good group of Stovebolters, which really makes this site a happening place! Ol' Gumby is looking pretty fine! ~~ Editor

Valentine's Day
14 February 2007
# 1820


From Rob :

           My truck is a 1971 GMC. I bought it [ pix ] in the fall of 2006 and drove it for a month before parking it for the winter. It was restored several years ago and is in great shape and a blast to drive.

           It has a 350 with an automatic and just about no options -- very plain but I love it.

           My plan is to use it as a daily driver, in summer, and eventually restore it properly.

           I just found your Stovebolt Page and it is fantastic.

Rob Groot


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