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Owned by Terry Gunter
Bolter # 15443
Acworth, Georgia

19 November 2007
# 2132

From Terry :

          This is my 1936 Chevy pickup truck. It is a two-owner truck from California with one repaint done in late 1970's. It has never had any rust. It still has the original interior and paint.  Picture of the engine compartment. View from driver's side, rear . Side view.

          I bought this truck from the second owner who bought it from the original owner’s son in 2000. I have had it for about six months now. It still has the original seats, interior paint, wood in bed, engine, original tools, and owner's manual. It even still has the original California tags that were on it in 1936. It is definitely a rust-free California truck.

          I like it the way it is and I have no plans to do any thing to it.

 

 

           Terry has a stash of old trucks -- a 1955 Chevy 1/2-Ton NAPCO, a 1965 Chevy 4WD / a 1936 Chevy Pickup Truck / a 1957 Chevrolet Napco 4 x 4 / a 1959 Chevrolet Napco. That's quite an expressive fleet of bow ties you've got yourself there. The '36 is a sweet machine. You've lucked out being the latest curator of that little beaut! It truly amazes me what treasures are squirreled away out there. Thanks for sharing. Now for that '65 stump jumper, that has lots of attitude and altitude. ~~ Mike "Burgandybolt" Allen, Stovebolt Welcome (Panel) Wagon

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