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Owned by Terry Gunter
Bolter # 15443
Acworth, Georgia

14 November 2007
# 2123

From Terry :

           This is my 1965 Chevrolet 4-wheel drive truck that I have owned for 21 years. It has the same paint and tires on it when I bought it.  I just got done rebuilding the 396 CI engine, adding aluminum heads and a 1967 400 hp tri-power intake and carburetor.  I also added new headers and exhaust system and a new 400 transmission.

           Here's a shot of the interior. Here's one of the bed. Here's a shot from the rear.

           It was an original 4-wheel drive truck when new but has a 3/4-ton running gear in it now. The truck also has a tilt wheel, power windows, power steering, power brakes and power antenna as well as air conditioning.

           Ronnie Forsyth built the truck for himself at his body shop in Cedartown, Georgia and sold it to me when his little girl was born so they could remodel the house. My son Chase was four years old when I bought the truck and it will be his one day.

 

           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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