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"Crawfish"

Owned by Mark Harris
"Cajun Craw Fish"
Bolter # 11961
Taylor, Michigan

Talking about this truck
in the DITY Gallery


 
24 August 2009
# 2652

More truck pictures in Photobucket!

From Mark :

Just a little late trying to get the Crawfish in the Gallery. I have been on the Stovebolt forum for a while, just not a posting regular.

Well, here is my classic Art Deco truck -- a 1946 Chevy 1.5-ton dump bed. This is the first picture at the time of purchase.

Body work has started and will be updated later as well as frame work pics.

The truck and I are from Michigan. We found this old truck in a local salvage yard were it sat for several years unnoticed near the train tracks of a train overpass. I saw the small arch of the cab top in tall grass at a glance as I drove under the underpass. A mere $700 and the truck was mine drive and it does run. Needs new bed and hydraulics. Seat/bench is out of the truck being repaired.

Lots of changes to this truck, but even so, it will appear to be stock.

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