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"The Penguin"

Owned by Kurt Jones
Bolter # 23485
Denver, CO

Talking about this truck
in the DITY Gallery

20 February 2010
# 2761

More truck pictures of my old truck

From Kurt :

Hi Stovebolters! What a great place to see everybody's projects.

Mine is a 1958 Chevrolet Fleetside 31 Apache with the big back window. It has a rebuilt 327, 4 speed, and runs great.

This old truck is just an around town driver. I've had it since '92. Little by little, I've been fixing it up ever since.

When I first got it, it was about six different colors, mostly primer. The passenger door flew open the first left turn I took while driving it home. The passenger (my wife) by dint of her fast reflexes managed to remain a passenger and not an alongside yelling-jogger.

I found some better doors in the scrap yard (not easy) and she has since agreed to ride in it again.


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