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Owned by Chris Kenney
"kenneycj"
Bolter # 18950
Ohio


05 October 2008
# 2445

 

From Chris :

        Here is my 1951 Chevy 3100. I bought it in September 2008. It is in good running and driving condition so I will probably drive it like it is for a couple of years while I decide what the next step is going to be.

        I don't have much history on the truck. I had been looking for one for a couple of years.

        Pictures: front ~ rear ~ passenger side

        I live in Ohio but I am originally from Northern New York. My wife is from Central New YOrk and that is where I found my truck.

        It is stored in NY for the winter now but in the spring it will make its way to Ohio. It will be a driver for now -- something fun to take to work and to Lowe's when needed. Will also take it to some local cruise-ins.

        My wife is very supportive of the hobby. She has always wanted something from the 1950's, too.

        This is my first old truck but I also have a 1969 Olds 442 convertible.

        I will add more as I continue on the adventure. Thanks for all the great information on this forum.

Sincerely,

Chris Kenney
Wm. McKinley Presidential Library & Museum

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