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Owned by Jim Langley
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
 
22 March 2009
# 2576

From Jim :

Hello, Stovebolters!

Here is my Task Force series truck which I have been working on for nearly a year. I just got it running last month. While there's still lots to do, at least now I can drive it!

My 1959 Chevrolet 3/4-ton dually pickup truck was formerly owned by my employer who purchased it from Florida Power & Light many years ago. It had been in the garage for years when I discovered it.

I have completely rebuilt the motor, new tires, front end work and more, but with still so much left to do. I know I will need help and guidance.

Additional pictures: passenger side / driver side / rear

I'm really glad to have found your terrific web site. Unfortunately, I am computer illiterate so my sister is helping me out. You'll be hearing from me again. You can count on it!

Jim Langley

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