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Owned by Cliff Lowrie
Bolter # 14586
06 August 2007
# 2012

From Cliff :

           Hi! This is my 1955 GMC big window truck that has been in my family since 1958. It sat under an oak tree for 25 years before I spent four years restoring this truck. I did all the work my self except for the paint. I take pride in what I do. Here's a good shot from the side and another from the back.

           The truck has a 383 stroker small block with 3 Stromberg 97’s, M- 21 4 speed, 4 wheel disk breaks, power breaks, power steering, Camaro clip. This the bed shot which is pine with my secret touch. The list goes on and on.

           I built this truck in memory of my Dad who died in 1993, He loved this truck and I know he would be happy to see the truck in the state it is in now. It has a Chevy front end. My Dad liked the Chevy front ends better and there are no over-heating problems.

           I will be opening a truck and car restoration shop in Lincoln, California in the next few months [ August 2008 -- it is NOW OPEN! -- see below ] . I will specialize in 1955-1972 Chevy and GMC trucks but do all the cars as well. If you need your truck or car done right, shoot me a message.

           I love the 1955 - 1959 trucks and have 22 of them and will post pictures of them in the future.

           Thanks for looking.

Cliff Lowrie

My shop is now open! It is in Loomis, California. I restore or work on 1947-72 Chevy and GMC trucks and cars. I will also build street rods and customs. I will do custom paint jobs as soon as the paint both is up and running. I will also do body and metal fabrication, body modifications and rust repair. (916) 223-5600

           Cliff has a real collection of trucks. Some in the Gallery, others "not yet!" Here is a group shot of his trucks and one that belongs to one of his best friends. This is another shot of some of his other trucks (different from the previous ones). This one is his 1959 Chevrolet Utility truck. Here is one of his 1958 GMC Fleetsides.

           In the Gallery, we have: a 1955 GMC BIG Window; a 1959 Chevy Short Fleetside; a 1957 Chevy 1.5-Ton. ~~ Editor


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