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1966 Chevy C-60


Owned by

Matt Lucas
Bolter # 3584
Frankfort, Indiana

16 January 2008
# 2184

From Matt :

           This is my just purchased (November 2007) 1966 Chevy C60. In this picture, it just came home. Not a real good picture --it was getting dark. This 40 year old truck was hauled home behind my 20 year old truck (1986 4 X 4 Chevy). The truck took most of a 20 foot trailer bed.

           The truck has a 292 engine, 4 speed transmission with 2 speed axle, and a 12 foot grain bed with hoist. It runs, stops, and dumps. It has a nice straight cab with a little ding in the left front fender. Does have some rust but not too bad.

           The interior is nice and original. There are two small tears in the seat on the driver's side. All the glass is good. Not a crack or bullseye anywhere. All the lights work.

           That's about all I know for now. I will get back later with a better photo and more information. For now, it will be residing in my barn keeping company with the Olivers.

           Thanks for looking.