Si Lupton's

1926 Chevrolet Open Express


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05 January 2006 Update

From Si:

          Happy New Year friends!

          I am emailing to let you know that this week I have SOLD my 1926 Chevrolet Open Express truck!  It's going back to within 100 miles of its original home! I know it is one of the oldest trucks pictured in the Stovebolt Gallery listings!  Please list it as sold by me and going to San Juan Capistrano, California to Mr. Elden Blasco. He tells me he will be restoring the truck to 100% show quailty and I couldn't be happier!

          This old truck has made me great friends all along the way!  Both the seller and the new buyer have been added to old truck friends that I will keep for many years!

          Thanks very much and keep up the great page work!

Yours Truly,

Si Lupton
"Old Coes"
Bolter # 4060
Hartland, Vermont

 

Si has quite a collection. "Nadine" is a 1954 1.5-Ton Chevy COE. He has a 1950 Chevrolet National Ambulance; a 1941 GMC COE Military Van; and a 1947 Chevrolet 1-Ton Panel . Si had a 1926 Chevrolet Open Express that he sold in 2006 to Mr. Elden Blasco and it headed to San Juan Capistrano, California.


12 October 2004

From Si:

Dear Folks,

          This is my 1926 Chevrolet Open Express truck, four Cylinder. The truck has only 8,000 original miles on it. It came from Pennaylvania and then lived in dry California for over 35 years. It's now living inVermont.

          The truck has sliding doors with pull up glass windows (taken off for convience).

          Hope you can post it in the 1926 Gallery!

Be well
Si Lupton

          Well, Si -- hmmm -- sure we'll add her in! Especially since this is our FIRST 1926!!



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