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Owned by Si Lupton
"Old Coes"
Bolter # 4060
Hartland Vermont and now .... Deland Florida
27 July 2008
# 2392

From Si :

Hello everyone from Old Coes!! Long time no email!  Been busy with a new restaurant and Marina venture here in Florida!  I've been here for the last year getting permits, etc. for this project. We're on the St. John's River in Deland.

Truck stuff: well I've now done it!  I've gone to the "Dark Side"!

 I just bought this 1947 Chevrolet 1-ton Panel on Ebay from California.  Gonna use it for promotion of our 1940's era Florida river front, fish camp restaurant, "Josiah's Hontoon River Grill", Deland Florida! 

I've sold most of my other vintage trucks and now will have this one for some fun.  Caddy engine, electric doors and windows! (hahaha oh boy!)

I hope to run into you someday soon and also get back onto Stovebolt ... (if I can remember my  codes to get on!)
       I hope all are well and healthy!


Si Lupton
Hartland Vermont and now .... Deland, Florida


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.


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