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  Owned by Jean Pierre Meyer
France

01 January 2009
# 2496

From Richard :

Hello I am Richard Dilly, of France. I have some photos of Jean Pierre Meyer's Chevy Art Deco truck that he bought on eBay. The truck was located in Kansas.

Well, I try to tell you in a correct English ... some information about the trucks. It is a Chevrolet 3/4-ton 1941. I know JP very well and he will give you a complete story of the restoration, with photos.

It was a big work. JP is a professional in restoration of vintage English cars with much experience for the last 30 years. (He has a small garage.) He speaks English better than me and he can explain for you more, with specific details of the adventure.

You can contact him at any time and he will get very much enjoy answering. You can to get more information on the restoration with JP at carmania@carmania.fr.

Here are some additional photos: Here it is with my 1941 GMC called "The Great Valerio" ~interior ~ engine ~ when it arrived from Kansas ~ going to the wedding

(Richard's truck is in the Gallery ... one of our first non-US Stovebolts for the site! Good to hear from you again! ~ Editor)

Best wishes to America,

Richard
"merlin"
Bolter # 11342
Bondy, France

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