Greg and Tammy Miller's

1952 Chevy 1/2-Ton Pickup Truck


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21 August 2007
# 2029

From Greg :

         We found this 1952 Chevy 3100 in the local newspaper two years ago. My wife and I had nothing to do so we decided to take a little ride to go check it out. As we turned the corner and saw the condition of the truck for the price that it was being advertised for, I knew that this truck was coming home with me! The gentleman who was selling it was in the military and was being transferred to Germany and his wife said it had to go. So with some haggling on the price and a trip back to get the trailer, the truck was loaded up and on its way to its new home.

         What was going to start out to be just a mild fixer-upper, ended up being a full blown tear down frame off job. Now two years later, my wife and I are enjoying going to all the cruise ins and car shows we can attend.

         Some more photos: interior -- dash -- view from the rear -- bed -- engine .

         I won't ever forget the first time that I was able to get behind the wheel and take it down the road for the first time! It sure made the two years of hard work worth the wait.

Greg and Tammy Miller
"1SIK52"
Bolter # 9643
Gulfport, Mississippi (Hurricane Katrina)



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