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Owned by Steve Nelson
"MT53"
Bolter # 3694
Montana

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10 January 2011
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From Steve :

Here is our 1954 Chevrolet 2-ton truck. It was bought new by my Grandfather and has been on the family farm ever since.

Although this old turck no longer sees regular service, we still try to use it a couple times a year, usually at harvest. But, with only a 250 bushel capacity box, it just can't compete with our newer trucks.

It has always been shedded since new, and has absolutely NO RUST anywhere.

It was originally painted Mariner Blue, but Dad painted it white about 20 years ago to match our other trucks. This truck will always have a place on the farm.

I also have a 1953 1/2-ton (which is in the Gallery) and a 1928 GMC 1-ton. I'll try to get a picture of the GMC posted soon.

Thank,s

Steve

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