Eric Pesci's

1958 Chevy NAPCO 3200 Fleetside


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27 February 2006
# 1453

From Eric::

         Here is truck #5 -- a 1958 Chev NAPCO 3200 Fleetside big window V8. This is another of my newer acquisitions. Why do I keep getting baby blue trucks? I hate baby blue!

         I was originally looking for a '58 / '59 Napco 3600 Fleetside but they're kind of rare and I found this one and she is a stout little sucker so .... she's mine.

         She's a factory Napco V8 big window -- long bed fleetside. I'm going to see what the original color was and if I don't like it, I'm going to paint her red/white.

         I don't know much about this truck other then she is very solid and all original, runs decent -- until I get my hands on her. I have a factory grille guard / winch bumper I am thinking of installing OR I might even drop the bod on a 3600 Napco chassis I know of. Probably not though -- I'm not into swapping original equipment. I was going to give her to my wife but she decided she's had it with classics. So I bought her a 2002 Duramax 2500HD and kept this Fleetside for myself. Bought some "quiet" too as I told my wife I'd buy her the new truck if she stops fussing about my old iron. So far so good -- although I've had to remind her a few times - LOL

Thanks,

Eric Pesci
"Old iron fanatic"
Bolter # 10147
Terrebonne,Oregon

         Be sure to check out Eric's 1956 Chevy NAPCO 6400 Rescue Truck, 1957 Chevy Napco 3200, his 1950 GMC 250 1-Ton 4 x 4 Flatbed Dually, 1951 Chevy 5-window 3100, a 1958 Chevrolet Napco Suburban Carryall and 1950 Harley Davidson -- FL Police Bike in the Alternative Gallery ~~ Editor



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