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Owned by Pat and Patty Rynne
Bolter # 21993
Carol Stream, Illinois

Talking about this truck
in the DITY Gallery

02 November 2009
# 2691

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From Patty :

When we were at a cruise night with Pat's 1966 Impala one evening, I mentioned to Pat that I would love to have an old truck. A couple of weeks later, Pat found a 1949 Chevy on eBay. We watched this Advance Design truck's action all week. Pat called the gentleman a couple of times. He did not give us much information on the truck. He just said that it runs good and needs a master cylinder. To our amazement, no one bid on the truck except for us.

So Pat was off to rent a trailer to pick it up in Wisconsin. We had to push it off the trailer.

We have been working on "Stanley" ever since. I haven't had a chance to drive the truck yet but the motor sounds real good.



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