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Owned by Jordi Sawa
Bolter # 20627
Melville, Saskatchewan

Talking about this truck
in the DITY Gallery

08 June 2009
# 2616

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From Jordi :

This is my 1946 Chevy 2-ton. I have had this Art Deco big Bolt for about two years.

I bought it running for a decent price, but it needed some carb work and part of the gas line needed repair. I wasn't sure how the brakes were when I got it, but when I started working on it, the brakes still worked really good.

I now have the carb fixed and the gas line too.

This big truck is really fun driving around the farm. It has an extremely good body on it and only has minor surface rust. Here is a view of the side box. And another view with the dump mechanism at work.

The hoist works good and the engine runs great, too.

Jordi has several trucks in the Stovebolt Gallery: a 1942 Chevy 3/4-Ton; a 1955 Chevy Stepside Shortbox; a 1946 Chevy 2-Ton and a 1950 Chevy Shortbox 4 x 4. ~ Editor


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