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1946 Chevy 6400 2-Ton Flatbed

Owned by

John Schnyer
"JohnJ"
Bolter # 14636
Torrington, Connecticut

Valentine's Day
14 February 2008
# 2229

From John :

           Hello. I have been browsing the site for over a year now. I enjoy the photos and tech tips.

           I have owned many old Chevy trucks over the years and always enjoy driving them as much as looking at them. I purchased this 1946 Chevrolet 6400 on eBay last year. The body is rust free with a few dings.

           I am currently getting parts together to get it up and running. It is a two ton truck built in July of 1946 in Ohio.

           I hope to have it up and running in the summer of 2008.

           I enjoy the Stovebolt site and have contacted a few of you 'Bolters to compliment you on your fine vehicles. I am always amazed at all the good people in this hobby.

           I have no other story to tell on this truck yet. I hope time will be kind enough for good times and stories to be said on another day and time.

           Thanks for your good work and time.

John Schnyer

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