The Gallery
 

1950 Chevy 1/2-Ton


Around the 'Bolt...

Search
Search the 'Bolt - more than 100,000 pages of info. Start here if you're hunting!

Discussion Forums
More than 38,400 registered Stovebo
lters from around the world talking old trucks, and sharing technical help.

Gallery More than 3,140 old truck stories with photos from Stovebolters worldwide! More in our DITY Gallery.

Tech Tips
Helpful tips on truck restoration, identification, preservation; project stories, Build Blogs and Stovebolt histories.

Events
Find out who's doing what, where and when! See who else is in your neighborhood with an old truck.

The Swap Meet
FREE Classified ads for trucks, parts, truck citings, eBay / Craigslist, Hauling Board.

FAQs
Nothing new under the sun ... got some good Frequently Asked Questions here, and will probably have more!

Features
Sagas, Feature Stories and some stuff we've done here and there and don't know where else to put it!

Stovebolt Hoo-ya
'Bolter wear, calendars, bling and other goodies!

Stovebolt Office
About Us, Contacting Us, Stovebolt Supporters, and other pertinent administrivia.

Home
Return to the home page







No parts of this site, its contents, photos or graphics may be used without permission.

Copyright © 1995-2022
Leonardtown, Maryland

 

 
Owned by Kay Sellenschloh
"käptn59"
Bolter # 11811
Hamburg, Germany
 
23 February 2009
# 2537

From Kay :

Hello Stovebolters!

I have owned this 1950 Advance Design Chevrolet pickup truck for about five years. It has a 235, a 3 speed gearbox and a long rear axle. Itís my daily driver. [ Passenger side view ]

My truck arrived in Germany in 1990. The first German owner moved in 1992 to the south of Spain (taking the truck with him). So the truck lived under warm conditions for a while.

I bought the truck from a car dealer with shops in Spain and Germany. So the truck found the way back to Hamburg.

The truck is a daily driver for me and I use it for my private transportation.

I am 44 years old and I work at my cars on my own the whole time. First, I drove old air-cooled VWs and cross country vehicles. My favorites have been a Beetle with the Porsche engine! Sin of one's youth!

Iím also a member of My Hotrod, a small but fine German pickup and panel community.

Since I have owned it, I have replaced some things like door handles, tail lights, rear bumper, radiator and steering box. I refreshed the bed.

The Chevy is not for show and shine -- itís a truck!

My second car is a 1959 Opel Kapitšn L. I have been the owner of this car for about 11 years now.

Stovebolt.com is really a big page with 19,000 members, unimaginable! I love this page! All the best, and see you at Stovebolt

Kay Sellenschloh



Kay, great info on the truck. I cannot imagine driving someplace where there is no speed limit. But I'm a chicken! ~ Editor

-30-


Home | FAQ | Forum | Swap Meet | Gallery | Tech Tips | Events | Features | Search | Hoo-ya Shop