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1952 Chevy Farm Truck


Owned by

Chris Shamel
Bolter # 17380
Tusky, Ohio



More photos in my Picasa Album

05 March 2008
# 2261

From Chris :

           This is a 1952 Chevy Farm truck. My Son and I found this truck in Columbiana County, Ohio. It still runs. However, the brakes don't function. We are the third owner.

           The mileage is 14,564. The first owner only used the truck once a week to haul corn to the local mill to be ground. A neighbor bought it at the estate auction.

           Currently, we are in the process of removing the bed to begin our restoration. [ Interior image ]

           The bed [ image ] had a 1/4" thick steel plat. Once removed, it was a lengthy process requiring our current Chevy Silverodo to "pull" it out. The original wood was still there. The floor was a little rough.




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