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1929 Chevy International 1/2-Ton Pickup

Owned by

Bill Shubert
Bolter # 16689
Johnston City, Illinois


01 December 2007
# 2141

From Bill :

           HI! I was introduced to Stovebolt about three months ago by my Brother-in-law, and found it to be a cool site. Then over Thanksgiving, he said I should submit my 1929 Chevy International 1/2-ton pickup to the Gallery. So what the heck -- here it is.

           I bought this truck in August 2007 from a guy that lived 120 miles from me. He was trying to sell it and I was trying to buy it, but my wife had other ideas. After about a month swearing I would never ask for any thing again, (until next time) the wife gave in and it's been a love / hate relationship ever sense. I love the truck and she hates every time I want to buy something for it!

           I'm trying to restore the truck to original. I'm finding parts hard to find and when I do, they are expensive.

           Well, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.

           Hope you find this old Stovebolt worthy of your Gallery. Thanks for a great web site.


           Worthy? Bill, if it's old GM iron, it is worthy!! Thanks for sending it in ... and good luck! ~~ Editor