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  Owned by Clayton Truman
Penticton, British Columbia
01 June 2009
# 2610

From Clayton :

Here are some pics of my Chev Task Force series truck. The cab only still has a splash on it from the previous owner.

The truck obviously is a 1955 second series Chev. Has a 1947 216 in it. New brakes, deck, king pins, muffler, seat, seat belts, etc. Nine years ago I did all that, and have only put 1000 miles on it since then.

I built the tank [ picture ] from an old boiler. Yes, I use it for work daily. Minor surface rust on driver's floor boards which I have fixed. Needs door pins, small body work.

Paid $4000 for it and drove it home!

Clayton Truman


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