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1963 Chevrolet 1/2-Ton Pickup Truck

"Good Ole Boy"

Owned by

Dennis Turner
Bolter # 4814
Laurinburg, North Carolina

11 February 2008
# 2224

From Dendo :

          This is my 1963 Chevy truck. [ side view ] For years I wanted a truck from this time era (1960-1965). I always told everybody I knew that it looked like the kinda truck a "good ole boy" would drive [ pix ] .

          When I came across this truck almost two years ago, most of the work had been done. I have reworked the dash [ pix ] , replaced the front windshield, installed power windows, built a custom dash cluster, installed 2 1/2" dropped spindles on the front end with power disc brakes, installed a new stereo, installed new felt around the door windows. [ rear pix ] I installed a chrome front grille and tripod lights.

          The funny thing is my wife talked me into buying the truck saying, "Hey the truck is finished. What more could you do to it?"


           I hope ya'll like the "good ole boy" truck.


           And if you like this one, be sure to check out Dendo's 1951 Chevy 5-window. He has an eye for nice, shiny trucks! ~~ Editor