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Leonardtown, Maryland

 

 
Owned by Denny & Bonnie Wegemer
"Wegemer's"
Bolter # 19801
Maryville, Tennessee
 
01 June 2009
# 2611

From Denny :

Hello all of you Stovebolters! Here is our 1967 C10 with a 1993 step side bed.  This is owner built with a 305 tune port 700R4 trans from a 1988 Trans Am.  It has a tilt column, Dolphin gauges, billet gauge panel and glove box, classic under dash AC, hidden hitch, front and rear roll pans, Ansen wheels, and lots more. 

This truck is Corvette Red and shares a garage with a 1956 Chevy truck, (which is Denny's daily driver -- he has put over 53,000 miles on it in the past four years), and a 1948 International Harvester panel truck, and Bonnie's 1955 Chevy Belair Sport Coupe.   

Here is a link to other photos of this truck, including some past photos of stuff we built.

We are in our late 50's, and have been playing with cars since the 60's. Denny has his tinmans-garage (his hobby shop-man cave), and Bonnie has her woodworking shop (her tree house).  Denny is a machinist and fabricator by trade which makes it cost effective to play with old cars and trucks.

Thanks for looking, and thanks Stovebolts -- we enjoy your web site!

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