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1956 Chevy Bread Delivery Truck

Owned by


Holden Westland
"Bring the Bread"
Bolter # 16729


06 December 2007
# 2154

From Holden :

           Hi. I have been gifted a 1956 Chevy Bread Delivery Truck (photos attached). All things considered, it is pretty much issue-free. It runs (262 cu), is virtually rust free and appears to have never been in a wreck.

           The interior is a disaster but given its age, it's in really good shape (it spent its entire life in California).

           Does anyone have any guesstimate as to the approximate value of this vehicle? I am not planning on selling it but rather (here's the weird / fun part) ... converting it into a Tiki Lounge on wheels.

           Thank you for your time. Hope to have some more pics and perhaps doing a little timeline on the progress of the renovation.

Best regards,

Holden Westland
Tiki Farm, Inc