Boyd Wylie's

1952 Chevy 1/2-Ton Pickup


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21 March 2007 Update
# 1735

From Boyd :

           The outside appearance of my truck has not changed much. A lot of grime has been removed from the "Mother Nature" paint. Mechanically it has had a lot of work, and is now reliable. In fact, my wife and I are off to Vancouver Island, March 17 to meet local Stovebolters there. It is our first road trip in the truck.

           Joining this site and meeting local Bolters has been rewarding personally.

Boyd Wylie
"BC52"
Bolter # 12520
Langley, British Columbia

           Read more about the gathering on "The Island" by the Canadian Band of Bolters ~~ Editor


27 November 2006
# 1735

From Boyd :

           I bought my 1952 1/2-ton in June 2005. It had been built into a street rod in the early '90's, but it had been badly neglected when I found out about it. It had been sitting for six years.

           When I started working on it, I realized it was a very well made truck, So instead of updates, I've restored it to how it was built by a previous owner. Meanwhile, my wife and I even fell in love with the shabby appearance on the paint -- so we are leaving it as is. We call it a "Mother Nature" paint job.

Boyd Wylie
"BC52"
Bolter # 12520
Langley, British Columbia



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