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05 July 2010
More pictures of my old truck
From Anthony :
This is my truck that I purchased last summer. I got it from a guy out in Cibolo, Texas.
I saw this old truck advertised on Craigslist and promptly made a call to meet with the owner. Later that week, I went to check it out. I ended up giving the guy some cash to hold onto it for me and delete the posting.
The following weekend, I went back to pay him off and pick it up. I brought a flatbed tow truck (Aaron's Trucking in San Antonio,Texas).
My plan is to get the truck in good running condition for right now and will slowly work on the cosmetic stuff. It does turn over and runs. It still needs all of the small things to make it road worthy.
I've got plenty of pictures on the Photobucket site and will keep adding more.
Thanks to all of the fellow Stovebolters that have helped me get it started and also to the ones who sold me some of their extra items.
Nice solid project vehicle, with some happy helpers. ~ J. Lucas, Stovebolt Curator