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'29 Chevy 1.5-Ton
By Stephen Binder
The Restoration Series is comprised of trucks undergoing restorations, rebuilds or efforts inbetween. Please note: these trucks may not be 100 percent accurate -- please contact the truck owners to verify items of interest.
05 May 2005 - Update
01 July 2004 - Update
These first few photos are of the installation of the wood kit. THAT was an experience. Although, it went very well, thanks to the great job that Classic Woods out of Greensboro, NC who made the wood kit.
|Below pictures show the manufacturing of the bed and tail gate. This was done by a friend of mine (Dutch) from Mesa, AZ. The tailgate is very vintage and original.|
|These last photos are with the bed setting on the frame with the cab. This gives me a great idea of what the truck is going to look like !|
Next in the program is putting in motor, transmission, steering gauges, etc. It's getting exciting and I'm looking foward to getting it on the road. Will keep you posted.
11 October 2003
Here are some photos of my 1929 Chevrolet 1-1/2 ton truck that I purchased out of Garden City, Kansas and tailored back to Gilbert, Arizona. It has been quite a project and also a learning experience. I would love to see this put into the Gallery and I will keep you posted on how things go.
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