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#1397810 Thu Feb 18 2021 05:57 PM
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D
'Bolter
1946 Chevrolet half ton original

The truck is an older restoration. A 20 footer. Sorry for all the foliage in the picture but I was trying to be artsy.
I've rebuilt the brakes, redone the interior, added vintage turn signals, and had an overdrive added to the torque tube (from Lloyd Young).
The fire extinguisher picture shows how I built a box to inset it in the passenger kick panel.
The last picture shows the OD added to the torque tube.
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O
'Bolter
Nice truck. Wife and I always loved the 46. We looked for one about 4 years ago but couldn't find what we like.


"If you can't fix it with duct tape it's an electrical problem"
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Hello Dave,

What a nice looking '46. You must not have had it parked there very long because the birds hadn't yet zeroed in on it. grin Great idea to post the pic of your overdrive/torque tube set up. I would have guessed that the OD would have been right off the transmission.

Thanks for posting in our Gallery.

John


J Lucas


1941 Chevy 1/2-Ton
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'Bolter
Nice job. Beautiful truck. I love the old overdrives and how seamlessly they work.

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'Bolter
sweet ride,


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'Bolter
I would take that 20 footer any day. I will be watching the for sale section. ;-)


Dave from Northern Kentucky
My 54 3100

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