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What did you
get done on
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????


The question, initially posted May 23, 2005, was:
"Whatcha do on your Bolt
this weekend?"

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1935 GMC
#1422624 Wed Sep 01 2021 09:12 PM
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1935 GMC

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Re: 1935 GMC
PAPAGOD #1422669 Thu Sep 02 2021 02:48 AM
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It looks well-maintained. Care to share your secret? Where do you usually purchase auto parts/accessories for a classic vehicle like this one? Is it possible to install aftermarket products that I see on shops like 4WheelOnline? I look forward to seeing more pictures of this classic vehicle.

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Re: 1935 GMC
Rette Stine #1424162 Wed Sep 15 2021 07:39 PM
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No secret here. Jim Carter Truck Parts:). I found them 10 years before I found this truck. Great luck sourcing a few underside panels on Ebay.
I needed some splash guards and inner fender wells. Found them easily on-line.

This 1935 has about a 20 year old restoration. I am tightening up the underside with NOS front end parts, bearings, king pins... But, otherwise just plan to just drive this old GMC.

Aftermarket parts would not benefit me here Rette. The rarity of this old beauty is it has the original drivetrain. Most have become hot rods over the years. So, for me. No Aftermarket. But, yes, kits are available for anything.

All the best

Re: 1935 GMC
PAPAGOD #1424866 Wed Sep 22 2021 02:00 AM
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Nice truck! I'd love to see more pictures too. What engine is in it?


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