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#1129381 Wed Oct 14 2015 02:07 AM
Joined: Oct 2015
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After reading and seeing pics of DADS50 project I was motivated to join. Really liked the way he installed a remote wiper motor switch (electric), looks like original. Hope I can do something like it with my newly purchased 52 pickup.

Last edited by Achipmunk; Wed Oct 14 2015 02:45 AM.
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Welcome to the Stovebolt Chevyman. Not sure where Shasta is but there is bound to be some bolters close by..they are everywhere!
We're here to help so don't be bashful. Just try to ask questions in the most appropriate garage forum for some great help.

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1950 Chevy Coupe

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Welcome to the site. Yes DADS50 is awesome, his pics are the best too and his truck is also nice. Good luck with your '52.

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Welcome to the Bolt

1929 Chevrolet AC International - 4 Door
1930 Chevrolet AD Universal - Canopy Express Truck
AACA - VCCA - Stovebolt - ChevyTalk
Love the Antique Chevrolet's from 1928-1932
The Beauty, Simplicity, History, and the Stories they Tell

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Welcome to Stovebolt. Looking forward to seeing your progress with your 1952. On track to have my 1952 3100 series home for installation of its new bed this coming week.
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1948 Chevrolet 1-Ton Grain Truck
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