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#1225646 - Sat Jul 15 2017 04:18 PM Anyone with a 41-46 Chevy in the Houston?  
54ChevyTruck1  Offline
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Joined: Jul 2017
Posts: 13
Houston, Tx
I bought a 1946 1.5 Ton Chevy basket case. I learn best by looking at examples so if anyone has a 41-46 Chevy truck that I can take a look at I would appreciate it.

My understanding is that other than the fenders the cab and front end are all pretty much the same between the standard and medium duty trucks.

I'm on the northwest side of Houston at louetta and 249.



#1225715 - Sun Jul 16 2017 01:46 AM Re: Anyone with a 41-46 Chevy in the Houston? [Re: 54ChevyTruck1]  
Tango  Offline
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Joined: Mar 2011
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I have a '46 1.5 ton...but it is a school bus so nothing but the front clip is the same. And yes, only the front fenders change from 1/2 to to 2 ton.


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