Well, still waiting on this truck. The shop it is at currently is doing the best they can, had some unexpected delays however we should be having a blue Chevrolet any day now! Soon as I have some they'll be here!
When I die, I hope she doesn't sell everything for what I told her I paid for it!
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And here it is, my dream truck is finally done!!!!!!! Ten years and two months later it is finally finished!! Sad part is I may not get to drive it. Long story short I had no choice after the family that helped me restore the truck lost the warehouse that they stored it in, I had no place for it and no one to keep it for any longer period of time, I had to finish paying off what little I owed left on the truck body work or they finishing it, and sell it to recoup some costs. They were very very generous and had to do this to a lot of folks like myself that were doing little installments at a time. It breaks my heart guys, I have hope of maybe buying it back at the Mecum Auction in Texas in April. If not buying it hopefully know who bought it to stay in touch for that someday. After all this guys this is not what I had planned, I hope to work enough to buy the truck back! They ended up putting a Chevy 350 with a TH350 transmission in it with vintage heating and cooling, IFTS kit with power rack and pinions, and other great stuff. They painted it exactly what I had talked to them about! Will keep you all posted!! Thank you all so very much for all the support, help, and input over the years. Old Chevrolet’s have a very special place in my life and absolutely love the Stovebolt Forums and everyone here!