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1946 In Pa. $28,000 #1294412
Fri Jan 11 2019 06:14 PM
Fri Jan 11 2019 06:14 PM
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Super55  Offline OP
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Ad says older restoration. Looks nice. I noticed a few parts missing, the horn button and it appears no nut to hold on the steering wheel, and the cover at the bottom of the flywheel. It has fibreglass fenders. I don't care for the shift knob either. Probably a lot of other things I don't see.

https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/chevrolet/pickup/2203418.html?refer=news


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Re: 1946 In Pa. $28,000 [Re: Super55] #1294434
Fri Jan 11 2019 08:43 PM
Fri Jan 11 2019 08:43 PM
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Truck looks awful familiar. A friend, and stovebolter, moved from my area and has since sold his truck. This sure "looks" like it. If it is, this truck has been very well cared for....if its the one?????


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