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'53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria #1309293 Thu May 02 2019 09:05 PM
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Hello from Munich, Bavaria,
Since two years I have a '53 Chevy Panel Truck which I really love, but it keeps me busy in searching for parts and help. It seems that this is a very interesting forum, where I might can find some help/ideas or just enjoy other stories. I live in Munich, Bavaria (South Germany). Greetings, Markus

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Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309353 Fri May 03 2019 04:01 AM
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Welcome to the 'bolt. That is a very nice looking panel. I'm sure you will find all the answers to your questions here.

PS. I "sent" a 39 Chevy pickup to Germany a few years ago. Please keep a look out for it.

Last edited by Rusty Rod; Sat May 04 2019 12:15 AM.

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Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309375 Fri May 03 2019 12:44 PM
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Welcome to the Stovebolt madness. There is no cure! For answers to your question search/post in the Forum which most closely matches your subject of concern. Check out the Gallery for stories and photos of everyone’s trucks. Tons of information available with the click of your mouse.
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Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309401 Fri May 03 2019 03:42 PM
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You have a very nice looking truck, Markus

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Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309403 Fri May 03 2019 04:06 PM
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Thanks guys!!!

Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309409 Fri May 03 2019 05:31 PM
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Welcome Markus, beautiful truck. I get over there quite a bit, I have a sister in law in Munich (Ismaning) another one west of there as well. Two summers ago I met a stovebolter near Stuttgart, he has a '54. Are you able to keep up on the Autobahn?
Leo

Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309411 Fri May 03 2019 05:52 PM
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Welcome Markus! That is a really nice panel you have there. It makes me think with nostalgia about the 66 full ton panel i used to own.
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Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309413 Fri May 03 2019 06:08 PM
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Welcome Markus,

You have a very nice looking '53 Chevy Panel !

You definitely found the One Stop Shop message board that will help you with your '53 Chevy Panel truck problems.
Stovebolt forums is intended for people with your type of truck.

I'm curious, how did your truck end up in Germany?


Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: 1953 panel] #1309554 Sat May 04 2019 09:20 PM
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Hi Leo, Thanks! I am in the West of Munich, in Puchheim, not far from Pasing and Aubing. With 45 mph it's no fun on the Autobahn, so I prefer little country roads :-)

Re: '53 Chevy Panel - Munich, Bavaria [Re: Panel Bavaria] #1309556 Sat May 04 2019 09:24 PM
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Thanks Xena, I just love vans and panels! nanner

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