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Re: Not Stovebolt worthy, yet.
STPETEBLUE #1330799 Tue Oct 22 2019 08:01 PM
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Welcome. Trucks like that are really cool. Good luck!


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Re: Not Stovebolt worthy, yet.
STPETEBLUE #1330801 Tue Oct 22 2019 08:16 PM
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Welcome to the Stovebolt. The journey is worth the trip! go for it.......see you around the garage.


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Re: Not Stovebolt worthy, yet.
Achipmunk #1330947 Wed Oct 23 2019 11:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Rich'sToys
Welcome aboard! You would not be the first one to attempt such a project. Keep us posted on your search.

Thank you, Rich. Once I find a truck, I'm hoping to find someone on here that has done it, to pick their brain.

Originally Posted by TUTS 59
Welcome to the site, be sure to check in at the Southern Bolters forum.

Thanks, Craig. I saw the forum. Haven't checked it out, yet.

Originally Posted by Frank50
Welcome. Trucks like that are really cool. Good luck!

Thanks. I have loved big trucks since I was a kid (a long time ago). The bigger, the better.

Originally Posted by Achipmunk
Welcome to the Stovebolt. The journey is worth the trip! go for it.......see you around the garage.

Thank you. I feel like this is a great group.


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Daily Driver: 2005 Silverado 3500 Dually 6.6L LLY/Allison 5 Speed
Project Truck: 1969 C50 Farm Truck 292c.i. w/SM465 tranny and 2-speed rear
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