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Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
#1362929 Sun May 31 2020 08:50 PM
Joined: Dec 2001
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Just read in the VCCA magazine of a fellow Bolter, Joe Fuchs,"6cylindersovertexas", passed away in September.

On one of our road trips Victoria and I had the opportunity to have lunch, and spend the evening, with him and his wife Rhonda. Joe was once a DJ and certainly a lover of country music, a builder, and other talents.

I first got acquainted with Joe when talking to him back in the 90's after I had acquired a 37 Chevy pickup. I had
noted that he was the technical advisor for the 37/38 pickups in the VCCA club. As a Stovebolter Joe was always willing to help anyone needing it. We enjoyed many conversations over the years.
On our visit we enjoyed seeing his 37 pickup in person. I believe he owned it about 30-40 years and I remember it once graced the cover of the VCCA magazine Generator & Distributor.

Rest in peace Joe, you will be missed by many.

Last edited by Achipmunk; Sun May 31 2020 08:54 PM. Reason: grammar

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Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1362931 Sun May 31 2020 09:06 PM
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Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1362934 Sun May 31 2020 09:15 PM
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Noticed Joe had not been around the forums for quite a spell. He will be missed. RIP


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Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1362945 Sun May 31 2020 11:04 PM
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Yes, he will be missed. He helped me too along the steep, long learning trail of many things about Art Deco Chevy trucks. RIP, Joe.

Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1362985 Mon Jun 01 2020 03:10 AM
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RIP


Another quality post.


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Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1363035 Mon Jun 01 2020 02:56 PM
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Thanks for letting us know, Alvin.


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Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1364869 Sun Jun 14 2020 02:55 PM
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RIP Joe, A long time friend via VCCA and Inliners. We never met face to face but spent many hours on the phone talking mostly our trucks etc. His 37 was a pristine work of art, detailed to the max, the motor loaded with rare speed equipment. Happy Trails Joe.


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Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1365502 Fri Jun 19 2020 12:31 AM
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Shop Shark
I never met Joe but he helped me on my first project, a 37. RIP

Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1366760 Sun Jun 28 2020 01:40 AM
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Shop Shark
I knew Joe from Inliners. What a bummer.


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Re: Joe Fuchs "6cylindersovertexas"
Achipmunk #1367374 Wed Jul 01 2020 10:58 PM
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I remember him, very helpful person on here, always sharing information.

RIP

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