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She needs a "Ton"😏of work however she came with all new front clip sheet metal in pretty good shape. I was told she was a Crummie which is why she's long with X-tra windows. Has anyone seen one like this before ?
She's a C-30 with a V-8

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Welcome to the garage Dexstar!.
I have to ask though, what is a Crummie?

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Nice find. thumbs_up

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Welcome aboard! What year truck did your rims come off of ? They look really good on your truck!

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That's a cool truck, looks like it would be fun to drive. Can't wait to see some more photos.

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I (websearch) searched panel truck crummie and this is where it took me.

Stovebolt post 6/28/2006 by Tri5Trucking

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When I was a kid, the logggers and tree planters refered to vans, suburbans, and 4 door pickups as "crummies". To me it meant whatever hauled the crew around.

How sweet it is. grin

A very unique find. thumbs_up Welcome to the "Bolt"

John

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Originally Posted by 2-Ton
Welcome to the garage Dexstar!.
I have to ask though, what is a Crummie?

Don

Short for "crew crummie"

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(informal, British Columbia and U.S. Pacific Northwest) Small van, bus, or railway car used to transport loggers or other resource workers to and from the worksite. A common term when referring to a vehicle with a compartment separate from the cab, housing the silvicultural, logging or mining crew during transport.

Logging companies could be a good source for pristine pickup boxes. They would remove the box from a brand new pickup and install a crummie cabin in it's place. The unused boxes were stacked up in the yard.

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Thanks for the definition! Growing up in the Midwest, I had never heard that slang before.
Looks like a fun project.

Don


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1967 GMC 9500 Fire Ladder Truck
"The Flag Pole"
In the Stovebolt Gallery [stovebolt.com]
More pix on Photobucket [s893.photobucket.com]
'46 2-Ton grain truck
'48 3/4-ton grain truck
'50 2-ton flatbed
'54 Pontiac Straight Eight
'70 American LaFrance pumper fire truck.
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