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Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1412220 Tue Jun 01 2021 10:33 AM
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Posts: 38
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'Bolter
Another one bites the dust.

Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Fox #1412960 Mon Jun 07 2021 02:05 PM
Joined: Aug 2015
Posts: 90
'Bolter
Haha you know I am! I’ve had it in the shown state for a little while now - it’s a fun truck!!!

Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
msmall #1412961 Mon Jun 07 2021 02:08 PM
Joined: Aug 2015
Posts: 90
'Bolter
I think of it quite the opposite. This was sitting in a barn for decades, never to see the road again. It’s now back on the road, spreading the love for old Chevy trucks. This build may not be for everyone but i think we all can agree we’d rather see these trucks going down the road versus decomposing as cozy homes for mice.

Thanks for taking a look through my build!

Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1413008 Mon Jun 07 2021 06:30 PM
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....Markiemar, even though some purist may not agree with you I am with you 100% with what you say. Kind of describes my 37.


1937 Chevy Pickup [stovebolt.com]

1952 Chevy Panel [stovebolt.com]
52 Chevy Panel [photos.app.goo.gl]

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Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1413017 Mon Jun 07 2021 08:09 PM
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back yard wrench turner
I agree, keeping these old trucks on the road is more important than keeping the totally original. My 38 looks original but has a newer drive line and disc brakes. It suits me just fine.


Wayne

When I die, I hope she doesn't sell everything for what I told her I paid for it!

1938 1-Ton Farm Truck
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Re: 1939 RestoMod Pickup
Markiemark9 #1413156 Tue Jun 08 2021 06:53 PM
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Posts: 473
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'Bolter
Originally Posted by Markiemark9
I think of it quite the opposite. This was sitting in a barn for decades, never to see the road again. It’s now back on the road, spreading the love for old Chevy trucks. This build may not be for everyone but i think we all can agree we’d rather see these trucks going down the road versus decomposing as cozy homes for mice.

Thanks for taking a look through my build!

I second that. I don't think I've ever heard someone complain when one of these classics is going down the road. It's kind of hard to say "I'll bet that thing doesn't have the original coil anymore" when you're staring and your mouth is hanging open. grin


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