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1937 1/2 Ton Build
#1416516 Sat Jul 10 2021 01:47 PM
Joined: Aug 2015
Posts: 90
Hi Everyone!

Back with my latest project!

I picked up this 1937 1/2 ton out of Missouri and am eager to get it back on the road! It’s mostly original although it does have a more modern 235 straight 6 in it. I’ll be sourcing parts, leaving the exterior patina, while doing a period correct interior restoration. I’ll keep this one on the stock frame and do a bit of suspension and wheel adjusting to get the stance right.

Thanks for following along! You can also check it all out on Instagram (@HanerHausVintageWorks) or on thatanti-Americansocialmediasite (search for Haner Haus Vintage Works).

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Re: 1937 1/2 Ton Build
Markiemark9 #1417332 Sun Jul 18 2021 04:04 PM
Joined: Dec 2019
Posts: 99
Hi, Just came upon your tread about you '37 Chevy.
I have been documenting the rebuilding and modernization of a '37 GMC T-14 for several months which is a very similar truck to your '37.
You might want to scroll through my tread for ideas to incorporate into your truck. Wm.

Re: 1937 1/2 Ton Build
Markiemark9 #1417557 Tue Jul 20 2021 10:14 PM
Joined: Dec 2001
Posts: 15,532
Nice project.....but beware, a stainless grille is not cheap! Whew!

1937 Chevy Pickup []

1952 Chevy Panel []
52 Chevy Panel []

Pictures in my Photobucket []

1950 Chevy Coupe

I'd rather walk and carry a Chevy hub cap than ride in a Ferd.
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