I own the following three GM vehicles. 1934 Chevy 1½ ton short wheelbase flat bed with single rear wheels, drop sides and stake sides (long term restoration project) 1944 CMP Chevy C15A. (Restored in 1999 with 292 cu in L6 fitted) 1953 GMC ½ ton pickup. ( Unrestored vehicle. I bought it in 2006 with 23k miles from new. I have replaced the brake drums which were distorted, resleeved all wheel cylinders and master cylinder with stainless steel, replaced the brake flex hoses, had the radiator re-cored, replaced all rubber bushes and fitted hardened exhaust valve seats. The paintwork, upholstery and pretty much everything else is original. It had been converted to 12V with an alternator just before I rescued it. The vehicle was stored in a shed from 1976 until 2005 when the one and only previous owner died. He had been bed ridden for almost three decades.)
I look forward to finding out more about the origins of these right hand drive survivors.
Louis, welcome to Stovebolt and your history. Sounds like your a true dyed in the wool GM man. Congratulations. Any questions you may have be sure to ask them in the garage forums for answers. Thanks for sharing, see you around the garage.
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