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Peggy M Offline OP
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Saw this post by tom moore in the General Truck Forum, as part of his exciting news about the 261 for his 1954 Chevy. He mentioned this show.

Tom sent the link from Hemmings [hemmings.com] with more info.

Hope some of the NE Bolters can connect.

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No worries, Peggy. I’ve been a day late and a dollar short most of my life. Here is the link:

https://www.hemmings.com/events/detail?listing_id=61041

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Thanks Tom. I give myself 3 minutes, 3 hours, 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months ... LOL Procrastinators mantra.


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Birthday for my wife. Not going to start that fight...........


1966 C-10 Step Side. 283, 4spd, 3.73 gear. 60K miles prior to restoration. 507 Paint Code. Currently in 10,000 pieces.
Transmission is done! Rear Suspension is done! Wheels are done! Bed bodywork is done! Soon to order a 383 crate.



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Just booked a motel for Saturday night so me and my better half will be attending. We won’t be taking our 52 though, it would make for a very long ride at 50 MPH. Hoping to meet some other North Eastern Bolters!

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Are any other North Eastern ’Bolters attending the NORTHEAST CHEVY/GMC 41ST ANNUAL CAR & TRUCK SHOW? The title shows it as August 1’st but it’s really this Sunday August 7 from 7am to 2pm.

Hoping some of us NE ‘bolters can connect!

Last edited by Phak1; Fri Aug 05 2022 12:31 PM.

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Peggy M Offline OP
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Oh. I'm confused? headscratch

Is this flyer from Hemmings [hemmings.com] not right?

The title for this post does say 8/7 ... yes?


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My bad, my phone cut the title short!


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No prob. It is a long title!

Trying to get as much pertinent info in the title that helps folks get the gist. wink


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Today, my wife and I attended the northeast Chev/GMC Truck/Car show in Hatfield MA. There was a good showing of Stovebolt’s at this event. Unfortunately the 90+ degree temps cut our time to meander short.

The best part was I met a fellow ‘bolter Tom Moore and his wife, who incidentally share the same name. It was really nice looking at all the vehicles with another ‘bolter, sharing our interests. I didn’t take allot of pictures, but this Cameo was one of my favorites.

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