And drive down to Wrenchfest in May. Maybe the others coming down from PA can organize a convoy to include. (Wonder if Hambone coming from NH would be part of that one??) The Southern MD group will probably convey to VA. A little "security" there for un-expected *stuff* .... Convoys are always fun.
And extra folks to help with .... P I C T U R E S .....
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First off, this is , as agreed by everyone, a very special truck. I am jealous too! And not to detract from that joy, I was wondering about the odometer. I remembered someone commenting that the last digit being out of line, shows it has turned over. I’m not putting undue scrutiny to the truck, but it just reminded me of that statement and I wonder if that is a true fact. And did I say? What a truck. Those original pine bed boards tell the story! C
1954 Chevy 3100 1963 Chevy half ton stepside short box 230 1954 GMC 3 ton 302 And several more Chevy camper and work trucks 1979 1987 1996 1931 Packard car, 327 i 8 auto Charley
My 1952 truck, a Korean War era truck was delivered to a Alabama dealer with no rear bumper, only a 2x4 attached to the truck. This was verified by a man who picked his new truck up from the same dealership on the same day. The rear bumper was then dealer installed from aftermarket. Perhaps yours is aftermarket install for your area at that time.