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#1500466 Thu May 11 2023 04:49 PM
Joined: Dec 2022
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Howdy folks, I've been visiting and enjoying this forum for a few years but just recently signed up. I've got a '66 Chevy C10 lwb that I picked up last year that I'll be doing all types of stuff to eventually, for now I'm getting it in shape to use for the summer. Here are a few pics:

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Last edited by Peggy M; Thu May 11 2023 08:00 PM. Reason: added more info to the title
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Welcome to the 'Bolt! thumbs_up

Very nice looking '66. Looks in extremely "great" shape already for the summer, including the existing AC to keep creature comfort available.

I saw your other posts on the "What is it" question. Glad to have you aboard and looking forward to more conversations.



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Finally time to get to work on my Grandpa's (now mine) truck!
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Welcome to the 'bolt. It makes me miss my 66 GMC

Another quality post.
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Wow. What a nice looking truck. thumbs_up I bet it will be a head-turner when you're driving around this summer!! Hope you get to share some of those trips in in HERE -- The Stovebolt Driving Report.

Since you said you've been reading here a bit, I imagine you have noticed we have a 60-66 area that may like to hear from you. Some of the Bolters in the Parking Lot don't make it over here in the Welcome Centre -- dispite the coffee and donuts. ohwell

Curious: your location says Geneva ... like in Switzerland?? headscratch

Welcome to Stovebolt.

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Welcome to Stovebolt. That's a nice looking truck. thumbs_up

Originally Posted by Peggy M
Curious: your location says Geneva ... like in Switzerland?? headscratch
Peggy, I got curious too, but looking at his pics, one of them shows the truck with an Illinois license plate. Geneva, Il is just west of Chicago.

We'll have to get you hooked up with the Great Lakes Bolters smile

Last edited by klhansen; Fri May 12 2023 02:12 AM. Reason: Oops!

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Welcome to Stovebolt. Love the style as I worked at the Chevy dealership after school that year.

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Welcome to the ‘Bolt! Nice start to your project and great story and history. We would love it, if you expanded a bit on both your story/history, your goals and what you have already accomplished on restoring your truck.

And of course please post more pictures. We ‘Bolters love pictures. Again, welcome to the forums!

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