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'Bolter
Hallo zusammen,

Sind hier noch andere deutsche verrückte Stovebolter?
Ich hab mir nen 1949 GMC 9300 mit 235 cui gekauft.
Wollte eigentlich keine full resto machen,aber wie das so is: machst eine Baustelle auf kommt die nächste und so seiter.
Nun steh ich da mit sandgestrahltem Rahmen und gefühlt 1000 Teilen die wieder irgendwie zusammen gehören.
Ich sag Euch: das wird ne Herausforderung, ich habe respekt davor aber keine Angst.
Also Meldet Euch wenn ihr auch Projekte am laufen habt.
Claus


Translated by baldeagle:

Hello, everyone,

Any other German crazy stovebolters here?

I bought a 1949 GMC 9300 with 235 cui. Didn't really want to do a full resto, but that's the way it is: you open a construction site, the next one comes and so on.

Now I'm standing there with a sandblasted frame and what feels like 1000 parts that somehow belong together again. I'll tell you: it's going to be a challenge, I respect it but I'm not afraid.

So get in touch if you also have projects running.

Claus

Last edited by Peggy M; Wed May 10 2023 11:09 PM. Reason: added more info to the title
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Originally Posted by Hillracer
Hallo zusammen,

Sind hier noch andere deutsche verrückte Stovebolter?

Claus

Yup - greetings from Augsburg :-)

If you need something, drop me a line.

Frank

Joined: Apr 2022
Posts: 8
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'Bolter
Servus Frank.
Was fährst du für n US car?
Ich habe nen F150 von 1984 und ne full resto Chevrolet 3100 von 49. Dazu hätte ich einige Fragen.
Meld dich mal wennst magst.
Grüße aus Plattling
Claus
Evtl auch über WhatsApp

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Translated by Gdads51:

Hello Frank.

What do you drive for a US car? I have a F150 from 1984 and a full resto Chevrolet 3100 from 49. I have a few questions about this.
Sign up if you like. Greetings from Plattling.

Claus

Possibly also via WhatsApp

Last edited by Peggy M; Wed May 10 2023 11:11 PM.
Joined: Nov 2021
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'Bolter
Servus alle zusammen,

jepp, es gibt noch mehr verrückte Stevebolter und Schrauber, die alte US Klassiker lieben.

Ich heiße Brian und komme aus dem Rhein-Main Gebiet.
Ich durchforste das Forum schon seit November 2021 und habe hier die besten Tipps bekommen.
Die Leute hier im Forum haben unheimlich viel Fachwissen und sind sehr hilfsbereit.

Ich selbst habe einen Chevrolet C60 Firetruck, 6.0 L, 366 CUI, Baujahr 1966.
Die komplette Technik ist neu, Bremse, Elektrik, Kraftstoff, Licht, einfach alles.
Es ist ein Event Truck.
Bilder findet hier auf unserer Homepage:

www.bäms.com

Und zur Zeit arbeite ich an einer Frame-off Restaurierung eines Chevrolet C10, Stepside, Baujahr 1970.
Wenn man einmal anfängt die Karre zu zerlegen, kommen soviele Baustellen zusammen... Es macht dann einfach Sinn, alles wieder herzurichten.

Viel Spaß beim Schrauben und fahren.

Gruß Brian



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Translated by Phak1:



Hello everyone, everyone,

Yep, there are even more crazy Stovebolters and screwdrivers who love old US classics.

My name is Brian and I come from the Rhine-Main area. I have been scouring the forum since November 2021 and got the best tips here. The people here in the forum have a lot of expertise and are very helpful.

I myself have a Chevrolet C60 Firetruck, 6.0 L, 366 CUI, built in 1966. The complete technology is new, brake, electrics, fuel, light, just everything. It's an event truck.

Pictures can be found here on our homepage: bäms.com [baems-atempause.de]

And I am currently working on a frame-off restoration of a Chevrolet C10, Stepside, built in 1970. Once you start to disassemble the cart, so many construction sites come together... It then simply makes sense to restore everything.

Have fun screwing and driving.

Greetings,
Brian

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Last edited by Peggy M; Wed May 10 2023 11:16 PM.
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Glad you are keeping the dream alive I’m having a holiday in the USA meeting Stovebolt people that is good as well


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