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#247788 Thu Oct 11 2007 08:31 PM
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dan42 Offline OP
New Guy
Just wanted to say hi from a newbie - I've got a couple of old chevys, but not any AD -(right now). I've had a couple of '55 1st series and might buy one I sold a few years ago back, but I kinda like being married for now, so it'll have to wait. Anyways, lookin' forward to checkin' in and chattin' a little -
Dan


'70 chev 3/4 lwb
'67 chev 1/2 swb (project
someday another '55 1st series!
#247789 Thu Oct 11 2007 08:51 PM
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Welcome Dan. I had a 55 1st panel that I'd love to get back. It was a sweet truck.


Save a life, adopt a senior shelter pet.
The three main causes of blindness: Cataracts, Politics, Religion.
Name your dog Naked so you can walk Naked in the park.
#247790 Thu Oct 11 2007 10:23 PM
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welcome, yeah i think we all probly have gotten rid of smething we'd like to have back. mine was an ol triumph that i foolishly got rid of ....dave


1949 Chevrolet 3100

"When this thing hits 88 miles an hour, you're going to see some serious sh%t." -Doc Brown
#247791 Thu Oct 11 2007 11:38 PM
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Wrench Fetcher
Welcome Dan42, I had a chance at a 55 1st panel. Like you said, I like being married. I had to sell a '40 willys coupe complete for a $500.00 house payment once. Man that hurt.


'36 Tall cab Chevy 1.5 ton, '36 Low cab Chevy 1.5 ton, '53 GMC 2 ton, '51 GMC 640 5 ton, '47 Dodge 2 ton, '42 GMC CCKW 353 6X6.
#247792 Fri Oct 12 2007 12:17 AM
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Wrench Fetcher
Welcome!

I'm new too and let me tell you.. the vast knowledge on these forums is AWEsome!


Us girls like them ol trucks too!
New Pics of my 53 Chevy:
Side: http://tinyurl.com/3xtgfa
Dash: http://tinyurl.com/2npafu
Front: http://tinyurl.com/3dhlkv


Savage
#247793 Fri Oct 12 2007 01:30 AM
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Grumpy old guy playing with trucks, cars, and boats
Welcome!


The problems we face today can not be addressed at the same level of intelligence we were at when we created them - Albert Einstein Or with the same level of $ - Me
#247794 Fri Oct 12 2007 01:41 AM
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Welcome Dan get those pictures coming.


Jim

Modern ‘science’: the wonder of a
pre-determined mind…

The ‘baseline belief’ of astronomy:
“Any day now, we’ll pick up a tiny,
coded signal from outer space. Then
we’ll know for certain that there is
intelligence out there, because coded
information does not arise by chance”

The ‘baseline belief’ of biology:
The precisely coded genetic information in
every cell would fill many books…
but we know for certain that no intelligence
could have created life.”


#247795 Fri Oct 12 2007 01:52 AM
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dan42 Offline OP
New Guy
It's gonna take me a little to figure the picture thing over here out - I'm on 67-72chevytrucks and it's just a little different to post pix, but I'll get 'em soon - thanks for the warm welcome. Looks like this is a really nice forum. Heck, Any forum that like the old chevrolet pickups is a good forum, in my book. smile


'70 chev 3/4 lwb
'67 chev 1/2 swb (project
someday another '55 1st series!
#247796 Fri Oct 12 2007 02:56 AM
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Welcome to Stovebolt.com, Dan. I'm moving your post to "The Stovebolt Dispatch". It's a new area we just opened up for introductions and announcements.

Good luck on finding another AD.


"It's just a phase. He'll grow out of it." Mama, 1964

1956 Chevy 1/2-ton 3100
1953 Chevy 6100 "The Yard dog"
1954 GMC Suburban Now with a new proud owner.
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#247797 Fri Oct 12 2007 12:47 PM
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Dan,

Yes, welcome to the site! When you are ready for those pictures, you can let us do all the work. Submit your information and pictures for the Gallery and then they'll be seen by more folks (not everyone comes to the forums) but the Gallery page is one of the top 10 hit pages on the site.

And if you have a Webshots account or something like that, include that in your write-up. We'll add your Gallery page and photo page to your signature line, so folks can always check on your truck and your progress.

wave

Peggy M


Peggy M
Bird's eye view is a bit different than the worm's ~~ and it ISN'T about food. wink
#247798 Fri Oct 12 2007 02:20 PM
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welcome to the bolt


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#247799 Sat Oct 13 2007 02:22 PM
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'Bolter
Welcome to the 'Bolt, Dan, good to have you aboard!

Possession of an AD is not required.....unless you are into relentless badgering & taunting.(just kidding!! :rolleyes: grin )

Sounds like you have a couple of neat trucks already, Dan. Looking forward to seeing some pics of them. My first truck was a '70 Chevy. cool


1948 Chevrolet 1-Ton Grain Truck
In the Stovebolt Gallery SOLD
More pix in Photobucket

"A Man & His Truck--It's a Beautiful Thing!"

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#247800 Sat Oct 13 2007 03:43 PM
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Welcome Dan42

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Welcome to the Bolt !!


Some people are like Slinkies, Their not really good for nothing... But they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down the stairs.

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1Bad51 #355329 Wed Jan 02 2008 01:23 PM
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Welcome to the Stovebolt, Dan. Great to have you here.


Terry K.

1951 5 window 1/2 ton

The only way to have a friend is to be one.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson-

27Capitol #357124 Sun Jan 06 2008 07:23 AM
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welcome dan:

when i got married for the first time i sold my 50 chev 1/2 5 window p/u, a 69 round tail alfa spider, 1982 honda 750 custom. sold them all to buy a diamond ring, what a waste of money.
got divorced and now own 4 alfa's 3 tractors, boat, 4 old chev p/u's ( 53, 55 2nd, 65 c10 & 66 c20)my better half owns a 1966 corvair 2dr 140hp coupe 4spd. just took me a second try to get it right. hopefully your honey will understand the addition.
see ya in the gallery

cheers,
burgandybolt & welcome "panel" wagon.


1947 Studebaker M15 on 76 GMC one ton dually chassis with 454 4 spd
1953 Chevrolet 1/2 ton p/u
1990 c2500 4x4 long box ext cab
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