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#349652 Mon Dec 17 2007 03:37 AM
Joined: Dec 2007
Posts: 16
S
Apprentice
Hello All
I'm a newbie to this group! Wanted to intro myself.
Been playng with old trucks and cars since I was a kid. Have had several Rod's and a few stockers over the years.
2 years ago I picked up a 41 Chevy 3/4 ton truck. Has the 216, 4 speed, flatbed. Been trying to get it roadworthy since I brought it home. Rewired the whole truck, added turn signals, tuned the engine, almost have the interior completed.
Still alot of work yet to get her on the road. Brakes, newer rearend, modern 4 speed, Ect.
Have a good 261 waiting to replace the 216.
This truck is fairly stock but with a few add ons. 30 gallon drum tank, 51 Nash taillights, Bullet front marker/turn lights, 30 Pontiac front bumper, 20 something Dodge rear bumper, Spot light and fog lights. Still wearing several different colors of barn paint, yet the truck is super solid and purrs good.

So just wanted to say hello and hope I can contribute some of my advice and ideas when needed! Great site and from what I can tell some good people on here!
Happy Holidays all!

Steves41 #349657 Mon Dec 17 2007 03:49 AM
Joined: May 2001
Posts: 8,386
Extreme Gabster
Hi Steve's 41, Welcome to Stovebolt.com. I moved your introduction post from "General Truck Talk" to "Stovebolt Dispatch". That is the forum for introductions and announcements.

Feel free to post general truck questions in General Truck Talk or questions of a specific area of interest in one of the more specific forums. (ie: Engine & Driveline, Electrical Bay, etc.) For off topic stuff, visit The Greasy Spoon.

Cletis,
Moderator
General Truck Talk



"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.
My TRUCKS website
Cletis #349731 Mon Dec 17 2007 01:52 PM
Joined: Apr 2004
Posts: 4,317
'Bolter
Yea, welcome Steve. We are still "moving furniture" a bit around in the forums. Our Restoration area is all pretty good but the rest still isn't quite right. But we are trying to keep the resto area for all questions / answers about trucks.

But we have a friendly bunch who like to help with other stuff, too. Hence the Spoon, IT shortbus, Dispatch, etc.

So, glad to have you.

Peggy M


Peggy M
Bird's eye view is a bit different than the worm's ~~ and it ISN'T about food. wink
Peggy M #349757 Mon Dec 17 2007 03:55 PM
Joined: Dec 2005
Posts: 1,027
M
'Bolter
Welcome aboard! Sounds like you have a good project on your hands. Keep us posted.


Robert C.
If it's true what they say, "You learn from your mistakes,"
I'm a Genius in the making.

1950 3600 [flickr.com]
Joined: Jun 2006
Posts: 875
A
'Bolter
Good to have you here, Steve! Maybe shoot us some pictures when you have a moment or two.


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a.d.-hawk #355241 Wed Jan 02 2008 04:42 AM
Joined: Nov 2006
Posts: 696
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Welcome to the BOLT !! Pics...we like Pics!!


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1Bad51 #355284 Wed Jan 02 2008 06:43 AM
Joined: Nov 2004
Posts: 2,513
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Workshop Owner
Hey Steve, welcome to the "Bolt".

John



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1959 Chevy Apache 31 Fleetside
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J Lucas #355325 Wed Jan 02 2008 01:13 PM
Joined: Feb 2006
Posts: 373
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Welcome to the Bolt, Steve. Glad to have you.


Terry K.

1951 5 window 1/2 ton

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


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