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Stovebolt driving report
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Who uses their truck as a truck - 2021 and later

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#360907 Tue Jan 15 2008 08:37 AM
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New Guy
hello fellow stovebolters thank you for welcoming me to this wonderful site. first i am a true bowtie guy everything ive owned has been just that "a chevy" 22 to be exact. but i just recently lost my stovebolt virginity too a beautiful 71 chev cheyenne 3/4 c-20 and she s gonna be restored back to original factory condition. two tone wht/blue with chevys baby blue interior which fortunatley is in almost new like condition, bench seat door skins roof liner. i have the full trim package, frt disc, factory a/c and a solid body and chassis tolighten the work load. powered by 350sb4bolt and my choice of 3spd350 or 4 spdth700hmmmmm maybe if i rod it but i ll keep an open mind. well pics well be up soon and well see the transition take place

steeves1971 #360961 Tue Jan 15 2008 03:15 PM
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Sounds like a sweet find. Best of luck with it.


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TruckNut #361760 Thu Jan 17 2008 05:30 AM
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Sounds Cool ! Welcome to the Bolt !


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1Bad51 #367745 Wed Jan 30 2008 12:24 AM
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Lookin' forward to the pics!

Great to have you aboard!


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