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#427523 Sat Jun 28 2008 03:43 PM
Joined: Jun 2008
Posts: 1,455
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Just wanted to stop and say hi. I have been enjoying reading here for a few weeks now. I just bought a 1949 Chev 1-ton. I'll post some pics, but only after I wash it... Never have I had so much fun driving to work. I heard that there is a parts place in Vancouver BC, for weatherstripping and such, but I'll be darned if I can find it on the 'olde interweb. So, Howdy Y'all.\

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Joined: Feb 2008
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Nice to have you on the 'Bolt! thumbs_up thumbs_up

David Colter
pics * 1954 wrecker * 1948 Chevy 1-Ton
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Joined: Feb 2002
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Cruising in the Passing Lane
howdy back Chris, from the Comox Valley grin and welcome to the shop .... we don't mind dirty trucks, but we do like pictures!

probably the place you've heard of is the Old Car Centre in Langley, good folks with fair prices


Moved over to the Passing Lane

"When we tug a single thing in nature, we find it attached to the rest of the world" ~ John Muir
"When we tug a single thing on an old truck, we find it falls off" ~ me
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Joined: Mar 2008
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Welcome Mr.Lang, I'm sure you'll find all the info you'll ever need. There are plenty of parts vendors in the links section who can cater for your every need!
P.S. Lang is a 'guid' Scots name! thumbs_up

Last edited by jockbolter50; Tue Jul 01 2008 07:32 AM.

I've definately got this truck thing in my blood ... my DNA sequence has torque settings

"Of all the small nations of this earth,perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind" Winston Churchill.

1950 Chevy Advance Design 3100 in Scotland
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Welcome to the ' bolt. This is a great source of information and help !. As for parts, there are a few Canadian sources, and many more in the US. Best place for rubber parts is Steele Rubber products. Their stuff is good quality and fits unlike some of rhe other suppliers.

1940 Chevy KC 1/2-Ton
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