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Re: Stovebolt driving report
johntsmith #836887 Tue Mar 20 2012 01:49 PM
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K
Wrench Fetcher
Started up Matilda on Saturday for the first time since December. Fired right up and ran great. Went to Lowes and loaded her down with bags of mulch. Right now she has several bags of lawn debris loaded up ready to go to the landfill. Love the looks and waves that I get when people see the truck doing what she was made to do. I do need to watch the winter dirt off her though.

Re: Stovebolt driving report
tclederman #836896 Tue Mar 20 2012 02:22 PM
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 847
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Shop Shark
Tim,

Yeah, my old burb is a bit of a time machine from when I got her in '73. Little more rust, few more dents. Same amount of paint more or less.

I put a piece of plywood under the drivers area so my feet wouldn't go through the floor. Still there, same piece.

Kurt

Re: Stovebolt driving report
Kurt_51carryall #836977 Tue Mar 20 2012 06:08 PM
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Mine doesn't leak through the floor, it comes through the windshield seal. Not so bad while driving as we can keep our feet out of the drips. But at a stop I get my left leg soaked because of the drip above the clutch pedal. I love adventure.


"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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Re: Stovebolt driving report
Coachie #837063 Tue Mar 20 2012 11:31 PM
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Posts: 72
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Wrench Fetcher
Daughters coming home from college for a few days during spring break. Her one request while home was to be able to drive the '50 around a little. Looking forward to that. Taught her to drive a standard in this truck, she loves it. cool

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hapydirty #837087 Wed Mar 21 2012 01:33 AM
Joined: Feb 2002
Posts: 3,001
Socket Breaker

hapydirty -ya musta raised her right then. grin

-W

Re: Stovebolt driving report
Woogeroo #837376 Wed Mar 21 2012 09:19 PM
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Posts: 4,940
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'Bolter
First drive of the year. Went to price a job with it. Since I did all the insulation and front rubber mat over this winter, it's way way quieter. It feels so good driving this old truck, still a novelty for me but very enjoyable.

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Leo #837540 Thu Mar 22 2012 03:49 AM
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Drive Cecil to the Union hall down south today. About a 70 mile round trip. I love the looks it gets on the interstate during rush hour. The gals at the hall seemed to love it too.

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Kurt_51carryall #838048 Sat Mar 24 2012 12:23 AM
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'Bolter
Originally Posted by Kurt_51carryall
...rainwater shooting up through the holes in the floor...

Kurt

At least the water has a place to run back out! grin


Rich

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1947 Chev. Loadmaster

1959 Chev. Viking 40

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Re: Stovebolt driving report
Rich'sToys #838426 Sun Mar 25 2012 05:50 AM
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I rode out a little over 50 miles one way to a car show... and it was going real well until it rained about half way through.

Met up with a few folks and had some laughs.

Then rode it back home, no problems other than the not so great windshield wipers on my '65 c10.

-W

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Woogeroo #838574 Sun Mar 25 2012 10:41 PM
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We drove the burb to the first Parker County Cruisers dinner cruise of the season Friday evening. Skinny's burger joint in Weatherford. Had a real nice visit with fellow club members.


"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
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