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1954 1/2 ton *
#813795 Fri Jan 06 2012 06:08 AM
Joined: Sep 2011
Posts: 351
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I purchased the truck from Washington State near Seattle, and drove it home on the I5. Great daily driver/project. photobucket

Last edited by J Lucas; Wed Aug 08 2012 12:05 AM.
Re: 1954 1/2 ton
54John3100 #813812 Fri Jan 06 2012 07:12 AM
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Posts: 453
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Welcome John to the Bolt... Your 54 is in pretty good condition... And you even got to drive it home !!!

1954 Chevy 3104 3 Window Hydra-Matic in my family for over 60 Years

Once in a while you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right... "Scarlet Begonias" Grateful Dead 1974

Re: 1954 1/2 ton
healingbear #813881 Fri Jan 06 2012 03:53 PM
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Congratulations on the truck! Looks pretty solid.


'47 Loadmaster

Life is like a roll of toilet paper--the closer you get to the end, the faster it goes!

Re: 1954 1/2 ton
54John3100 #918889 Sun Feb 10 2013 06:00 PM
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This truck is pretty cool! Got him in the Gallery now.

Good story.


Re: 1954 1/2 ton
54John3100 #919961 Fri Feb 15 2013 04:46 AM
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Posts: 231
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Nice truck! And a great father/son (family) project! Usually I believe the child (correction: Young Man) should listen to the parent! In this case, listen to him, keep it as original as you can!!! I consider it a rare experiance when I run across, meet, or hear of, a young person with the "original" way of thinking in his/her head!!!! I bet (know) your proud of him! Congrats, on your father/son/truck project!

Frank in Iowa

1955 Second Series Chevrolet Shortbox NAPCO with a Rockwell Transfer Case
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