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#510095 Wed Feb 25 2009 03:12 AM
Joined: Feb 2009
Posts: 21
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Apprentice
hey everyone, i am new to the inline engine, but have some experience with older 60's chevy trucks. i just bought a 62 c10 in december, and i have spent some time going through and updating and cleaning a number of things on my truck. beyond that, i hope to keep her running till i cant hold my ratchet any longer. (hopefully, that's a long way off)

since i am relatively new to inlines, but know engines in general(i mean how they operate) i might post retarded questions, so please bear with me. either way, hope to hear much wisdom!

Last edited by J Lucas; Fri Feb 27 2009 04:59 AM.
Joined: Dec 2001
Posts: 15,903
'Bolter
hombremosqa, since your a photographer how about a picture or two smile

Welcome to the bolt. There is no stupid questions around here. Just fire away. Try to get them in the correct forum to get more responses.

I've also noted a couple others from your state has joined up recently. That is good for the hobby and nice to have a classy truck that will always be in style! Enjoy your stay and let us knwo how we can help.


1937 Chevy Pickup [stovebolt.com]

1952 Chevy Panel [stovebolt.com]
1952 Chevy Panel [photos.app.goo.gl]

1950 Chevy Coupe
[photos.google.com]



I'd rather walk and carry a Chevy hub cap than ride in a Ferd.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you smile
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Posts: 5,070
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'Bolter
Welcome, hombremosqa. Hope you like it here, I'm sure you will. So, what engine do you have? 235?

Leo #510239 Wed Feb 25 2009 06:32 AM
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Posts: 21
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Apprentice
yes indeed, running that 235. sorry about the pics. its been a long day and my brain is tired.

so here are some pictures from when i just purchased the truck, i have yet to take some newer pictures, but i will get them soon enough.

in the meantime, enjoy these!
picutre 1
picture 2
picture 3
picture 4
picture 5
picture6
and the compulsory picture of my last ride,
my beloved 1971 Bel-air. 350 V8.

BTW, if anyone know of it's current whereabouts, let me know. it was last sold in salt lake.
picture7

Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 4,289
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Shop Shark
Hi hombremosqa, welcome.

Nice truck BTW, plenty of good info here! Pssst,just a tip try to post pics as a link.(See the image posting policy)

Nice Bel-air too are the wheels Budniks?.

Jock thumbs_up



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
In the Stovebolt Gallery
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Joined: Dec 2008
Posts: 37
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New Guy
Hey hombremosqa
Believe me can't have any worst questions that I have had - these guys are great with their time and answers.
Dennis


Dennis
1941 Chevrolet / American LaFrance Pumper
Story in the Gallery
More photos in Photobucket
Joined: Feb 2009
Posts: 21
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Apprentice
oops! sorry about that. i have a hard time breaking that html habit!

i dunno, dennis, i would rival ya

jock, no those are eagle alloys 212's. not bad for free eh? got them off an insurance job that came through my brother's wreckin yard. i loved that car. biggest regret sellin that car. was in the family since the 88 or so. we were the second owner.


now its up to me to create some family history with my truck.

Joined: Feb 2009
Posts: 54
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Wrench Fetcher
Hey welcome.
I just joined too.
I am from Spanish Fork UT. I have the older ones but that is a nice looking truck.
have fun with it.


I am just here to learn, and to meet like minded people.
Joined: Feb 2009
Posts: 21
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Apprentice
older what?

Joined: Feb 2000
Posts: 364
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Shop Shark
Are you sure your motor's a 235...'62 was the 1st year for the 250ci.


Steve G.
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1942 Chevrolet 1/2-Ton Pickup Truck

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