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The 59 Pickup is done after 2 yrs..Take a look. *
#522045 Sat Mar 28 2009 11:12 PM
Joined: Jan 2007
Posts: 199
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My 59 is mostly done after 2 years of work. I rescued her from southern Colorado where she worked hard for years as a ranch truck. Now she gets all dressed up and gets nice easy rides in the country. Original 235 and SM420 were rebuilt and she runs like new. Did a little woodworkin to keep her in the vintage work truck look. Put a fancy cameo seat cover on her and added some chrome. Most of the resoration parts are from the vendors we support and use. Got lots of help and advice on this great Stovebolt site! Love this old truck! Enjoy and let me know if you like it. Appreciate the help. Ralph

Last edited by J Lucas; Mon Mar 30 2009 05:32 AM.

Rasman 1971 Chevy C10 stock 260 6 cyl 3 on the tree manual everything.
1959 Chevy 1/2-Ton []

Re: The 59 Pickup is done after 2 yrs.... Take a look.
rasman57 #522107 Sun Mar 29 2009 02:43 AM
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rasman57: That is a nice job. Your efforts certainly show. I have always had a soft spot for those dual headlights.

Now, start planning to come to the Annual Stovebolt Reunion in Kansas the first week in Sept.!! Thanks for the pictures.

1937 Chevy Pickup []

1952 Chevy Panel []
52 Chevy Panel []

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1950 Chevy Coupe

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