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58chevyguy  - July 3, 2010
Happy restoration!
junkyardmustang  - May 20, 2010
that's a great story i'm 13 years old me and my dad had the same story justabout with a old22r toyota ....
corvetteali  - February 16, 2009
That is an awesome story dale! Can't wait to hear more about you and your son's progress. I wish you the best of times.
dale  - February 16, 2009
I brought this truck out of the shop and cleaned it up a little this summer in preparation to start a restoration on it. My 12 year old son fell in love with it and now thinks he needs to inherit it. (It was the first time he had ever seen the whole truck. Even though he had walked past it, going in and out of the shop, almost every day of his life.) I told him if he wanted to inherit it then he had to help restore it. He is really excited to get started on it.
oldtimerider  - July 27, 2008
These are called art deco years 1941-1946 and a few real early 47.I like other years better but these are ok by me.The paint is perfect on this one.Love the old look.My 37 chevy pu has the same paint as when I got it in 77.50/50 on people at meets that say"when are you going to paint it? or I would not change a thing".We all are sure not alike.
buddyhollysedselgirl  - July 24, 2008
These are sooo creepy looking to me for some reason-like something out of a nightmare!
55pickup  - July 23, 2008
Alright....thats awesome...nice to hear its being kept in the family and being restored...nice one...cheers!
johnnyray  - March 19, 2008
Very glad to hear it's being restored. Doesn't look like it would take alot. These are cool no matter what shape they're in.
devonflood  - October 31, 2007
These Trucks are so cool
panelguy  - September 29, 2007
40 or 41...?
panelguy  - September 3, 2007
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