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Ray P W
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06-11-19 07:51 AM - Post#2768219    

Do any of you guys have 1930s era Chevy pickups? Mine is a '36 and I've had it since 1965.

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Tony
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06-11-19 08:07 AM - Post#2768221    

Very pretty.
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Ray P W
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06-11-19 09:32 AM - Post#2768232    

Thanks for that nice compliment Tony. I’ve really benefited from adopting that ’36 when I was a 20 year old college kid. It gave me a reason to learn a lot of mechanical stuff, wood working to make the cab frame, metal straightening without bondo and painting.

Its garage mate is a sbc powered '32 Ford roadster. Because I have both a street rod and a restored antique I read your forum with interest. My wife and I try to do a picnic lunch at a local park once a week, alternating between the ’36 and the roadster weather permitting.

If there are any others on the forum with vintage tin like my ’36 I’d like to meet them.

iceteacharlie
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10-21-19 04:42 AM - Post#2778384    

I'm building a 1930 1.5 ton flatbed. Definitely not going to be a restored antique though.

Disc brake conversion, updated drive-line (to include lighter springs in the back for a massively smoother ride), very unique body mods, etc, etc... It will be replacing my '58 1/2 ton as my highway trailer puller.

Love the old stuff.
Iceteacharlie
'58 Chevy Truck

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