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Username Post: 1935 Chevy 1 1/2 ton truck        (Topic#356827)
mleidich 
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06-15-19 07:47 AM - Post#2768503    

Does anyone know where I can get wood frame patterns for a 1935 1 1/2 ton truck so that i can make the wood pieces?



Edited by mleidich on 06-15-19 07:49 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 


Keroppi 
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06-16-19 09:16 PM - Post#2768617    
    In response to mleidich

  • mleidich Said:
Does anyone know where I can get wood frame patterns for a 1935 1 1/2 ton truck so that i can make the wood pieces?


I'm guessing it would help if you mention what pieces you're trying to reproduce. The '34-'36 has a lot of wood, even the cab has quite a bit of wood in it, as does the bed and possibly the stake siding. Can we buy a vowel on what you're trying to reproduce?

Alan
"Keroppi" - 1946 Chevy 1/2 Ton Pickup


 
Ray P W 
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06-17-19 05:19 AM - Post#2768640    
    In response to Keroppi

miedich,

I had a complete dimensioned drawing of all the cab wood and gave it to a guy in VCCA a few years ago. If you post your question there he may be done with the drawing and pass it along to you.

When I made the wood parts for my '36 high cab I used the old pieces as patterns. Some of the wood is simple flat pieces but some in the door areas is complicated and required some band saw and shaper work.

I made my own because of horror stories about ill fitting wood "kits" I'd heard and read.

Ray W



 
Keroppi 
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06-24-19 10:35 AM - Post#2769157    
    In response to Ray P W

Ray,

Unfortunately it seems we've lost mleidich on this thread.

I think he's got the right guy with you chiming in on this thread.

Too bad you gave those drawings to the knitting group, but certainly those folks will take care of them, cherish them, package them in plastic, and preserve them for the next century...so they should be safe...as long as they will share...some of those folks might not want to share unless someone is in the "knitting club", let's hope that is not the case here.

Alan
"Keroppi" - 1946 Chevy 1/2 Ton Pickup


Edited by Keroppi on 06-24-19 10:35 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Ray P W 
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06-26-19 02:05 PM - Post#2769316    
    In response to Keroppi

"Ray,

Unfortunately it seems we've lost mleidich on this thread."

Hi Alan,

It's pretty common on these car/truck forums for guys who post questions to not even have the courtesy to say "Thanks" when someone offers help to them. That appears to be the case here.

Ray W



 
Keroppi 
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06-26-19 08:46 PM - Post#2769337    
    In response to Ray P W

  • Ray P W Said:
It's pretty common on these car/truck forums for guys who post questions to not even have the courtesy to say "Thanks" when someone offers help to them. That appears to be the case here.


Certainly some of that goes on, but I think some people go around looking for info and probably can't remember where they posted, or go off getting info at another forum...I don't think they do it intentionally. In most cases, people are pretty nice that I've met online.

Having seen your truck not too long ago and seeing the year of this thread one behind yours, I figure he must have been talking about the cab, or what boaters would call brightwork. That looks like a LOT of work to do right...

Alan
"Keroppi" - 1946 Chevy 1/2 Ton Pickup


 


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