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(wot)Need some help finding a truck(yeah not 02 related but

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SO Ive noticed this group is good at locating old piles of crap. I am looking for a 1947-1953 chevy Pick-up. I dont car how it looks, all I want is the cab, glass, and bed. Does anyone know of good sorces to check for such a project? Ive checked nickle ads, local papers, and Craigslist. If anyone else has any ideas could you please pass them on?

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Andy Rattley

(Leaving the 2002 scean for a while, But I will be back.)

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But it's in Ventura, Ca....I'm sure over time and alot of looking you could find a nice dry one in Eastern Oregon, I remember seeing alot of old iron up that way a few yrs back. Old trucks are great I am partial to dodge's and international's from late thirties to late fourties. Good luck on your hunt!

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Send a message to this list asking for subscribe info. It's all about 47-53 Chevy trucks.

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vince

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yeah, I like the pre-war era trucks, but I know I cant afford to find one in good shape

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Andy

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he had it on ebay last year and dont know if it sold. i drive it: fun, old work truck, but no rust and all the cool stuff. i will ask him if he still has it. is that too far, and too much truck for what you want. it is a runner- not a pile of parts.

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