The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by G V Gordon, Sep 16, 2016.
Interesting, did not know that, pic of my 52 GMC in lake huron.
Advance Design, http://www.stovebolt.com/techtips/identification/Advance Design/Advance Design Spotting Guide/
Cosmo thanks for the link, I new about AD advance design it was the ND new design GMC that I never heard about.
here's mine, looking all sad
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GM sandwich, my 52 on the left philthy phils 53 on the right and my 31 centre.
I'll add mine
48 Stude........nice workmanship, especially the dash install/mods. Is that a '61/'64 era Chevy passenger car panel?
Thanks, I appreciate that. You have a good eye! 64 Chevy . Bill
That style dash is actually 63/64. The 61/62s had a different design.
Just put on a new visor.
Diggin this thread back up! Gotta be some more AD's out there!
It would be nice to see a few more.
My 52 GMC, soaking up some Bonneville salt:
Don't know if it was beefed up or not or how many they destroyed making the movie but they sure put this rig through hell. I'm not a great fan of the movie but I always enjoy watching the chase scenes.
Here's one I did a few years back...
Nice Rick,How much is yours chopped,Lucky
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Mine is chopped 1-1/2"
Built this for my wife - cancer took her before it was finished.
Here are two that I have owned. I hope there's another in the future.
We sure had fun in "Blue Heaven" didn't we brother. I wonder how it would have matched up with my was junk on the dragstrip? I took that photo of you on the salt in the black truck. I remember Sumner telling us to hurry up, that there would be lots of time to take photos. That photo is one of my favorites. The sunrise on the salt is the best time to be there.
As a side note, I am doing the spring maintenance on WZ JUNK today, my AD truck. Changing the oil, greasing, and checking all the bolts. Getting ready for its 29th year.
..a few of my older ones...
Here's mine. One of the last,a 1955,(prototype HHR) LOL
Just a thought, Stovebolt is having their home coming meet in Hughesville MD at the end of April. I have heard a lot of good things about this meet. If you live in the vicinity it will be worth the drive.
Shamus, my heart goes out to ya. Its a beautiful truck and I'm sure she would be proud.
I miss mine a lot.
before / after...
Here's the ol' 3800 work truck
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