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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Big Dad, Oct 3, 2009.
lettering is pre 1955--says ford spare parts in french
you could post that on the european deuce thread
european deuce thread .https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/the-european-deuce-thread.970652/page-51#post-14020809
My wife and I like getting out when we can, although we are in the most susceptible category for the pandemic. But, going for short drives to the ocean always makes life seem a little less awful. The calm, blue ocean and wave action tells us that life and society will move on despite some setbacks we have not experienced before.
One day, we saw a cool Chevy truck parked by the side of the road. It had a nice stance and looked to be recently returned from a stint at the local tire shop. The So Cal Tire Shops are plentiful, but Tucker Tire in Laguna Niguel and Fonseca's Tire Shop/Auto Repair in san clemente, have been around for many, many years of quality service. Experienced from each other...two of the best shops...IOHO
So, either the current owner is a transplant from Bend, OR, now living in So Cal. Or, he bought the cool truck from someone in Bend, OR. Any PNW or Oregon folks know anything about the history of the truck or perhaps the business of the former owner? Something about “Sea Stacks?”
My Austin gasser.
Waiting on the guy who will be lettering the body on my current '39 Chev project.
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