. Heater and fan work good. I have put it in storage since then. The wife even helps me with this. This 1960 Chevy is a great starter truck. It needs some work to be a show truck but it has solid bones.
The tired old truck was all there and was very obviously all original accept for the radio. Other included parts are:New wood bed kit unstained pine along with stainless steel strips and bolts to finish bed. I burned nearly all the oil on the 100 mile trip to Atlantic City where I live. Standard inline 6 engine with 4 in the floor. It has a sign on it and knew this one was for me. A web site says the original saw mill closed up and the original owner retired to Ohio to raise horses.
Lights windshield wipers and blinkers work. The original radiator has been replaced with an aluminum. Always gets looks and waves when driving around town. Thankfully, it needed just a valve job and a new starter. Made getting the cab off the frame a snap.
Speedometer needle has fallen inside the dash. After overcoming the bad spot in the starter, I drove it home with a bed full of extra parts and a blue smoke screen from the 235 six. I'll post more as the process goes along. This is an amateur restoration from several years ago but it's held up pretty well. Copyright © 1995-2019 Mechanicsville, Maryland. I'm hoping to get the frame to the sandblaster and powder coater by the end of the year. Then I'll start putting her back together over the winter.
I will include a new fender panel with the sale of the truck plus many other extra parts I have. There is rust damage in the front passenger fender and rocker panel. Wow, what a thrill that was. . . . .
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