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About Stevezilla

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  • Birthday 11/26/1990
  1. Here are some pictures of requested information. The first is the general car model numbers. Second is the engine stamp. Third is the battery compartment.
  2. Here are a few more pictures. Interior pictures as well as some more motor pictures looking a little further into the compartment and one from the back. I appreciate all the information and advice so far. I will get a hold of the model numbers soon.
  3. I'm a little unsure about how the image up loader works in this site but here we are. The one window with tape does have all the parts needed to seal it but he just does not have the arm strength anymore to finish it.
  4. Hello, I am new to this forum and really quite new to the classic car world but I've been looking at a 1939 Chevy 4 door sedan with 60-61 thousand miles on it. It's had 3 owners total and almost all the parts on it are original including the tires. The engine itself will crank but it needs to be re-timed. The interior is in great shape. Some rust from age and the outside does have quite a few smaller rust spots as well. There are some minor dents to the body but no considerable damage. As of two years ago it was street drive-able but the owner is older and hasn't had it our of the garage since
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