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  1. Hello fellow enthusiasts, This little truck was originally born in Michigan where it sat in a barn for nearly 20 years until the owner purchased it, sight unseen, at a flea market. He kept it for 10 years and got it running and driving with plans to do a full restoration. The family ended up moving from Michigan to Kyle, TX and he took the '53 with him and it has been sitting in the pasture behind his ranch house for about 9 months. I know what your thinking, that it being from the North that it is probably a rust bucket, but you would be surprised as the this old Chevy is as solid as a rock!
  2. [ATTACH=CONFIG]207522[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]207523[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]207524[/ATTACH] Here is a nice 1929 chevy truck no title, comes with both doors and a wood box on the back. The truck is located in newton ks. It has a straight 6 motor, does not have dual wheels. If interested sent a private message and I will give contact info thanks
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