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  • My 1930 Model A pickup when I first got it home.

    this is what my truck looked like when I first got it in about 2013 cab and box 005.JPGcab and box 004.JPG

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    the rest of it cab and box 007.JPG

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    • Mitch
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      An amazing restoration

      That's definitely one that was saved

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    Hey George, in that third picture under the left side of your truck, is that a drain or you have live steam running around your yard?
    You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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    • George Miller
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      It is a drain for the drive way. The drive way goes up hill both ways from the drain.

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    cab and box 011.JPG Aa
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    • #5
      pictures a short time later. I had the engine rear end and transmission already.

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      • #6
        AMAZING, George,
        I always wanted a RED/BLACK truck, but with full leg braces, I couldn't FIT!
        My Son Gregg (RIP) was 6' 6 1/2"---I built a '68 Datsun PU & padded the whole interior with TUCK & ROLL. Gregg made some quick pop out pins for the seatback & would pop it out, when he drove my truck!
        I used a '79 Mustang 2800 V-6, with C-4 Automatic, that DUDE would SMOKE EM' for a block & a half!!!---BUT, for some reason???? It would SMOKE the L/R---Never figgered that one out???
        Bill Violator

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        • George Miller
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          Hi Bill I would never guise you were a hot rodder. Sounds like you had a fast fun truck.

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        George,
        You never REALLY "know" someone, 'til you camp out with them for a WEEK--------Shall we ALL schedule a CAMPING JAMBOREE?
        Bill Boone

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        • Dennis
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          Sounds like a great idea! Where to? :-) Somewhere nice and cool...

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        My pickup as it was rebuilt Pickup truck in primer 006.JPGcab after finish paint 002.JPG

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        • #9
          box when done pickup pictures 6-12-13 002.JPGpickup pictures 6-12-13 003.JPG

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          • Mitch
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            George
            Did'nt you have a picture of the cab sitting in the weeds before you pulled it out? I could be thinking about someone else but i thought it was you.

          • George Miller
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            No Mitch this one came from a friend in Mich that had it in a barn. But I did have a picture of a roadster pickup cab that was in the weeds. Also had a picture of a 1930 tudor that I done that was in the weeds.

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          Great save, and in such a short time for so much work.

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          • #11
            WOW !!!!!!!! I'am speechless

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            • #12
              There's an older guy about 30 miles west of me that has a barn full of Model A's.
              The problem is he took then all apart to be able to fit them all in his barn.
              I wonder if he'll ever get any of them back together again.

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              • George Miller
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                If they have never did one before they get old, I would say it will not happen. Many times I have found them setting. The guy would say I,m going to restore them some day. Years latter I buy them. They are the same shape as they were the first time I ask them.
                Last edited by George Miller; 07-12-2017, 09:11 PM. Reason: added to.

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              1930 Tudor in the trees.JPG1930 Tudor in the weeds.JPG053 roadster pickup cab as found.JPG135 1929 pickup roadster.jpg
              Last edited by George Miller; 07-12-2017, 09:02 PM. Reason: here they are. could not find a finish picture of the tudor. I will keep looking

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              • DaWizard
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                Ya know yer in trouble when it takes a weed wacker to figure which body style ya got!!

                Great Save George.
                Last edited by DaWizard; 07-13-2017, 11:36 AM.

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