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Re: [oletrucks] 4X4 conversions other than NAPCO

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Subject: Re: [oletrucks] 4X4 conversions other than NAPCO
From: ADvent@thuntek.net
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2000 07:43:28 -0600
Yup, Kev,  Coleman did make 2 ton 4X4's.  I have a pic, but its on a teeny 3
gig hard drive that's sitting in my desk drawer. I will have to add it to my
computer if you want a pic of a brochure. I thought you sent it to me a year
back or a little more.
"Kevin D. Pennell" wrote:

> <<Snip>>  I'm wondering if anyone can
> confirm or deny if coleman or any other company besides NAPCO made 4X4
> conversions for the chev/GMC trucks?
> Dustin  <<Snip>>
> Dustin,
>   In addition to NAPCO, "Coleman" and "Asam" also made 4x4 conversions.
> Their products were mostly directed to the 2-Ton and larger market.  Thanks
> to some fellow old truckers, I do have some ads for each scanned in .jpg
> format if you'd like.
> Yours,
> Kevin P.
> '59 Apache 38/NAPCO
> Courtland, VA.
> The NAPCO Owners Group
> http://www.stovebolt.com/napco
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959

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