Those 3 days will be remembered for a lonnnnnnnnng time. The only problem is us
who are in the unrust-belt states is we are picky. I turned doen a 5 window cab
that had a hole on the floorboard about an inch around for $200. Too much rust.
Oh well, I am trying to not be so picky. Since I have been on this listserver, I
have seem many pics from the east with "before and after" shots. I was so
suprised to see people actually fix rusty trucks. I thought to myself, That rust
bucket belongs in the crusher. Then, I have to wonder about safety. Are those
old repaired rusted cabs safe? I'd be inclined think they are not.
Charles Culver wrote:
> >the joy of taking that trip and the stories you can tell about it for years
> to come<
> I'm with you, Dave. Found my truck in Phoenix, my son and I flew out
> together, rented a U-Haul rig, and had a great time hauling it home for 3
> days. He was just old enough to pass for someone who was old enough to have
> a driver's permit, so we stayed on the back roads, and he got plenty of
> practice driving. And at every pit stop, I got out and admired my truck.
> ONLY way to go!!
> Smokey Culver
> '50 3600 5-window (mine)
> '56 3600 (hers)
> League City, Texas
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959