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[oletrucks] RE: [old-chevy-truck] Re: Original Parts Book

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Subject: [oletrucks] RE: [old-chevy-truck] Re: Original Parts Book
From: "Scott and Stacey Redish" <ScottnStaceyTX@msn.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 12:30:46 -0500
I do think I will try to get it.  I wasn't sure, but it sounds like a good
piece of information, plus it will look good in my chevy manual collection.

Thanks for all the input.
Scott Redish
Age: 23
'50 3100 216ci 3-window
-(a project underway)
Whitesboro, TX

-----Original Message-----
From: Barrett Revis [mailto:snappydog@surfree.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 12:09 PM
To: old-chevy-truck@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [old-chevy-truck] Re: Original Parts Book

I have both the 29-50 Master Parts Catalog and the 29-56 Parts and
Accessories Catalog.  They have more than paid off for me.
They're not only useful for verification of NOS parts off eBay, they
also allow you to use the various NOS parts search engines on the
web.  I've gone back to the truck and double-checked the application
of parts I've found at swap meets before I bought them.  It also
tells you what other models of Chevy cars and trucks share the same
part, which broadens the search a little.
A useful little tool, I would consider it.

>>I have a connection to get an original parts book for my '50 AD.
>>Would I
>>consider this a valuable tool, or just something nice to look at.
>>Considering I can't go down the the Chevy parts and order them, the
>>won't do me much good, will they?

-- Barrett Revis, snappydog@surfree.com on 04/24/2001

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