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1929 Truck cab

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01-17-2007 13:37:11

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I believe I have a 1929 (?) Chevy Truck that I would like to restore or upgrade the running gear. My question is what can I do with the cab? Lots of wood and many nails. Where can I get either get new wood or a pattern for the wood to replace? Or should I make something out of steel? Then how do I address the areas where the cab is currently nailed to this wood frame work.
I bet this is just the start of my questions.
Thanks, Andy

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01-17-2007 14:15:30

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 Re: 1929 Truck cab in reply to Andy, 01-17-2007 13:37:11  
Get on the internet and start searching. I don't remember where, I but a few years ago I saw a site that had new wood for the pre -'37 Chevrolets (in 1937 GM went to all metal.)You'll also find some restoration sites and lots of encouragement, just like you'll get from this board. Try www.stovebolt.com on your search engine, and there is at least one chevrolet truck discussion board, but I don't have the address.

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