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1947 Chevy Grill

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Dachshund

05-30-2018 03:48:01




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The grill in my 1947 3/4 ton Chevy pickup was pretty much toast. I don"t have the money to buy a new one, so an Amish neighbor and I built ne. It"s not quite finished yet, but is getting close. I know some of you "Originality" guys will hate it, but wanted opinions anyway!

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DoubleO7

06-05-2018 08:20:34




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 Re: 1947 Chevy Grill in reply to Dachshund, 05-30-2018 03:48:01  
Looks very good.

are the horizontals aluminum drip edge for a home roof?



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Dachshund

06-05-2018 20:42:44




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 Re: 1947 Chevy Grill in reply to DoubleO7, 06-05-2018 08:20:34  
No....the whole thing is made from 1/8 x 1 1/2 angle, and 1/8 x 1 strap



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Steve A W

06-03-2018 17:56:01




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 Re: 1947 Chevy Grill in reply to Dachshund, 05-30-2018 03:48:01  
I like!



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Duane WI

05-31-2018 18:11:13




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 Re: 1947 Chevy Grill in reply to Dachshund, 05-30-2018 03:48:01  
I am rebuilding a 52 1/2 ton. I think your grill looks great. I like the idea of some custom touches that don't go too far. The other thing is Chevy pickups from that time frame a more than plentiful. These are not rare need to be preserved in original condition vehicles. These old trucks are made to have fun with.



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Super 55

06-20-2018 16:26:39




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 Re: 1947 Chevy Grill in reply to Duane WI, 05-31-2018 18:11:13  
I agree. No matter what truck you have. It"s your truck you can do with it what you want. Have fun with it.



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