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35Mike Offline OP
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1936 1-1/2 ton with 9 foot platform bed

We went to western New York to get this original Chevy platform for my truck.
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Many miles of happy motoring
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Is that the same truck you had setup as a semi?
Tony


1938 1/2 ton Hope to drive it before I retire
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Yes,
I still have my Fruehauf and fifth wheel. The truck is much more useful this way.
with my forklift, I can be back to long haul "truckin" mode, in about an hour.

Mike


ml.russell1936@gmail.com

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Nice truck! I like it! I just recently purchase a 1933 and am trying to find someone that might know how to help me figure out more about the numbers on it. I have found the tag that states Manufactured by Chevrolet Motor Company and can see what I believe is the serial number but it doesn't look like what I thought the serial number would be. It also says Model "International". Do you know of anyone that is well versed on the serial numbers, etc? I was told it was a 1 ton but I'd like to know for sure and see if I chevy tells more about the color and model and other information by the numbers? Any recommendations would be most appreciated! Thanks!

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Strange, "International" should be a 1929 model.

Would really like to see what you have!
Can you post pictures?


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I would be glad to send them to you but where do I do that? I'm a new member so don't know the site very well

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As you are a member you can attach pictures directly to what you post by following the directions given here:
https://vccachat.org/ubbthreads.php/topics/436976/how-to-post-a-photo.html#Post436976

It may seem a little complicated at first, but it's really not too hard.
Good luck!

PS
It would be a good idea to start a new thread with your questions and pictures.
I'm looking forward to it!

PPS
I see you already have the new thread, so just add the pictures there.

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