I couldn’t work in the computer generation and always had an interest in older trucks. My Pop shared the same interest. He is the one who told me that this was the truck for us to work on. He will be 80 this year and still loves to help me work on the “Ol’ Girl”
Customs -N- Classics
My name is Dennis.
I am a Christian, a husband, a father to 1 beautiful step-daughter and 3 strapping young boys and a step-grandfather (They call me “Grumpy”) to a gorgeous step-granddaughter and a handsome step-grandson. These will always be my priorities, no matter what my interests are. That said, I strive to keep and maintain a family friendly atmosphere, so my boys and their friends can enjoy the site as much as I do. (Grand-kids aren’t old enough and daughter has other interests.)
See my home page for more about me.
Bought it in CA on New Year’s Day 2004. Had it shipped to UK and then to Northern Ireland.
Numerous Car Show winner, Also Feature Car trophies!
I purchased my ’39 so I could do Poker runs and cruise nights. I have entered it in a few Car Shows and I did win best GM at a show in Chatman, Ks.
My brother in law purchase it 1966 for $200.
I bought it in 1988 for $600
I am just about finished with this build and just in need of some cosmetic stuff as far as gauges and carpet. I plan on attending car shows this year and put this truck to use.
Had only my 9 year old girl and her friend to help me. It was crazy to have this 2 ton beast lurching around every time I hit the brakes. My girl decided that this will be her car when she starts to drive, and I’m cool with that. She helps me when I work on it.
Cooper is 15 years old. He loves cars/trucks from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. He’s not scared to get his hands dirty.
A sleek little black Studebaker Lark caught my eye in West Virginia. Bought her and drove her home through a blinding rainstorm, didn’t even leak, but boy those old wipers got a workout!
I remember when I was 13 or so he was going to get rid of it, but I asked him to save it for me