Member, from Fredericksburg TX
The truck is a Chevy. I posted some pics on the discussion site.
Hi Bill, I’m buying another truck. It’s a 1946 Chevy pickup. I’m told it’s missing the hardware at the wheels for the emergency brake that attaches to the cables. I don’t see it listed anywhere to buy. Do you have any ideas where I can get it or references to what I need or even looks like? I’m the guy you helped out with my 49 part issue.
Bill ....I wanted to talk to you about dial-a-gap......Chuck 815-705-4438
Tried your phone number. Went immediately to voice mail, which would not record my message.
I Didn't have any missed calls...... Please try again or give me a number and I will call you..........thank you
Hi Bill, I had seen one of your replies to a gentleman looking for a bench seat. I too am trying to find 1 . If for some reason he doesn't want it & you are still wanting to get rid of it please keep me in mind. Thanks ,Jason 915-841-8582
Hey Bill, I tried to send you a link to a 55. Not sure if your HP address is still up.
I'll see if I can attach the link here. Or email me at Rockwell. Later, Herb
Bill, I was wondering if you still had any of your torus pieces for sale? I would be interested in buying them.
Hi Bill, Any progress on your Insurance situation--if I can help please call== 406 544 4564
or send me your phone #
thanks for the info bill . that should give me a place to start.
Hey Bill Hanlon
Texas plates indeed they are. The 1950 trucks history is that the truck came from a Frank Sklencar in San Antonio (framtruck). After that a Fred A Hammon from Irving had the truck a while. The truck whas in not a good shape and i have spend a lot of time and money on it. But today it shows as good daily driver. I am going to use it on the farm in my buizness (firewood sales).
Friendly regards Martinius Berg.
Hi Mr. Bill Hanlon,
congratulations for your pickup, is she really very beautiful, do you have more pictures of her by chance??
Thank you and great weekend
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