Old Navy Trucks

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  1. Robert

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    Man thats a nice showroom. To bad your not closer to me, I'd probably live in that store!
     
  3. Robert

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    Job Opening

    You could always apply for a showroom job...but then again your paycheck would just go right back to us!
     
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    Yea thats about right!!!
     
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    Looks nice ~ is it a rusted out junker like the Old Navy trucks are ? or has engine and etc. ? .

    When SWMBO is geting clothes for our four boys , I sit on the tailgate and dream of al those new shiny bits on my old POC '49 work truck... :p
     
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    They are the actual Old Navy Trucks from the stores. No Engines or Transmission but they still have the driveline and rear end in them.
     
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    Only 500 miles to see you!

    Definitely have to get the '47 percolating for the trip!!

    Beautiful showroom!! & Kansas friendly beats "Minnesota nice"!
     
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    But it's down hill all the way to our showroom. :rolleyes:
     
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    Nice dodge of my question Robert :rolleyes:

    I stopped in to the Old Navy store in Valencia , Ca. to-day , they have a 5 window NuVue cab AD there.....
     
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    It's hard to see the rust from all the blue paint. ;)

    No engine or tranny or fuel tank...it does have the drive line and rearend. They have the new reproduction grills and new front and rear bumpers. It does make a nice display piece though.
     
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    So are you guys grabbing up these trucks to save them from the doom of high school kids bying clothes off them? If so, you want to sell me one? I'm in Wichita . . . not too far up there!:)
     
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    Robert -

    I heard Old Navy was slipping in some Jimmys in their upscale stores. Maybe Classic Parts could use one on the show room floor too!!
     
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    You really don't want one of these rigs , most are rusted out beyond repair .

    I ran into a carpenter who was involved in building the Old navy stores and he'd bought a nice looking '53 GMC from the guy who sets up the trucks for Old navy , the frame was rusted paper thin.....

    A shame as it was a nice looking , driving Canadian GMC... :(

    -Nate

     
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    Hey Just gettin goin on here...I have a Showroom Job in a cool place like this and i also get the Honor to work on a really nice, hmm (re-done) 52 chevy truck!...guess who, this is really neat!
    Blake
     
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    Missing Truck Report

    Hello , Police ?

    I'd like to report a missing Old Navy turck ~ I went into the Old Navy store in Sta. Monica on the 3rd. St. Promenade last night , right around 7:30 PM and there was NO OLD NAVY TRUCK ! :eek:

    I'm not sure who the perpetrators of this henious crime are but I know you'll get right on it....... :D
     
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    So how do you go about getting these trucks? I don't think they have a big enough bag behind the register to put the trucks in. LOL
     
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    How To Score Old Navy Trucks

    ...Simple : you wait untill they either change thier interior decoration and sell them off , or you wait until they close up and go bankrupt and then buy them at the auction .;)

    Don't hold your breath and don't expect more than junk ~ even here in /sunny So. Cal. they're very badly rusted out junkers .:(

    I was looking at the one in Huston Tx. store last saturday , it is a 1954 GMC DeLuxe 5 window , nice old truck ....
     
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    Computer Dummy HELP Please !

    O.K. , I'm a 'puter dummy so I have NO IDEA what a " sticky " is and now this thread seems to be one .....:confused:

    Please write the explanation really simple so even _I_ can understand it :rolleyes:

    Thanx ,
     
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    A sticky thread is one that is set by a moderator to stay at the top of a forum--it shows up first in the list of threads no matter when it was last replied to. In the case of our forums, sticky threads (along with announcements, which are at the top of the main Classic Parts Talk page) are often used to draw attention to special events and other things that are going on at Classic Parts.
     

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