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"That is a great car. Are those Patriot side pipes? Thats what I have on my '49 GMC. I had a '52 Olds at one time. "
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"Here's a question... My 1949 Canadian built GMC truck has the factory plate riveted to the door sill; the door handles and the door latches are push button style (1952-1958) in the catalogs. The 1949 style catches will not fit the existing door…"
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GMC vs Chevy

Does anyone care that a GMC is not a chevrolet, but a Chevy is a GMC?

Posted on March 21, 2009 at 4:29pm

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At 4:48pm on February 22, 2012, Roger Riffle said…
Hey Rich, the top is chopped 3 1/4. I basicly removed 3 1/2" space under the back window. All the windows are aprox the same in height. The corner windows are made from lexan. I found that 260 deg in the oven for about 30 min works good just watch it you dont want it to bubble. I put the lexan over the original glass for the shape. Just cut it to fit. My first 1 took about 8 hours. Ofcourse it took me a while to figure out the right temp amd time in the oven.
I also sectioned the truck 2". The front ends look bulbous when chopped. Sectioning alowed me to section the hood which make the truck more proportional in my opinion.
As for the bed cover it is made from 1" x 1" steel for the frame with a steel sheet meatal skin. I made my own rain gutters for the perimeter in side the box. It opens and closes with pneumatic rams.
At 3:25pm on January 31, 2012, Reggie Greene said…

IM NOT SURE ABOUT THAT,I HAVENT SEEN ONE HERE FROM THE USA

At 1:32pm on January 31, 2012, Reggie Greene said…

 

 mine was also built in Canada

At 6:32am on June 30, 2011, john larrison said…
hey rich nice job just bout a new house so my truck is on hold
At 8:30pm on March 21, 2011, Craig Veld said…
sold out every where i called today.
At 10:03pm on March 20, 2011, Craig Veld said…
Calling them tomorrow thanks i found this shortly after i posted here. Been looking for fifteen yrs hope they have one in stock.
At 10:06am on December 6, 2010, RICHARD CORLEY said…
thanks i am thinking of using a full size truck shortbed as the wheelbase only varies 2 inches and i could make that up in engine placement and moving the front end back a little if i had to
At 4:00pm on November 27, 2010, RICHARD CORLEY said…
HEY RICH
THANKS FOR THE INFO I WAS THINKING OF THE S10 FRAME AS THE WHEELBASE IS CLOSE TO THE 46. I BOUGHT MINE WITH A NOVA FRONT END AND ITS OK BUT I WAS LOOKING TO MODERNIZE IT A BIT.
At 9:15pm on June 27, 2010, john larrison said…
that,s cool old blue is just about done
At 12:29am on June 16, 2010, john larrison said…
hey what's up
 
 
 

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