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Old 12-26-2006, 08:10 PM
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chassis swap 1995 S-10 to 1954 pickup

I have several early 50's Chevy pickups. I am in the process of removing cab, existing engine and trans from a 1995 S-10. Plan to put SB Chevy V-8 and auto trans in chassis and mount 1954 Truck cab, fenders, bed. Picture is attached.
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Old 12-26-2006, 08:28 PM
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welcome......Sounds like a great project. Love the OLD TRUCKS
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chassis swap s10 and54

Baldchev here Im interrested in buying some more 50s truck parts , but I used a short wheel base chevy truck frame my 1952 and my 1955 trucks sat right on the frame and I welded the original purches in place no fabrication for the motor trans steering used the factory brake mastercylinder exhaust the 52 is 4x4 works real good on full size frames. this might help
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Old 12-26-2006, 11:27 PM
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Early 50's Chevy Truck Parts

What parts do you need. I now have a 51 and 2 54's. Also have several other pickups/vehicles for parts some even run and drive. My grandson has a nice 68 Ford with a 351/auto that he drives daily to school and work,pic attached, that his dad helped him fix up. I am a old guy that has had several old rods, Corvettes,trucks and even a Harley. I like to buy, sell and trade. We are South-West of Nashville.I have included a pic of the shop with one of the old trucks that runs and drives, a 65 Ford. Thanks, Bud
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Chassis swap s10 to 54 pickup

BALDCHEV here those are nice old trucks you guys do your trucks the way I like em their not fancy but by george their trailer queens . I think someone that hauls one around on a trailer and dont drive is not a true hotrodder he is a collect. As far as parts we were talking about cosmetic mainly emblems original tail lights head light rings decent grill things I know that can be bought new but then it dont look like a rat rod .Most poeple though that can of stuff away hub caps I just got a 1952 3100 original pickup with 16" wheels I*************************************Thanks for replying buddy.


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Old 12-28-2006, 09:14 AM
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Welcome to Hotrodders. We do have a Classified Ad section....the ads are free....this is where you need to buy , sell, and trade. It is not allowed on the boards.
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