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Old 07-08-2009, 11:46 AM
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You got it! It isn't the "gas tank" it's self of course. It's that the filler goes thru the side of the bed to the tank mounted under the bed.

Believe it or not, the wood is also different with one less board as well!

It's your floor C-10

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Old 07-08-2009, 12:02 PM
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Filler, tank, yep. The '49 tank is behind the seat. (like your pic)

Ok here's an easy one, and in the Chevrolet Truck theme, what was the first year for Federally Mandated seat belts, reverse lights and side mirror?
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That is an odd question, back up lights came along mandatory in the early 70's I believe being the 68 Camaro had an option for back up lights. But on the seat belts at least for passenger car they came along in what, 65? So, I am not sure.

My guess maybe the truck didn't need the belts and I am going to go with my guess of 1972.

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Seatbelts were mandated for all light trucks in 1971.
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Seatbelts were mandated for all light trucks in 1971.
July of 71 IIRC
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Nope, Nope and Nope.

Anybody else?

I will pass along a hint. Page 8, catalog CBE.35
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It was in 1966.
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I was about to say HEY, what about those Camaros? But then it hit me, they DID have back up lights on the standard model. It was that they MOVED them with the RS, what a dummy.

1966 it is, that's a good one.

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Who was known as the voice of drag racing?
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Who was known as the voice of drag racing?

Was it Jon Lundberg
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Also known as Thunder Lungs. That was fast...your up.
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This may be a easy one..But who drove the 55 Chevy in AMERICAN GRAFFITI..Who was the actor.And what was his name in the movie???
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This may be a easy one..But who drove the 55 Chevy in AMERICAN GRAFFITI..Who was the actor.And what was his name in the movie???
Harrison Ford, Bob Falfa

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