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benspaul writes:
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Cleelum Bakery Truck — This truck was driven from the CleElum Bakery to Seattle 27 years ago and parked. Two years ago my friend Cheech saw it and told me about it. The owner had gotten ill and was not able to follow through with restoration. All Day Towing trailered (dragged it on to a flat bed) as the brakes were solidly locked up, to my shop in Lynnwood, WA. I redid the brakes, cleaned the glass fuel filter, oiled the cylinders, replaced the points and cond., and it fired right up. It sounds very good with the Fenton cast iron headers. I've had it around the block a few times, but the old tube tires are pretty risky and I had to remove the windshield to see. Still, it's a driver.

Pros: It's a 1937 Chevrolet Panel Truck that runs and drives nice

Cons: No windshield. Tube tires.

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