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Thread: 2019 SEMA Old School 1960's Chevy Crew Cab Pickup Truck

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    2019 SEMA Old School 1960's Chevy Crew Cab Pickup Truck

    I ain't gonna lie... I would so drive this BEAUTIFUL old school 1960's era Chevy crew cab pickup truck. Sure, it's big but the restoration and build is simply awesome. That's about all I can say about it. Am I crazy?












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    Yeah, that is gorgeous.


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    I spy a set of TruckLites!!

    I don’t think you’re crazy at all. That thing is a beast


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    You are not crazy... that truck is bad ass!

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    Way too high, but absolutely gorgeous otherwise.

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    Beautiful truck


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    That is cool. Pretty amazing bodywork to make that a double cab.

    It came out looking good, and a perfect color for the period it came from.

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    That thing is beautiful. Where is highwaytrout?


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    WOW, that one's a beaut!
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    Love to have this in my driveway


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