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Old 07-18-2014, 03:26 PM   #23
Keith Seymore
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Re: Truck Images Circa 1930

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Originally Posted by cheyenne shortstep View Post
I for one am very grateful to you guys that have firsthand knowledge/experience with GM manufacturing. Please keep posting. Keith Seymore, I have read a lot of your posts and links and find all this history completely fascinating. Without stories such as this one history could be lost to time. Thanks guys.
I would be very interested in hearing about the 67-72 assembly lines and related stories. Having parted a great number of these trucks I have some questions regarding assy line repairs and consistent inconsistencies.
"Consistent inconsistencies" (lol).

Thank you; my expertise starts more with the squarebodies but between SSTim and myself we could probably answer your questions or speculate as to the reason.

I would encourage you to start posting them up in the 67-72 section where folks are sure to see them.

K
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