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Old 02-08-2008, 03:29 AM   #1
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69 Chevy LWB Step

Well before I could even get my 69 LWB Fleet done...my brother gave me his 69 LWB Step. It was a big surprise when he called me and said he didnt have time for it anymore and since I was working on mine...I needed another! So I will be going after it soon. One cab corner needs to be worked on...just dents as I remember. He has sunk about three grand into it. It has a I6 in it. 4 speed. 12 bolt posi. I feel the need to swap out the 6 for a 350 I have been saving here for awhile. It will be my daily driver till I get done with the Fleet.

So as soon as I get to Indiana I will get pics of it asap right afterwards!!

Before anyone else says it....
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Re: 69 Chevy LWB Step

Where is the other LWB steps at?? Havent seen any here lately?
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Old 12-14-2008, 12:59 AM   #3
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Re: 69 Chevy LWB Step

I need to update this. I have done some work to her. I had to change filler panel between the windshield and hood. the antenna was falling out of it. Someone had modified the hole. So it didnt fit too good anymore. I had another one in the garage so I primer black it and slapped it on there. I changed out the wheels twice. The radiator was replaced. I sanded the hood down and it got a coat or 2 of primer black. I changed the cracked dash pad. The shifter handle was changed out for a Hurst T handle. I changed the bumpers. The rear bumper wasnt really and bumper...the front one was a painted one.

here is alot of pics...something I should have done in the beginning.








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Old 12-19-2008, 10:37 PM   #9
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Nice looking project
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Old 12-20-2008, 02:45 AM   #10
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Re: 69 Chevy LWB Step

i think that the plate hangin on the front is the finishing touch, makes me want to just leave it, good start though for a truck
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Re: 69 Chevy LWB Step

Well its been awhile since I updated this. I have rebuilt the front end and put new wheels. I replaced the steering wheel. Here is a pic;
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