My 1941 Chevy ¾ ton Truck
That next weekend, my wife, Doris, and I drove up with our dog in tow. The dog was to keep her company on the ride home if I bought the truck. Turns out it was a good idea. A really nice guy, Joe told me this was his knockaround shop truck. He had a couple of show cars and wanted to use the money from this sale to fund a GTO build. He also had a Model A street rod that was featured in a couple of magazines.
I looked the truck over and crawled underneath to check it out.
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The Bull Run Region's mission is the collection and preservation of antique automobiles and related items in a manner that maximizes membership learning, socialization and most importantly, Having Fun! We generally serve the area known as "Northern Virginia", though all members of the AACA are welcome.
Founded by Howard Hamm and chartered by AACA in 1967, the first meeting was held in the Manassas, VA, Town Hall.