If there is interest in restoring a truck and have yet to find one the best advice is to look everywhere. Anytime when out and about look on streets, alleys, body shops, junk yards, farms or any other places that might have a truck sitting around. If there is a specific truck in mind the Internet is the best option. The only downfall to this option is that these trucks will be all over the country so traveling will become a problem (Gunnell “Chevrolet” 196).
When purchasing a truck, make sure that it is the right truck. Don’t get a truck that is too challenging. The price is also an important topic to be discussed. Don’t pay too much but also don’t pay too little for a truck that looks too good to be true for it most likely is (Gunnell “Chevrolet” 196).
After getting a truck, a set of standards needs to be established which will help one decide what approach to attempt. What are the plans for the truck. Will it need to be top of the line so it can compete in many classic truck shows; or will it be the family truck that goes from point A to point B.
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