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  1. 1960studedriver

    1941 GMC K18 lives again

    I found a supposedly good cylinder head on eBay which is in the mail... Now I can find more things to fix!
  2. 1960studedriver

    1941 GMC K18 lives again

    Ok I'm leaning closer to the idea of it being a 270. Most likely. I've only worked on Studebakers and airplanes so this is out of the ordinary for me haha.
  3. 1960studedriver

    1941 GMC K18 lives again

    95% sure its the 235 but how would I tell the difference? From the research I did, the GMC 235 was what it came with.
  4. 1960studedriver

    1941 K18-C GMC Recovered today

    https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showthread.php?175027-1941-GMC-K18-lives-again&p=2092891#post2092891 Here is the new thread for my restoration.
  5. 1960studedriver

    1941 GMC K18 lives again

    Hey everyone, Starting a new thread for the restoration of my K18 radio comm truck. So far, I have it all apart and am working on the mechanical stuff first. Vacuumed all the mouse nests out, pressure washed and cleaned everything. The engine actually turned over ok with a big bar on the...
  6. 1960studedriver

    1941 K18-C GMC Recovered today

    Hopefully it only takes 1500 posts or so before it's done!!
  7. 1960studedriver

    1941 K18-C GMC Recovered today

    Pic cause it happened.
  8. 1960studedriver

    March 2018 Southern California Rally

    Hey this is just down the road! I’ll plan on being there.
  9. 1960studedriver

    1941 K18-C GMC Recovered today

    I think this will look great with the rest of my collection.
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