Grants Pass

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Don Sealy's 1933 Chevrolet Pickup of Grants Pass, Oregon. Named "The Hauler," Don got the truck from a young man that stayed with him and a wife for a while in the later 1950s or the early 1960s. Don began installing the drivetrain from a wrecked 1957 Chevroler 210 around 1964-1965. The project was abandoned in 1965, but the truck remained in the family, and in 2020 it was owned by his son Robert.

Hot Rods of Grants Pass, Oregon

Don Sealy's 1933 Chevrolet Pickup Truck

People of Grants Pass, Oregon

Don Sealy


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