Little red truck, 14.0 – Final

At long last, we reach the final post about our farm truck restoration. This was a month’s long project and it came together the day we needed it to be ready to go to the wedding. Fortunately it wasn’t a photo finish like you see on those car restoration shows and I wasn’t screwing things together on the ride down. It wasn’t far off though!

Thank you for coming along on this ride with us. Enjoy the wedding pictures below.

1972 Chevorlet stepside restoration - Final result
The final result. Bales of straw in the back as requested. Cleaned and ready to go to the wedding.
1972 chevrolet stepside truck
Front view of the truck, ready to go. Note the Ninja Cow Farm front license plate.
1972 Chevorlet stepside restoration - Final result
My kids were also in the wedding. Here is Spork in his outfit, looking dapper.
McKay Wedding, Cassia and Johnathan along with my girls.
Here is Bok Bok dancing with the happy couple and other kids. Photo courtesy of Libby McGowan Photography
McKay Wedding, Cassia, Johnathan, and my girls.
The Princess and Bok Bok dancing with Cassia and Johnathan. Photo courtesy of Libby McGowan Photography
McKay Wedding
The girls, having fun while the adults do boring adult stuff. Photo courtesy of Libby McGowan Photography
McKay Wedding
Just married. Photo courtesy of Libby McGowan Photography
1972 Chevrolet stepside truck restoration, at the wedding.
The reason to get the truck ready. The big photo shoot.
1972 Chevrolet stepside truck restoration, wedding day.
The bridesmaids got in on the action.
1972 Stepside pickup truck wedding
The happy couple, ready to go and start their lives together. That is yours truly in the cab, driving them away. Photo courtesy of Libby McGowan Photography

Many thanks to Cassia and Johnathan McKay, the McKay family and the Lewis family for letting us be a small part of a really big day. And best of luck to Johnathan and Cassia on their lives together.

 

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