Mag Wheels For Trucks, Country singer tracks down long, lost pickup truck in Green Bay. But now what?-Dave Barton may have difficulty convincing Marty Olejniczak that he is not really interested in buying his truck.What should you do if you are looking for something that you really want or not? Something like beating the tape, shaking your head, nursing and hoping that others don’t feel your heart kneeling in your chest?
Barton from Franklin, Kentucky, 80, is a former singer and knows the routine: when the task is over, you need to know when to keep it, when to pull it out and never count your money. at the table …RELATED: man, guitar and his search for the lost 1958 collectionThe problem is that he has already shown his hand. Looking for their lost 1958 Chevy truck, Barton struggled hard and sought help from the Green Bay Press Gazette last week. His secret was discovered: Barton really wanted this truck.
He bought it in the seventies of the last century when he lived, sang and worked as an agent for booking a country musician in Nashville. He renewed it, gave it to his son, and sold it to someone in Green Bay. The man sold it, he thought of Barton’s police officer in Green Bay, but he changed hands again and Barton lost. Maybe it’s deserted, maybe on a highway, maybe more than a thousand miles from Green Bay. But Barton complains that he has let him go and wants to get him back so that he can take it back and give it to his cousin.
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Marty Olejniczak read Barton’s sad story. Olejniczak, 60, from Howard, works for the Bay Auto Parts. His job is to carry heavy equipment that has been carrying many used cars so far. Move tons and tons of vehicles that no longer love every day. Olejniczak loves cars and trucks. He is the engine for everything. Cars are what they do for life and what they do for fun. He especially loves Chevrolet (hate Ford), loves hot rods, likes to meet people who love cars and hot rods, takes cars from other people and turns them into hot rods.When Olejniczak removed his press release from the delivery box on Saturday morning, his eyes focused on the image and history of the 1958 truck.”I thought,” Friend, looks like my old truck, “said Olejniczak, I started reading and it was” Oh my God, that’s my truck! ”
It is clear that Olejniczak is a close friend of Tim Wickman, a retired police officer from Green Bay, who bought a truck sold by Barton many years ago. Wickman repaired and led him nearly 10 years before he sold it to his friend Olejniczak.
Wickman also discovered the article in the press release and sent a photo of the truck while it was ………
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