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Part IV: Holmes 330 Junior Restoration

Painting, painting, and more painting. With help from Byrd’s Automotive in Chattanooga, TN “Tank” and Co. have been busy with the paint process for the restoration project.

Images of the center section of the Holmes 330 junior wrecker named Sally

Along with paint, a new wood floor was used for the bed of the truck. The decision was made to use apitong wood for the new floor. In fact, it’s the same wood used on Miller Industries industrial carriers.

Images show the wood flooring used for the restoration of the Holmes 330 junior known as Sally

Tank wanted to preserve as much of an authentic/period-correct look as possible with the restoration. With help from his friend, Henry Johnson, the bed was modified to preserve an authentic look.

Image shows the body panels of the restored Holmes 330 Junior

Along with the modified bed, our friends at Coker Tire Co., in Chattanooga helped us find period-correct Firestone tires to keep the look of the truck as authentic as possible.

Restored Holmes 330 Junior custom order tires from Coker Tire Company

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Image shows the tailboard section of the restored Holmes 330 Junior known as Sally

Topics: Holmes, 330 junior, erlanger, Children, Social Responsibility, Restoration

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