When Jamie and Maurine Evans find themselves with a bit of spare time, they like to pack their car with their son Matthew and Max, the family dog, and cruise around the neighboring Central Washington towns, doing a bit of historical investigation. The old towns in the Pacific Northwest are perfect for such ventures as many are steeped in history dating back to the 19th century when the mining and logging industries were booming.

It's no surprise then that the Evans family would come across an old truck or two in their travels, often left for dead right where the owner left them. This old Chevy is no exception. Located in Ronald, Washington, Jamie spotted the truck from the road and shot us this pic. With fairly recent plates, it appears that the owner simply put her away for the season and never brought the old girl out of hibernation. Wearing that ever trendy patina'd coat, a fresh drivetrain and a new set of rubber would have this old hauler back on the road again in no time.