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Old 02-16-2010, 04:31 AM
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need a little help!

Just ran into this site well looking for answers on Rat Rods. I'm a Tattoo Artist that is new to this hobby I always thought 2 wheels were better then 4, tell I ran in to some new friends that Hot Rod and Rat Rod! It's just grown on me. So I went out and bought a 1964 Pontiac Catalina 4 dr wagon with a small block 6.4L/389ci (mint motor&tranny) "I got a screaming deal on it so don't laugh like my buddy's did." I just want to rat it out some how but me and my friends don't know where to start with a station wagon so I just want some more ideas please help and thanks.

P.S. I added the Pic. of the Catalina and the Rat Rod I would like to build some day if not bye summer! Thanks again everyone.
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Old 02-16-2010, 05:46 AM
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Can't help you on how to rat it but if you got a really good deal, you could likely make a pretty good profit reselling it. You may be surprised how bad some want those OE condition.
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