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Old 02-25-2013, 04:42 PM
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year make model ,Overlook the hair cut this was in 1968.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:38 PM
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year make model ,Overlook the hair cut this was in 1968.
66 Chevelle.
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Old 02-25-2013, 06:17 PM
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Close but technicaly no.
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A 1966 Pontiac Beaumont.

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No but it is a 66.
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Old 02-25-2013, 07:56 PM
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1966 Malibu?
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Yes you are correct the Maiibu and chevelle had several differences Big block super sport blacked out grill among others & serial #Maiibu were 13637 chevelle were 13837 in 66-68 and.64 & 65 were all malibu70-77 were all chevelle 80 and above were all malibu again. its tour floor Martin.

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Quiet for 24 Hrs.???
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Oh yeah, forgot. I'll have one in the morning.

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Name the Vega wagon bodied Chevy that came from the factory with a Buick V6.

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Old 02-27-2013, 08:34 AM
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Good question Brian. It just so Happens I'm in the process of reading DeLorean's book " On a clear day you can see General Motors" and he had a lot of influence with the Vega. But saying that I haven't read about a V-6 in a wagon. They did stuff them into the Monza 2+2 and Monza Town Coupe. The Buick Skyhawk and Olds Starfire ( both based on the Monza platform also used the V-6. The Monza Spider used a V-8. So I'm guessing A Monza Wagon?

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In 1977 chevy offered the Vega wagon called a Kamback with a 3.1 v6 i think 1 year only so ,Kamback is my guess.
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