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Old 06-20-2014, 07:58 AM
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Wagons can be cool too!

I just completed this one for a new shop that opened locally. They recieved a 64 Impala wagon as payment for work they did. Hey, even the family truckster should look good!
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Nice work!
I love wagons, too!
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Old 06-20-2014, 07:44 PM
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Wagons are the only cool way to have a more-door ride
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yes sir, wagons can be cool, here is my 58 nomad-283 & 3 on the tree
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Old 06-21-2014, 10:30 AM
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Very cool work ......
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A Kool wagon I did last year
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Old 06-22-2014, 05:22 AM
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Nice rendering, CM! More door wagons need love too!
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the way mine was and the way i found it june 7 day 1 of the power tour. i am in need of a rear door and 1/4 panel for a 59 chevy wagon . any help is appreciated
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I'm glad you all like it. It was a flashback for me as my oldest friend's family had one for years while we were growing up. They finally traded it in for a Datsun B210 wagon. John taught me to drive a stick in that car unbeknownst to his parents!
-Beautiful 58 Killeratrod
-I love the Ranch Wagons too, da34guy! They make such great rides.
-Ouch! wagon man! That is not the way to start off the tour. I hope you get it back in shape soon.
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Wagons are frowned on by some, but I love um! Here's my son's '56 4 door:
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I think they are cool----I like them
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I like wagons, always have, was a staple part of my childhood growing up.
This is my '56 Handyman. Still working out wiring gremlins but it's getting there..
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the way mine was and the way i found it june 7 day 1 of the power tour. i am in need of a rear door and 1/4 panel for a 59 chevy wagon . any help is appreciated
Sorry to see that bud. Looks like the Jeep got pushed into you? Pretty crazy...
Hope you get her fixed.
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yes jeep got pushed into me then the guy bounced off the jeep and crushed the quarter down to the tire and knocked the exhaust loose. if anyone knows of any parts i need a rear drivers dide door and a 1/4 panel for a 1959 chevy wagon . thanks
PS the guy who hit us hit and ran
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My brother's '59 Chevy my dad got as a trade in on a new car around 1975. As I remember he paid $750 for it as it sets except it had the Americans all the way around.



And yes those windows were blacked out.



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