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Anyone know any history on this chopped 1950 olds

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  1. BAREOOT
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    MYSTERY SOLVED READ READ PAGE FIVE

    Does anyone know any history or have you seen this car,was suppose to have done in the eastern states, chopped 1950 olds sedanette. If you have seen it orknow anything about it let me know.
    Thanks foot
    WE HAVE HEARD THAT ONE OF THE WELL KNOW BUILDERS DID THE TOP MAYBE OUT OF KENTUCKY OR VIRIGINA

    HERE IS NEW LOOK.

    MYSTERY SOLVED THE OLDS WAS BUILT BY GLEN MOYER IN MELBOURNE KENTUCKY, THANKS TO ALL THAT HELPED WITH INFO.
    BAREFOOT

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    Know nothing about it other than it sure has a slick profile.

    Frank
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    Thanks fab
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    thanks for the response david if you find out anything let me know.
    thanks foot
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    WOW!!!! That is tits!!!!!!!!!

    You are one lucky dude to have such a sweet ride. The only thing I would change is the headlites. I sure would like to know who chopped it, that is one of the best fastback chops I have ever seen.


    What wheels and tires are on it now? I like it better with the Caddy's and WW's

    B:eek:B
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    I agree.
  7. That first photo was taken at the Wheels of Time Jamboree at Macungie, PA.
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    That is really smooooothe. I actually have the back window out of one of those.
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    Bob k, its on its way to me now from new york, its got the american 5 spokes on it now im putting on wide whites, smoothie chrome wheels with the tall shannon cone bullit center caps.
    Take care foot
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    Spooky, thanks much, hang onto that back you never know when i might need it.
    Foot
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    Thanks hank
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    Back in the late 80s or early 90s there was one in Phila area that was on a cut down 70s olds frame.
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    Thanks marwyn for the info, this one has camaro sub and chevelle rear with trailing arms.
    Thanks much
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    Dang, that thing is slicker than greased lightning through a ducks but!
    I agree with the headlights though, they need to go. I do like the new rolling stock though.
    Doc.
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    thanks doc
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    Very nice custom... Unfortunately I don't have any info on it.
    Yes it needs new wheels/tires and headlights.. and a nice tail dragging stance as well.
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    Thanks rikster, tires and wheels will be changed as soon as it gets here, it bagged front and back just need to get the right stance figured out.
    Foot
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    Nice Olds, Are you sure it was chopped back east ? Looks and fits the build of one we did about 12 or 13 years ago with a camaro clip & rear end. If it is you will find it was once painted a copper satin and the trunk lid is real heavy
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    Now this has to be a first!!!
    Rikster comes up empty?
    The end of the world must be near.
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    That is one slick Olds. I don't remember seeing a photo of it either and those usually stick in my memory bank.
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    Never seen it, but I like it a lot.
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    Rich, i thought rik would have info on it also, he knows them all
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    maybe a steering wheel swap too... what do the seats look like
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    jfrolka, THE PLANS ARE, ALL WHITE TUCK AND ROLL, WHITE STEERING WHEEL, WIDE WHITES WITH CHROME SMOOTHE WHEELS WITH SHANNON CONES, CHANGE THE HEADLIGHTS, HAS BUCKETS WITH GREY LEATHER NOW WITH SHORT CONSOLE, WE WILL BUILD FULL CONSOLE. AND LOTS OF OLD SKOOL STRIPING. I THINK THAT ABOUT COVERS IT. OH YEA, LAKE PIPES AND DUMMY SPOTS
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    Oh, and loose the weird gauge pods while your at it. They look strange in that car.
    We call this detoxing where I come from. Good Luck. Cool car to start with.
  27. It's a Stunner! You are a lucky man....Centurion9
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    The gauges stay, love or hate em
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    headlight bulbs or housing?
  30. Every now and then, a car comes along that grabs me by the throat and won't let go. This is one of those for certain. I love it as it stands, and look forward to watch it develop. Great Catch! It's Beautiful! Centurion9

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