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  1. ArtofHotRod
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    Spent the last few days working with my brother in law on his wagon to spruce up the rear area. Next stop will be the interior shop for a new look.
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    nice looking wagon. what are you running?
  3. kuztomklaus
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    I like it! That is what mine started as, only difference is it was a 1953 and completely rusted out!
  4. sweet ride!
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  5. KustomCars
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    Sweet wagon!
  6. ArtofHotRod
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    Before & After ...............

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    That looks great, what product did you use for the tail gate and floor?
  8. ArtofHotRod
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    Loews Vinyl Flooring .... cost less than $50.00
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    Thats nice. Makes me think I need to get to work on mine
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    Nice, you in Lancaster area?
  12. hvychvy
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    Lookin great!!
  13. ArtofHotRod
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    Back from the Jersey interior guy ..............

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    Very nice looking... love the clean lines.
  15. Tell Al hello.
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    That is nice work! Who did the work in NJ?
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    Richard's Trimworks in Hewitt, NJ .. Located NW near West Milford
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    I'm a sucker for wagons, liking it a lot.
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    Perfect! What engine and trans?
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    Ahh-ha, I thought that car looked familar.
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    Very Cool... love the wagons :)
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    Gooder Post, Thanks, "Art".......
    Love the "Org-inal LQQK.....Now get away frum IT, Leave it Like IT IS.

    (Just MY Opinion ! ), No, You did'nt Axe fer IT !

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  23. ArtofHotRod
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    Before & After ..........

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    Very nice. Love station wagons.
  25. great job! that is one smooth cruizer!
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    Wow youve been busy. Plus you jumped to 12v AND alternator ... you change the trans?, I see column shift remains.
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    All new wiring and switches dash forward along with a T350 ....:cool:
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    Fall follow from my brother-in -law wagon .... [​IMG]

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  30. Great looking car,,don't let Boones see this car,,he might have a relapse. :D HRP

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