The Jalopy Journal
2 door, 4 door, wagon, ranchero?
Boy that (58 Ford?) side trim fits well and looks great on this old ford! Really like the way it wraps over the skirts
That's a good looking seat!
Yup, that's the guy
We have really enjoyed Mo Hicks BBQ in Cuba, MO, but sadly the owner just recently passed away, so I'm wondering what will become of the place.
Sounds like you had a great trip!
Very nice looking car!
I'm leary of any riser that is taller than the base is wide/long.
Looks to me two guys who bid a number they thought no one else would top.
That often works, but not this time.
Try a HAMB relay?
I would either go with the smaller version or find a way to mimic the license plate trim without as much drop on the ends.
That would be similar...
Well, that'll buy lunch!
Sold my 61 f100 unibody.
Thanks for passing on that info about the rear side windows along
Love this wagon! I wonder how the side windows behind the doors work, roll down or slide in?
I've often thought a hatchback conversion would be handy. Cool to se one.
Great find! Love these stories, like finding and old friend!
That would be "poetry in motion", right? :)
I love the GM flat top style, they look like they're going fast even when standing still!
Looks like a great time was had by one and all!
Here's hoping all goes as well as possible for you guys.
Very cool! Thanks for sharing the photos.
What a great looking wagon!
Well it sounds like your Dad made changes as time went by, so revive it and drive it while making it your own version and enjoy good memories...
Love these stories!
Plans for the truck?
^^^^ very cool!
Well OK, the Riviera wagon above is cool.
But the ultra cool 60 Buick concept wagon I directed my comment to...
I have a 61 f100 with a 460 and C6. I doubt any amount of OD will compensate for the lousy gas mileage of the 460.
And the 460 is a very heavy...
There's a couple of young guys building amc cars
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