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Features Alllllll the Longroofs.....Let's see 'em boys

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  1. Sky Six
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    Gorgeous. I have never seen a wagon like this. A friend in high school here in Oregon in 1967 had an Austin A30 2-Dr. sedan which looks identical to the front half of this wagon. Semaphore signals and all, it was slow but a lot of fun.
     
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  14. I may have posted this before but how often do you see a Corvair wagon. Original no less. IMG_0720.jpeg
     
  15. carl62
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    drug this home from Montana.... some assembly required. IMG_20231105_154121582_HDR.jpg IMG_20231221_154139.jpg
     
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    I would like more info on that dual quad poly :)
     
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    ^^^^^Looks like a 1962 Dodge Dart Wagon.^^^^^
    Skärmavbild 2023-12-31 kl. 11.38.01.png
     
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    Yep. J Hansen is correct. The 2nd picture of the dual-four Poly appears to be in a different car from the fender color.
     
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    Greg
    The dual four intake is what I questioned, what did Chrysler put the 2x4 in?
     
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    Doug: There was a (from memory) one year only offering of the dual four intake on the Poly 318 in 1957 that provided 290 (advertised) H.P.. Great flowing manifolds although they weigh a little more than a ton!
     
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    Neat!
    My mental database on early Mopar offerings is a bit cloudy Greg, the poly engines especially.
     
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