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

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ♠Stovebolt♠, Oct 3, 2003.

  1. poncho
    Joined: Dec 18, 2002
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    she is long gone...and i miss her!! [​IMG]
     
  2. Various wagons in the family...

    '61 Parkwood (my adopted project):

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    '59 Sedan Delivery (Dad's) - photoshopped pic trying out different rims:

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    '57 Ranch Wagon (Brother's):

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    '92 Caprice Wagon (My regular car):

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  3. bigron
    Joined: May 6, 2003
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    62 chevy II
     

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  4. Django
    Joined: Nov 15, 2002
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    Hey Poncho, you can always buy mine! This is from June. All the bumpers, roof rack, chrome and trim are back on now. It is for sale.

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  5. Here's mine. What do you expect for $75??
     

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  6. Not a wagon, but close enough. I just picked up rust free front fenders for this thing, and for a 55-6 Pontiac in this part of the world, that was no small feat. It's a 56 Poncho sedan delivery, really rare. 1583 built, Canadian only. I put in a rebuilt 57 rear end, 350/350.
     

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  7. Paul
    Joined: Aug 29, 2002
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    Here's a link to my good friends Chris and Mike's site where they truely worship the American station wagons.

    They are running some pretty fast times too.

    http://www.wagonsofsteel.com/

    Paul
     
  8. atch
    Joined: Sep 3, 2002
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    oldcarglassguy did a good job listing the 4-door wagons. can someone fill in the years for them? he also mentioned his plymouth 2-door hardtop wagon and asked about others. there are the nomads and safari wagons, of course, but i can't think of any others, although there probably were.

    while you guys are drooling over the pix shown here and scrambling to post your own, can someone list the 2-door post wagons? chevy made them most years in the late 50's and so did ford. i'm pretty sure there were early falcon 2-door wagons. how about chevy II's? the plymouth suburbans were 2-door wagons, weren't they? others?

    how about sedan deliveries? these ran from model a days to the 60's. in the later years who made them?
     
  9. Kommuter
    Joined: Feb 9, 2002
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    Mercury had a two-door hardtop wagon in 57, 58, and 59. Four-door hardtops 57-60. Before and after were based on Ford bodies = no hardtops.
     
  10. 40studedude...you are absolutly right! I dropped the ball on that one. A freind of ours who hangs out with him bought a 60!!! I couldn't remember which it was..(is there a dumbguy icon?) hehe.....hears a pic of Jeremy's 60 then....Enjoy! [​IMG]
     

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  11. Randy D
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    Heres a pic of our '59 Rambler wagon. The sixer was junk, so it got a 355 SBC with a 4 speed and an 8" ford rear.
     

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  12. 40StudeDude
    Joined: Sep 19, 2002
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    Lil_Jimmy...Want another? I know where a '60 is...maybe in YOUR corner of the woods...
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    Neppy...in regards to your post below...saw one from Minesota in Des Moines over 4th of July...was faux Impala but cool looking...GG's carried a shot of it in their coverage of Des Moines last issue (or two ago).
    R-
     
  13. <font color="green"> Found this pic last night and just about cried. I didn't even know Chevy made 2 door wagons in 59. Now I want one even more. </font>

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  14. It ain't mine but,it is sweet! HRP
     

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  15. PasoJohn
    Joined: Aug 29, 2002
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    from Edina,Mn.

    my Kandy Panel-Painted 64 chebbie,
     

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  16. My wagon as removed from the barn,,,,,, HRP
     

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  17. Neppy....would it hurt if I said I have one???
     
  18. here's mine
     

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  19. cool pics.! i'm lookin' for a wagon... anybody got something? a project...?
    nic
     
  20. tommy
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    here's mine
     
  21. Jdee
    Joined: Feb 19, 2002
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    The SS Minnow
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  22. Well, here she is..my 2 door Brookwood. Whatever you do..remember that beauty is in eye of the beholder.......and I have alot of beholding!! As you can see!!!!
     

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  23. NORCALNIC...

    Interested in a 60 Parkwood?

    Travis
     
  24. Paul
    Joined: Aug 29, 2002
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    Damn, Lil_Jimmy,

    preserve what's left till you find a doner car

    Paul

     
  25. Dude..that car has been under that tree for about 7 years...and looks EXACTY as it did the day it rolled down there!!! No grass under it......trees above....pretty safe...for now.......and I'm ALWAYS on the lookout for a doner!
     
  26. Rooster
    Joined: Jan 14, 2002
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    Here's mine!!!!
     

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  27. Rooster
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    Wups, wrong pic, that's the tagpic. Here's a sideshot...
     

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  28. Boones
    Joined: Mar 4, 2001
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    from Kent, Wa

    Haven't done anything to it in a while so its the same pic.

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  29. Thirdyfivepickup
    Joined: Nov 5, 2002
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    Don't know who this belongs to, but its cooooool.
     

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