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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. falconwagon62
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    Was the super 6, I installed a 289 9 years ago, Granada disc brakes, 8" rear end, but I have a 200, and a C4 lating in the floor that I am re-installing by spring, the 2 door wagons are just a breed all there own, but I like all wagons....

    Springfield, Mo FCA Nationals

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  2. The_DropOut
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    Thanks for the info:D. You'll have to post a thread on the motor swap and how you like the combo of 200 + C4. I'd be interested. I have the three speed in my 62 Ranch, but wont be grinding them beans for long. Soon I'll be moving up to more gears or less effort.
     
  3. von zipper
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    I love that wagon! I might have to add one to my pile!
     
  4. BONNEVILLE BOB 95
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    Would love to see one of these in person.... !BnU5jegB2k~$(KGrHqUOKkUEu!b9RyZMBLjCpN228g~~_3.jpe
     
  5. Knas-n
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    from Sweden

    I'm glad you liked it..

    Here is one more picture I took:
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    And I know it drives by at 03:40 in this (pretty lame, slow) vid:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11P-EY9gKWk
     
  6. BSL409
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    A few of my 59
     

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  7. Oldskool falcon
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  8. KustomCars
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    from Minnesota

    Lots of nice wagons on here ! Love checkin them out .
     
  9. C. Montgomery
    Joined: Dec 18, 2003
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    My 63 chrysler new yorker, picked it up friday in minnesota and drove it back to Texas. 413 and a pushbutton torqueflite. All stock, debating what to do to it.
     

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  10. doc's
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    I had a '63 Newport Wagon, 361, etc....miss it.

    Nice wagon, btw!!
     
  11. SmokinBill
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    Tax mans wanting my money. and something has to go. Hate to do it but the wagon is the last one on the list. We have it listed on this sites classifieds. Check it out, come and drive it, take it home.
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  12. KustomCars
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    from Minnesota

  13. pwschuh
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    Nice. Polish it. Lower it. Some period custom wheels. Maybe Bellflower exhausts. Then drive it!
     
  14. C. Montgomery
    Joined: Dec 18, 2003
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    that's kinda what I was thinking minus the bellflowers. my buddy suggested the same thing, but I have never really liked them. I HAVE been driving it though, to work everyday. runs great and the A/C works. That will be nice in a month or two when the weather gets hot here.
     
  15. here is the 2 door hardtop 52 plymouth wagon I started whacking 15 year ago. mentioned in post #25. page 2 of this thread. new owner is making it happen . 225 slant 6 and all.
     

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  16. KustomCars
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    [​IMG] Really like this!
     
  17. Gromit
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    [​IMG]

    Just got it... 1965 Fairlane 500 289 auto.
    Wide Cragars on the way this weekend.. paint soonish...
     
  18. fitzee
    Joined: Feb 26, 2003
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    yes this is sweet!! love the early 60s chevys.
     
  19. Fisk
    Joined: Mar 1, 2011
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    from Dallas

    Here's mine.

    It's in this thread with different wheels right after I got her and maybe even once before that from the guy I got her from.

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  20. RainierHooker
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    Here's mine...
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    She's just beginning a fairly comprehensive facelift. Should be a whole new look by the end of the summer.
     
  21. LowerthanLife
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  22. nfleone
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    [​IMG]
    Taking it on the Hot Rod Power Tour this year 196 cu in 6 ohv.
    Have some Ansen sprint like wheels for it and a new right fender.
    Nick
     
  23. jbh
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    Got my 57 out for it's first spring bath today. We'll see how bad the Delaware roads are tomorrow. Jay
     

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  24. ssffnomad
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    J, nice Conv, in background shot.
     
  25. 59 brook
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    59's got new shoes
     

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  26. mbstude
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  27. Here's my "Sophie". Been a big wagon guy since my first ride, a '64 Chevy Biscayne wagon. Trying to keep her all original as well. The original SUV!
    Check out my longroof pics on my personal page.
     

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  28. Bigcheese327
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    Cool! I used to be a bigger fan of the Squires, but the Country Sedans have recently usurped them for my top spot.
     
  29. Thanks,. Those were the low-end wagons for '55. Basic everything.
    People seem to like the luggage rack and vintage suitcases.
     

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  30. Bigcheese327
    Joined: Sep 16, 2001
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    I've always thought of them as mid-range; Crestlines to the Country Squire's Fairlane. Weren't the two-door Ranch Wagons the bottom of the barrel?
     

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