The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ♠Stovebolt♠, Oct 3, 2003.
Wow... Yep.. Thats the plan! Thanks for the motivation! Love the photochop skills out there!
How ambitious are you?
Got access to a 2 door or 2 door hard-top?
That looks really awesome, but for some reason (I guess being a big family guy) I love the more door wagons better. Thanks for taking the time to do that.. Looks awesome!
^^wow^^ very nice
Not sure if someone posted this up yet (and it's not the greatest picture), but I love this Rambler wagon. Converted to a 2 door and it has a tunnel ram topped AMC engine in it! It's now a staight axle with a mailbox hoodscoop.
Ok I have another long roof !
^^looks awesome!^^ congrats.. Whats the details on it?
I started a thread, take a peak !
seen at brooklands mopar day,today
Heres my beast, saved it from the demolition derby. And the price was only $50!!
Heres my beast, saved it from the demolition derby. And the price was only $50!![/QUOTE]
Good save, looks to be in decent shape.
Great find! One of the best looking Pontiac wagons and what a great color.
here is a pic of my 55 ford sedan delivery
Nice...featured in Canadian Hot Rod. Great story as well.
That is sooo COOOL!!
That is perfect!!!!!!
I love this thread!
Well, if I had the cash to spare that 62 would be parked in my yard. No rust?? Must be nice. Mine is going through some floor surgery right now and needs a window mechanism for the tailgate. It's going to be nice though. Nice to see one like yours though. Good luck.
Does the 62 run? Auto or 3 speed?
Our 1955 wagon. Because of another forum I am now here. May be out of place with this wagon, but always loved anything with tires.
Nothing out of place with this wagon.HRP
Thank you. We've had more fun with these two cars in my avatar than everything else we've owned. Maybe because we are older !
Friends on a wagon site kept telling me to check this out. As you see with my post count, I never just look.
Teased a few because I didn't get picked on or flamed. A few wise assed comments to some older members changed all of that. But I've found almost everyone is here to enjoy the old rods, learn a little, and have some fun. Again thanks.
Here's a recent shot of my Longroof in this nice weather that we are having.
I've posted in the past, but this was taken last night.
The 56 is ours, the 55 gasser is a buddies.
This is an awesome thread!
Guys they frown on sneaking in ads...
here is a link to the the section for ads...it'll get plenty of notice there, unlike on other sites!
...I remember that car it looks NICE - my here here in NV was talking to a seller in MT on c-list a year or so ago on it.
..funny guy, he wanted a LOT for it, but did not even know if it was a V8 or 6-cyl.
Claimed it was a one owner, he bought but knew nothing about it.
It is nice - Good to see someone got it. Just do something with it...it was too much $ to "flip". Cool car.
Recent unreal "find" right here in the SWest.
Always have loved the Beauvilles.
Working on some kind of deal on this one.
They are still out there.
That is too kool!
You know there was one in one of the early Lowrider magazines, either late 70s or very early80s, with same colors as yours but slammed w/ cragars and skinny whites. Those Jeep wagons are bad ass. Ill look for a pic.
Good looking 56 A Rodder!
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