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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. FUCK YES!! [​IMG]
     
  2. Gman0046
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    Enloe, get on the stick, you missed the Reunion last year, hope to see you there this year.
     
  3. LeoH
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    Very nice. Inline is fine.
     
  4. tennesseecouchpotato
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    graverobber63, that 57 Pontiac with the inline six cylinder is just about the coolest thing I've seen in a while. And, there is a LOT of cool stuff on this thread.

    Kudos - great find!
     
  5. enloe
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    I hope so this year. We will be there no matter what I just hope it is with the wagon:)
     
  6. henry's57bbwagon
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    Adamo(graverobber), is that a belated wedding gift? Glad the wagon stayed in the area.
     
  7. conley customs
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    here is my #1963 ford falcon "searchin for beaches"
     

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  8. halfasskustoms
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    This thing is bitchin.
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  9. LeoH
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    Nice ass end, but how about the front?! Wanna see the bumper/skid plate treatment.

    Great design.
     
  10. graverobber63
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    Thanks man! I'm super excited, I've been after this car for years!!
     
  11. 49Dodgeboy
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  12. enloe
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    floorboards are almost done and the finish body work is started on the tailgate.
     
  13. cru jones
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    Here's my '57 Ranch Wagon I picked up 2-3 weeks ago. It's not done the way I would do it and we're going to redo the interior, but I traded my truck for it and now the whole family can cruise together. I am looking for a '59 Parkwood or Brookwood left original, grampa style....whatever you want to call it and restore it showroom fresh.
     

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  14. RatsAss32
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    waygoon
     

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  15. AHotRod
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    That's sharp looking ^^^ .........
     
  16. mzchief
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    My 1957 Pontiac Safari
     

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  17. OahuEli
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    Looking at the twin scoops and exhaust I'm wondering if there is more than meets the eye here. Drivetrain?
     
  18. OahuEli
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    Nice! Any more info? Btw, might be a good idea to do an intro, some people on here get their panties in a bunch if someone doesn't. Me, I dgaf, I just want to see more of your car.:)
     
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    Picked up this '59 Pontiac a few weekends ago. We moved to the beach and figured we needed a beach cruiser. Its got a few rust issues, but what 59 doesnt?
     
  20. DrJ
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    Can you believe back in '74 I parked a 60 Chevy wagon on the side of the road because the generator quit, again, and walked the rest of the way to work and never went back?
     
  21. LN7 NUT
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    Gorgeous!

    In my eye the Safari is 100 times cooler than a Nomad!
     
  22. Gman0046
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    There's just something about Poncho wagons that make them cool.
     
  23. Very Cool Wagon, and nice job of abusing the HELL out of that U-Haul trailer.
     
  24. Haha! I told the guy at u-haul I was pulling a 90 jeep wrangler! If you look under the nose of the car you can see the 500lbs of sand I had to use to "balance" the trailer to keep it from death wobbling on me!
     
  25. Funny. When I moved my Roadster I told the guy I was moving a Honda Accord.
     
  26. cgaswillys
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    from New Jersey

  27. castirondude
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    Kick ass ride !!
    Man you must have lied to UHaul bigtime to get them to give you that trailer :D
     
  28. castirondude
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    hahaha. The beauty with these trailers is that you don't need ramps to unload, the trailer bends right to the ground. The only problem is once the front wheels drive off, the trailer bounces up and hits the bumper :D
     
  29. castirondude
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  30. enloe
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