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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. graverobber63
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  2. chevymike
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    That is just cool!!! I love my wagon but I would love it to look like this.
     
  3. 68wagon
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  4. wombat barf
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    damn. that is a gorgeous '65 Fairlane.
     
  5. Rolling down the road doing what it does best. This coming home from the MSRA back to the 50's
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  6. One more from the other end!

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  7. Looks sooooo much better sans limo tint.
     
  8. Very nice! I need to pull my big block 66 Caprice wagon out of hibernation.
     
  9. 1959Nomad
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    after looking at the before pictures i totally agree, nice 62 wagon
     
  10. Esteban Sanchez
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    Here's my 54 Plaza Suburban, just painted semi gloss.

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  11. arbs1976
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    Here is my 57 Buick Estate Wagon.
     

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  12. graverobber63
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  13. jimmy1931
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    My 150 Wagon, sedan delivery poser.
     

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  14. LeoH
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    Different is good. :D Hope you have the shiny bits to add back on it.
     
  15. OahuEli
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    Serious eye candy there! What are you running for a drivetrain?
     
  16. jimmy1931
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    Real simple set up. 355 SBC, aluminum heads, full roller, single 750, MSD, PG with brake, 9 inch. Very consistent & dependable. Needed a direct opposite of my '31.
     
  17. Veach
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    Some very Beautiful Rides I will post when She get a coat of paint
     
  18. painted my roof baby blue

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  19. LeoH
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    LowKat, in a couple of weeks if the sun comes out, could you take another photo of your wagon and roof in the sunlight? :eek:

    I'd like to get another idea of that combination in the light if you don't mind.
     
  20. jimmy959
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    Here's my Ranch Wagon - currently fitted with wide whites and caps.
     

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  21. oso64
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    an action shot of mine.-Jimmy-
     

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  22. Yesterday morning I posted two pics of my '96 Roadmaster shop wagon. Both picture posts were deleted with no explanation why. Can anyone shed some light on why my pics were removed?
     
  23. this site is pre-1965
     
  24. Tantank49
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    Did you say 96? It's a bit new for this site.
     
  25. Justin N
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    Heres my 61 lark wagon. Hope to have it on the road within the next year. It will be getting a sbc here soon.

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  26. 1959Nomad
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    nice staring point, look forward to seeing it take shape
     
  27. Digging the Lark...that will be a neat little car

     
  28. LeoH
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    Good luck Justin, are you sure you wouldn't consider a 259 or 289 drivetrain in that? I get wanting to ditch the flatty, but that's such a straight original car.

    Do considering joining the Studebaker Drivers Club, there are more than enough members who have brand x motors in theirs that even with the sbc, you'll get lots of help with your Lark.

    I've always preferred the single headlight Studebaker models, for some reason. You've got an early year 61, if you didn't already know that.
     
  29. Everett,are you serious?

    You have been a member of the Hamb since 2009,,you knew when you posted it the photos would be deleted!

    The site is '65 and earlier. HRP
     
  30. enloe
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    some from the hot rod reunion in BG
     

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