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Any Fans of Working Sedan Deliveries?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BigFinCad, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. BigFinCad
    Joined: Apr 10, 2005
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    Thought it would be cool to see pics of Sedan Deliveries that are actually used for business, advertising or otherwise.
    Here is me and my partners 52 Chevrolet. Its amazing how much these things can carry. We also tow a 4 ft by 6 ft enclosed trailor loaded with vending tables, racks and inventory. Show me your deliveries.

    Big Rich
    Lonely Knights Kustoms
     

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  2. etperf10
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    from indiana

    I use magnetic stickers for car shows or the races for my chassis shop
     

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  3. Ghost28
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    That is cool I have seen the delivery before, and your avatar just last weekend. And they are both really nice. I am building a early chevy delivery and have been considering using the sides, for advertising my office furniture installation and delivery company. I think it would be cool to make service call in it...John
     

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  4. BigFinCad
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    Nice 49...Thanks for the pic

    Big Rich
     

  5. BigFinCad
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    Yep,thats my Caddy also....Thanks for your pic...Wish I woulda met you at Ron's, next time make sure to say hi. It would be great to meet you. Thats a cool delivery you are building.

    Big Rich
     
  6. socalmerc
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    from socal

    heres one i am doing for my dad its a 47 ford, kinda got put on the back burner so i could finish his 67 vette
     

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  7. pasadenahotrod
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    It wouldn't hurt to be able to deduct the build and operating expenses as advertising and company expenses either, would it?
     
  8. Ghost28
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    Oh yeah. Wouldn't hurt ;)
     
  9. Lobucrod
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    from Texas

    Heres my '50 that I stuffed a 401 Nailhead in. It will eventually be painted up with our company logo. It will get some trailer pulling duty.
     

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  10. BigFinCad
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    I like that!!!
     
  11. thewildturkey46
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    from Rice, MN

    A pic of mine.............I haul turkeys to market in it.
     

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  12. skullhat
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    heres my 55, just have the co logo in the back window for now, gonna go with it on the side real soon

    skull
     

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  13. jpbanjo
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    from Tulsa, Ok.

    Here's my around town parts chaser, a clone of Pete Brock's 60's era Shelby Shop car.

    [​IMG]
     
  14. mj40's
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    Here is a picture of a buddies from Eastern Idaho. Yep, that's snow you see already.
     

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  15. BigFinCad
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    Nice pictures everyone.....keep it going
     
  16. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    Here's some super rare sedan deliveries.
     

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  17. I know about the town delivery, but what's rare about the first one??
     
  18. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    Well I guess because less than 7000 of them were built between 1928-29. I've seen a few of them, but I'm not sure if they were real or a converted tudor. They were all converted tudors... but you know what I mean.
     
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  19. metalman
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    In other words you drive it to the grocery store with a turkey in the drivers seat? ;) That's a sweet delivery Dale!
     
  20. jpm49c
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    Not recent. But my high school ride in 1968. I put a 265 small block chevy in it. Had a lot of fun. John
     

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  21. Hopefully this thread starts a craze and someone will offer stupid money for mine, just to put their name on the side...lol
     

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  22. Ramblur
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    I bought mine in 1975 at age 15. For quite a while everthing I owned
    would fit in the back and follow me where ever I wanted to go. From
    dragstrip warrior to cross country moving van it was always ready to
    step up for whatever I asked of it. Marriage,kids,work etc. may have
    sidelined it for a while but for the last 2-3 years it has become a
    working car again. I work on it in the garage every chance I get.:D
    [​IMG]
     
  23. Hyway Hauler
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    A guy down the street from me has a 1963 Dodge panel truck for sale. It has a slant six, and is three on the tree. Its all pretty original, and has lots of spare parts! He wants 4000$ O.B.O. I was thinking about buying it, here are some pics of it.

    63dodge.jpg

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  24. BigFinCad
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    Kool Ride...thanks for sharing, Peace out, Dude
     
  25. I bought a 1957 Chevy Sedan Delivery just like yours in 1974 from Stick City on Whittier Blvd. I was 16 and had it for 17 years, but unfortunately sold it to go back to college. Every time I see one now, I say "I shouldn't of sold it!" My wife and kids are sick of hearing it. Never sell yours, you will regret.
     
  26. Heres mine, 34 SD got the chassis done and of course changed those tires (yikes) it will be sweet !!!!
     

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  27. chopnchaneled
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    Great thread !! keepem coming.
    i've got a 46 ford delivery that about 3/4ths done, will post pic's when i
    figure it out how to.
     
  28. Here's 2 of mine the '38 and big fat 92 Buick. I know the Caddy CTS wagon isn't hamb friendly but will be done hot rod style.

    Mikey
    www.mikeyspinstriping.com
     

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  29. I used this '54 Courier when I had the Over The Hill Rod Shop in Lincoln, NE around '87-'88. 302 with a C-4. Ran very well, and kids loved the Tweety Bird on the rear door. The '47 Chevy was a also parts runner.
     

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  30. oilslinger53
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    from covina CA

    You wouldn't have been able to tell by looking at it as I leave my signboard blank, but I used mine for appliance repairs for years. And I will again as soon as it's finished again.
    This time I'll have a magnetic sign for it. In the works-
    [​IMG]
    Blue and white, Maytag baby!
     

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