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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Chris, Jan 6, 2016.

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    The one that donated its life.... so 2 could live.

    ha ha

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    believe it or not, it looks like it has a couple usable parts.. have a '58 Custom 300 in need of the rear quarter window stuff.
     
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    I snapped a pic just before i took the complete roof from the base of the pillars , complete firewall and tops of the rear quarters....The only thing I could not take was the frame.. no place to store it.... which was a shame.... the front crossmember was in great shape. Someone swapped out the rear for a late model rear which had little value.
    Trust me.. I had a hard time cutting that up....
     
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    from Mn.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ My new screen background, thank you.
     
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    OK.........NOW I see!!! The 58 had 57 tail lights because the 58 lights would break if the tail gate was dropped!!
    Never noticed and I'm an old dude!
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  20. But '58 station wagons had tailgates that dropped down also and they didn't break taillights.
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    Is there something I'm missing here?
     
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  21. Going through old photo albums with all my spare time.
    Puyallup Goodguys, can't remember what year.

    1957 Ranchero.jpg
     
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    That side trim is what was on my 57 Ranchwagon. That is a 57 as the 57 fenders have the ridge running the top, 58s had a divot down the top of the fender.
     
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