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Projects New toy. 62 Buick Invicta wagon

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  1. dweb7321
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    Finally got the radiator in and made the 30 mile trek from the shop to my house.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG]


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  3. CowboyTed
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    Nice! I love the process of working the bugs out of a car until you finally trust it to get you there. I never stop carrying tools, though! :p
     
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  4. oldwood
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    Its nice to see that you care enough about your neighborhood to bring home a REAL car. Oh honey??? Come see what he's brought home now!!! lol
     
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    I'm a pretty boring person otherwise, gotta give the neighbors something to talk about lol. And I think half of my tools are scattered in the rear floorboard right now. One important piece I have overlooked that I may need to address is a spare tire though...


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    dweb, let me know if you need any pieces of chrome{have just a few} or any thing else.I have a some stuff off that 64 buick wagon I had. I am sure will fit your wagon. I have just sitting here, in side the shop, windshield pillers post covers{for the inside of the windshield}, ash tray with the lighter, master cylinder, some lettering , 2 rear tire inside covers and the right side cargo pannel and more I wont be using any more. I even may be able to send you pictures of the stuff.Thanks Bruce.
     
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  7. dweb7321
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  8. dweb, sorry that gone aready.Bruce.
     
  9. dweb7321
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    Finally got around to lowering the front. Cut 1.5 rounds off each spring. Gotta save up for some jamco rears now unless anyone knows a cheaper alternative


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    Jamco has a new, free parts catalogue. I believe they have expanded their line.
     
  11. dweb7321
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    One of the best cheap fixes I've done so far. New urethane track bar bushings. Drives like a completely different car.


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  12. low budget
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    Lookin good!, I saw you pulling out from your place (I guess) the other day then you passed me on lincoln parkway heading to the E-town car show, I recognized the car from on here, It looked good cruizin down the road, My wife even said "We need to get us an old wagon" as you went around us;)
     
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  13. LostBoy
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    I try to replace every piece of rubber with urethane. Even in new cars. It's amazing how much better they drive.

    Awesome wagon!


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  14. She LOOLING GOOD!!!! Bruce.
     
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  15. dweb7321
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    What were you driving? Are from Campbellsville?


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