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Resurrecting a '50 Chevy Tin Woody

Discussion in 'New to the H.A.M.B.? Introduce yourself here!' started by mahlmann, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. mahlmann
    Joined: Jan 20, 2011
    Posts: 5

    mahlmann
    Member

    Greetings H.A.M.B.'ers! I've already gotten some great help here and thought I'd introduce myself and our project. My wife spotted the '50 Chevy tin woody as part of an estate sale up in Salem OR. It's VERY apart but has all good body panels, seats, and wheels. Although it has a freshly rebuilt 216, I'm building up a moderately hod-rodded 235 with dual carbs and exhaust. I'm also swapping out the 3 on the tree for a '54 Powerglide. We're building this one to be a good driver suitable for parades, tours, and picnics.
    Other Chevys in our possession include a '58 Impala. '69 El Camino SS-396 and a '96 Caprice with some nice options that came from the Waltrip family in Albuquerque. (They all like to go fast!)
    Geographically we're located at the southern end of San Francisco Bay.
    Thanks again for all the good info and great help. I'll be in touch!
    Best regards,

    Mike Ahlmann
    Sunnyvale, CA
     
  2. redlinetoys
    Joined: May 18, 2004
    Posts: 4,301

    redlinetoys
    Member
    from Midwest

    Good intro!

    I love these steel "woodies". Looking forward to hearing about and seeing more of your project.

    Welcome Mike!
     
  3. They are a fun car. We've had a blast in ours.
     
  4. jkane
    Joined: Sep 20, 2007
    Posts: 70

    jkane
    Member

    Welcome. Building a 52 with a Big block.
     

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