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Show us your 2 door wagon, panel or sedan delievery

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by seesko, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. surfgeezer
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    new try.....
     

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  2. Buford
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    Here's my '56 sedan delivery in 1967, and today's '56 panel...happy motoring!
     

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  3. swbatt
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  4. Cerberus
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    Here's mine which I built in the late 80's.
     

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  5. MrGasser
    Joined: Oct 24, 2001
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    from DETROIT


    ...also, try and save those curved rear side pieces of glass!
     
  6. Provience
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    Awesome, these are some amazing rides in here!
     
  7. purplerod
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    from florida

    heres our 31 chevy[​IMG]ic.com/126bdjs.jpg[/IMG]
     
  8. purplerod
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    from florida

  9. I don't got it no more.:(

    Old shots 039b.jpg

    I loved it, but never got anywhere on it. Car in my avitar took pressidence.

    Doug.:cool:
     
  10. purplerod
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    from florida

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  11. purplerod
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    from florida

  12. choppd27'Munster
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    '59 country sedan
     

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  13. The next project.

    Takes 2 to make one good one.

    Oldmics
     

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  14. straight8buick
    Joined: Dec 9, 2008
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    '53 Plymouth, Chrysler hemi, 671, coupla Holleys, th400, 9" ford locker, etc.....
     

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  15. Chopperman
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  16. mgtstumpy
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    Friends old Willy's that he moved on years ago.
     

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  17. outlaw256
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    hey thats my car!!!!!!!!!!! i didnt know that was here.well i dont remember i being up here anyway.lol
     
  18. That is TOO COOL!:) HRP
     
  19. Oldmics, now that is awesome!

    ......I'd have to save both though.
    Those are the ultimate in wagons.
     
  20. 1moore
    Joined: Aug 26, 2008
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    Looking good. I bought the two nash's from you a couple of years ago and you were showing me the woodie.Looks like you have made some great progress!
     
  21. moval57wagon
    Joined: Nov 12, 2011
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    OK...Heres mine

    57 Chevy 210 Wagon....283 with a three speed. I have had the car for about 12 years. Plans call for a sixties type street racer or Junior Stocker. I have a 350 and 4 spped for it, but I might build the 283 as I would have in high school (No Money...LOL). Looking for a pair of 15 x 4 Cragar S/S wheels for the front and some 15 x 7 or 8 steelies for the rear.



    I know the other one dosnt quite fit here on the HAMB, but it is my daily driver and work truck. 2008 HHR panel...Lowered with Salt Flat type wheels. I like it because of the resembalance to the 48 to 54 Chevy panels.
     

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  22. I gots a nice little (actually BIG!) 59 Sedan Delivery. 350/350 I am presently getting it ready for paint ... going for 1955 chev glacier blue with india ivory lid.


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    The engine is a fourbolt 300hp from a 70SS ... Notice the oil filler knockout ... I plan on setting the appearance as if it was a 283 with script valve covers, oil filler and stock four barrel air and stickers .... lots of stickers!


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    This is my paint choice ... photoshopped

    I was originally considering competition orange with a white roof ... but dang, it looked like a big Dreamscicle ice cream bar LOL
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  23. Provience
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    So for those of us who are new to this game, what year is that willy's? That thing is badass !
     
  24. mgtstumpy
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    It was originally a '40 sedan I believe.
     
  25. jazzfidelity
    Joined: Sep 19, 2011
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    what a great thread, i always dug the 2-door wagons.. particularly the 1955 Pontiac non-safari 2-door Chieftain wagon, the early Ford falcons, and the 1964 Chevelle 2-door wagon... they've all become so rare..
     
  26. VooDoo Child 56
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    from Jersey

    I hope to be on the road in 2012!!
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  27. SHTBOX29
    Joined: Mar 24, 2005
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    Here is mine, 1953 ,it was a carpenters delivery it still had nails, sawdust and scrapwood in it when I got it. sbc auto (driver)
     

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  28. vh1950
    Joined: Aug 21, 2009
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    Here is some pics of a project I recently brought, felt lucky because the body & paint was already done, fenders, doors, half-quarters plus lots of new chrome, (front bumper, emblems, door handles, headlamp & tailight bezels) some new glass w/felts & all the rubbers for the glass & doors already installed. So, most of the what I call "hard work" is done.

    Plans are to make a driveable junior stock look-a-like, that can hopefully run in the mid to high 13's.

    So far I have got the wheels & tires, removed rear suspension & cleaned & painted, rebuilding the engine. Found two original seats that are at the upholstery shop.

    Car did show signs of being gasser, m/p or brk car. Large hole in floor for floor shifter and from inside the rear wheel wells above where the half quarters were installed you can see a little half-circle piece of metal maybe where it was cut out for large tires.
     

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  29. koolkemp
    Joined: May 7, 2004
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    What kind of chassis is your delivery using?
     

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