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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
My Commer van is powered by a superchared 350 Chev with Turbo 400 and Dana diff
A different shade of blue and new style flame job....
Royal Australian Air Force WWII inspiration.
Can I see my 38 in these three colours please guys ?
Leave them black! JMO
Here's the car we used for my wedding
Am I too late?
The only way to be too late is to not show up at all.....
Thank You @madfish THANK YOU!!!
This is why i now have to do a rebuild on my 62 Commer van that is called Gumby. I was driving to the middle of Australia to the Red Centre Nats when a 1950's Lanc Bulldog tractor T boned me when he could not stop the tractor at a set of traffic lights . This is why i am now thinking of changing the look of Gumby
That's quite the range of colors....
Wow...That really sucks. At least you didn't get hurt. Keep us posted on how you decide to go. I hope you're thinking of starting a build/rebuild thread !
Thanks Moose God that Suzuki colour is awful I'm torn between the blue and the pale green
That's f--kin gross......
Can anyone move the rear wheels/wheel opening toward the back of the van?
Maybe some color and some cool wheels?
A little lower than stock?
Thank you in advance you guys are wizards..
Choose the easiest..
I need to move the axle 10" back and would like to get an idea of how it woyld look.
A little inspiration
Moose, Not to tell you HOW,
consider just moving the back Panel ahead ten inches...?
I'm liking the panel van concept. Here's my take.
Nice. . Thank you..
I think it will look funky if i move the opening back so i might have to move the axle forward..
So thats stock wheel base...
I think that black painted lower part throws the proportiins off...
How about turning this into a COE panel truck ???
Is it possible to add a set of tail light chrome grilles to the front bumper cavities?
Maybe frosted white lenses?
(It doesn't have to be this car.)
I'd love to see how the front end could be resolved with a stock Deuce grille insert.
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