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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Imperial King View Post
    Paul, I appreciate you giving all of us the skinny on the car. I am excited to see how things progress on your end. I believe most of us do. It's like cheering for the hometown team at the Thanksgiving Day Football game.
    Anyway, I can say we all appreciate seeing your success going on with the car.
    Thanks! I'm excited to see the progression myself!! After I scoop up this wagon in Kansas, and March 3rd I'll be in MARC's neck of the woods (just north of Ft Worth) to pick up the tailgate. I should have just about all the parts I need to finish this wagon.

    She needs some love, and I'm the man to give it to her!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloverdragger View Post
    Thanks! I'm excited to see the progression myself!! After I scoop up this wagon in Kansas, and March 3rd I'll be in MARC's neck of the woods (just north of Ft Worth) to pick up the tailgate. I should have just about all the parts I need to finish this wagon.

    She needs some love, and I'm the man to give it to her!!
    It's a beautiful thing Paul!
    Think outside the box. Use your imagination.

  3. #43
    Paul did you need a tail light?

    https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/p...493215987.html

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    "She'll Start, You'll Need These."

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by 58Belvedere View Post
    I picked up 3 58 wagon tailights a few weeks back. But thanks for looking out!! I tried to contact that dude for the torqueflite aluminum panel and never got a response..

  5. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by cloverdragger View Post
    I picked up 3 58 wagon tailights a few weeks back. But thanks for looking out!! I tried to contact that dude for the torqueflite aluminum panel and never got a response..
    Cool. Are you going to build it as a '58? I saw the '57 wagon tail light in that CL sale and thought maybe you would want it. The '58's with '57 lenses stacked in top would really brighten it up too. Marc.
    "She'll Start, You'll Need These."

  6. #46
    I'm going to keep it as a 57 front end (since its all complete and dent free original stuff) and just change out the rear taillights to 58 (might also add the 58 reverse lights in the bumper too) I really love the chrome strip on the 58 lens, so I'll pass on the 57 lens on top. That would look crazy tho. I may try it out just to see how it looks.

  7. #47
    Will enjoy watching this build. It's like magic to watch some one else doing the work.

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy Mopar View Post
    Will enjoy watching this build. It's like magic to watch some one else doing the work.
    SO TRUE! You get all the enjoyment of watching something being built, but you don't need to use any energy or money doing so!

    .... Maybe I should charge money?

    LOL JK.


    UPDATE. still trying to get this damn 318 going... I have spark but it just wont fire over... Going to check compression again. I took a video with the distributor in backward, which blew fire out through the intake and set the carburetor on fire LOL

    The other 4 door wagon I found will be paid for soon. 400.00 and it has power brakes and power steering which I'm going to add both to this wagon. (make it easier for my wife to drive it)

    And destruction of the 2 door wagon POS i have will happen this weekend I hope.

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy Mopar View Post
    Will enjoy watching this build. It's like magic to watch some one else doing the work.
    SO TRUE! You get all the enjoyment of watching something being built, but you don't need to use any energy or money doing so!

    .... Maybe I should charge money?

    LOL JK.

    lol I would be glad to pay for all the things I have learned over the past few years. If I didn't have guys like your self to watch. I would not have come as far as I have. Now off to work with you and take pics please.

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