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Makes you wonder why as you get older something like this appeals to one, but it is in the garage and so I do have to look at it. Still a work in progress, so, ideas on what one could do to make it look a bit more appealing would be good. Tires, wheels, it has a blue interior so I suppose that has to stay. How about neat ideas on a tailgate the original tailgates were "uuuugly"?
This thing rooms with a Vulcan Motorcycle, a Diesel powered Cushman scooter and a 41 Chevy sedan and I think it is making them ill.
Wow, think I might pass on that. Have to raise the garage about 8 feet. I wonder what kind of production wheels that have a bit of class might fit on that. Gave it a 200 CID engine transplant for a bit more power.
Thanks for the pictures, I really like the grey color and the chrome steelys/moons. You gave me a couple of ideas. We had a 64 van centuries ago and had a Saint Bernard dog. He would ride sitting on top of the engine hood, people looked at you a bit strange when you met them on the road.
I have a parts truck here that the previous owner did that to. I think he did it to cover all the holes that had rusted through. What I find is they tend to hold moisture under the wood and advances the metal to rust faster. So I would be against that. The wood tends to hold the rains causing moisture.
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