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Projects Anyone?


Here are a couple of For Sale projects which showed up at the Swap Meet here in Regina on October 6, 2018.IMG_6583.JPGIMG_6584.JPGIMG_6585.JPGIMG_6586.JPGIMG_6587.JPGIMG_6589.JPGIMG_6590.JPG



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That wagon looks solid.

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This old Pontiac looks so darn cool thumbsup.gif

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Agreed, I always loved the looks of the 49-50 Mercs chopped but they got nothin' on this one, it's every bit as cool.

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73SC wrote:

This old Pontiac looks so darn cool thumbsup.gif

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 Yeah it does....but you had better make sure the front and rear glass is with it and fits......I bet the guy chopped it and now cant get glass to fit. Just sayin'



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Pritch wrote:

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 https://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t64986410/1964-parisienne-safari-9-passenger-project-sk/

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details.html?adId=1388124472&utm_source=alerts&utm_campaign=Kijiji_Alert_LISTACTIVEADS&utm_medium=email



-- Edited by Pontiacanada on Sunday 7th of October 2018 06:06:09 AM

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Curious about the front passenger glass in that wagon.  Is it just dropped or missing?



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ZigZag wrote:

Curious about the front passenger glass in that wagon.  Is it just dropped or missing?


 You may have a point. I just assumed it was down but now that you mentioned it and looking at the almost mossy like carpet in the ad, I would thing that glass is gone.  



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Anyone willing to take a close look at this one for me(wagon)? As other members have done for me.....willing to pay for time and fuel. Main concern is the underside..frame/floors..outer skins I can fix. Just don''t want a rust bucket. Rubber mat on the floor with open window?? Would be nice to know how bad/good she is?PM me if willing to help..thanks Jim



-- Edited by hawkeye5766 on Sunday 14th of October 2018 03:10:22 AM

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hawkeye5766 wrote:

Anyone willing to take a close look at this one for me(wagon)? As other members have done for me.....willing to pay for time and fuel. Main concern is the underside..frame/floors..outer skins I can fix. Just don''t want a rust bucket. Rubber mat on the floor with open window?? Would be nice to know how bad/good she is?PM me if willing to help..thanks Jim



-- Edited by hawkeye5766 on Sunday 14th of October 2018 03:10:22 AM


 NP buddy.Send me down a wheel barrel full of money and im on that for you.

You can send my other parts at the same time.



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