Sarge 1960 Chevy Parkwood

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Year:
1960
Color:
Green
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8 Cylinder
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CHEVROLET|PARKWOOD STATION WAGON
  1. Paladin62

    Paladin62 Well-Known Member

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    Great looking wagon! Are you planning to use the roof rack shown in the first picture?
     
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    Paladin62 Well-Known Member

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    I regret to inform you...I threw it away...Sorry They came off of a AMC Pacer
     
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    OK thanks. Love those old Chevy wagons!
     
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    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    Paladin, did you have a build thread going on Sarge?
     
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    Not quite sure how to accomplish that. I have lots of pictures, receipts, etc. How does the thread work?
     
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    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    Pictures are great! Basically you start at the beginning and chronicle the process up to the point you are at now. Then, going forward you can make updates as they happen.

    I would say the best place to do that would be here:
    http://www.stationwagonforums.com/forums/forums/station-wagon-projects.32/

    Click on the blue box that says "Post New Thread" A page will come up with a dialog box and a spot for a title. I'd say make an introduction and then start from the beginning. Don't try to tell it all in one post, break it up a little.

    Here's an example of one fellow who did just that with his Pontiac wagon:
    http://www.stationwagonforums.com/forums/threads/my-1964-pontiac-catalina-safari-build.39708/

    It may seem daunting at first, but it's actually very simple. I have done a few and I found it enjoyable to go back through my photos and relive everything, the triumphs and the defeats.
    I know it's not everyone's bag, but there are plenty of folks on here that love to see a project as it progresses from one state to the next. I should know, I'm one of them. :thumbs2:
     

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