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Here is the window from my building when it was used as a service station. It was also a Nash dealer in the 30's[ATTACH]
I got very lucky finding this place. The upstairs garage is 60X25 and the downstairs garage is 125 deep and 25 wide after like the first 30-35...
This is my Downstairs garage.
I got very lucky. Sadly my dad passed away leaving me some money. Not a lot. I really couldn't afford to live where I was so I moved to the coal...
Been around. Going through lots of stuff. No longer own a wagon just hearses. Sarah's white hearse is wagon based though.
Here is my upstairs garage.
Ok posting just about my own experiences. My first 307-350 swap was with a $400 Ebay engine. It had been modified but the guy that bought it...
275/40-18 on an 18X9 wheel 5 inch backspace and a 1 inch spacer on the rear.
Sadly this car is gone. Most of the Performance parts are now on My friend Sarah's Buick Hearse. I do still have the aluminum hood and hinges.
Here is a helpful tool for wheel and tire measurements.
Check here. My room mate got her bumper fillers from there for her Buick. They are a very good product.
I love this car. It really looks great.[IMG]
Well I got some done to the car recently. It has new fenders on it and they are sealed up better than before and the rear holes are sealed up in...
Yours is VERY pretty. Love it.
I cheat. Mine has a 28 inch stretch on a Fleetwood chassis.
Welcome, love both those wagons.
Welcome. I love the Box B-Bodies. Good luck finding the dew wipes. If you need any other info don't hesitate to ask.