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  1. rrmac54

    rrmac54 New Member

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    Just posting to introduce myself. Came to Texas in the sixties in the family 57 Chevy wagon when I was 7. Bought my first wagon in 1975, it was a 1973 Volvo 145. Left the wagon world but got a Suburban 1993 to haul the family (it's a long roof, right?). Now I've got a 1964 Volvo 222, and a 1959 Volvo Duett frame off restoration. As you can tell I like Volvo's. Hope to be worthy of membership. duett.jpg
     
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    HotRodRacer Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Welcome, glad to have you here. Post more pictures when you can, we all love pictures here.
     
  3. OrthmannJ

    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    Welcome aboard rrmac54. Sounds like you have some interesting stuff. Don't be afraid to share photos of what you got.
     
  4. Krash Kadillak

    Krash Kadillak Well-Known Member

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    Welcome, rrmac54! Those Volvos are going to be cool. I can already tell........

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    The 64 is running, I'm rebuilding the front end. The Duett is going to be awhile. It's off the frame and the block is in the machine shop.
     
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    That is Huber cool!
     

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