HAVE YOU SEEN THIS?

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  1. Krash Kadillak

    Krash Kadillak Well-Known Member

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    Somebody on a Facebook page posted a clip from an Instagram page, showing a 'period photo' taken at the 1982 Street Machine Nationals. The photo is of a 1971 Pontiac clamshell wagon, turned into a sedan delivery, with a high-rise hood and full custom paint.

    Does anyone remember seeing this vehicle? Google doesn't seem to know about it, so I doubt it still exists.


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    Steve-E-D Well-Known Member

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    Ugly as sin and badass as heck!
     
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    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    I haven't either, and red markings on yellow were quite popular in the early-to-mid Eighties for customized GM cars.
     
  4. Krash Kadillak

    Krash Kadillak Well-Known Member

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    Looking at the photo a little more closely, I'm now wondering whether it was made from a 'clamshell' at all. That door on the right side sure looks like it's a '2-door length', and it doesn't appear to have a window frame for it. This thing MAY have been made from a 2-door hardtop or convertible........ windshield's been cut down too....
     
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    That was kind of what I thought when I initially looked at it. Gotta love those cheesy flip up sunroofs.
     
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    I agree...probably made from a 2 door model. In those days you could walk into ANY junkyard and saw off the top of your choice of many clamshells
     
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    Regardless what it was made out of, looks like a lot of welding in the back..vans were the rage then and who needs a van when youve got this! I love it!
     
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    Your picture does not exist either.

    sorry

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    Krash still had a copy, hope you dont mind that i reposted it for you!
     
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    THANK YOU !!!!!

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