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    Quote Originally Posted by HyperPete View Post
    I'd love to see some pictures of the Chevelle!
    Here are a couple. It still has the original Forest Green paint. I installed disc brakes all around with 2" drop spindles, Eibach springs up front and fat sway bars early this year. I'll go out and take a pic under the hood after I get up later.
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    Nice! I love late 60's & early 70's muscle cars, particularly GM and Mopar...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HyperPete View Post
    Nice! I love late 60's & early 70's muscle cars, particularly GM and Mopar...
    Thanks. I am partial to them also. I bought the engine and built it a year before I found the right car to put it in. When I saw this wagon I had to have it. At the time I had two boys in car seats so this was the perfect muscle car for me. I just fixed it up the way I would a two door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David327 View Post
    Thanks. I am partial to them also. I bought the engine and built it a year before I found the right car to put it in. When I saw this wagon I had to have it. At the time I had two boys in car seats so this was the perfect muscle car for me. I just fixed it up the way I would a two door.
    Nice work my friend. It is probably worth more that a 2-door, as I'm sure there were far fewer wagons, and fewer still surviving! Original paint too... awesome!


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