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'76 Wagon
« on: June 07, 2021, 10:26:19 PM »
'76 Wagon

This is PopBumper's resto project.  I bought it from him about 1.5 years ago and have made some progress:  carpet, aftermarket steering wheel, 2" dropped spindles, 1" lowered in back, 15x7 chrome wheels/baby moons, powder coated brake handle, lots of NOS parts, etc.
If you want to see a detailed description, find PopBumper's string on the subject.  He did a LOT of the hard work, and accumulated a LOT of parts in the process.  I'm sure I'll forget some of it, but the string will tell you a lot about what he did.
There were a number of pics showing his progress in the string, too.  I have some current pics, but I'll take/provide more to anyone who's interested.  I firmly believe that everything is there to complete the car, it just needs assembly and time which I'm just at a loss for now.  My priority is my other car, the Cosworth Pinto, and I don't want them to divide my time between them.

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