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Join date : 2016-05-15
Age : 44
Location : New Castle Delaware

PostSubject: Back in a Wagon :)   Fri Oct 07, 2016 2:17 pm

Well guess it's time i made a post lol. So after a 6 month search i am finally back in a wagon. So after basically giving my mother my Outback my daily has been my Impala or, soon to be driving on her own, daughter's Jeep. I needed something for me to cruise in and my son has been bugging me as he wants a wagon to cruise in......mind you he turns 13 in a couple weeks lol. So i figured it was the best bang for the buck and i did miss my previous wagon and everytime i see Dan at the track with it i'm a little sad. So he and i looked around for awhile and found this 94 with 85k on the clock. I really didn't want woodgrain, but this one was interesting in that it has no trim around it. Not sure if that's how the Chevy's came with woodgrain and only the Roadies got the trim or not. Either way it looks cleaner to me and if i want to dewood in the future it is much simpler. I also loved the burgundy interior. Drove 7 hours to WV to pick it up and drive back home that same day. I need to take some more pics of it cell phone age has made me lazy with uploadable pictures lol. Just wanted to say hi again since i haven't been on the wagon section in awhile Smile This weekend wagon makes it's first drag backup debut for ECIRS day, as long as it doesn't rain! Gonna be a long day with a trip to ice hockey in Wilkes Barre then a run straight to the track from there.

Old wagon i miss for reference

New Wagon when we got it.

How it looks now Smile

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Join date : 2009-08-01
Age : 53
Location : Lewisberry, PA

PostSubject: Re: Back in a Wagon :)   Fri Oct 07, 2016 5:01 pm

I remember pictures of your OLD wagon. Beautiful car!

New wagon - Wood was optional on the Chevy's and standard on the Roadmasters, but both had the small aluminum trim around the wood (upper). Buick went with a heavy stainless belt-line, while Chevy had a body color plastic strip with a chrome (plastic) insert in it, as you know.

Either way it looks like a nice clean car. I polished my upper trim to get rid of the peeling "wood".

Welcome back!

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Join date : 2013-02-20
Age : 49
Location : Marion,NC

PostSubject: Re: Back in a Wagon :)   Sat Oct 08, 2016 10:34 am

Looks like a great welcome back wagon. Red guts?
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Join date : 2014-08-09
Age : 45
Location : Slidell/Pearl River, Louisiana

PostSubject: Re: Back in a Wagon :)   Sat Oct 08, 2016 9:01 pm

Nice looking wagon...looks like the dog is worn out from swapping the wheels! Very Happy
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Age : 64
Location : Geneva, New York

PostSubject: Re: Back in a Wagon :)   Sun Oct 09, 2016 7:12 pm

You added a dog???
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