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RussH



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Join date : 2018-01-30

PostSubject: Glad To Be Here   Tue Jan 30, 2018 7:15 am

Many thanks for having a forum for our unique rides. After searching for many years for a 91-93 Caprice with no wood grain I was finally able to make my purchase, a 91, a couple of months ago. I LOVE THIS CAR! I have always been a huge fan of the older lead sleds, and owned a few, but before now never had a wagon. The ride alone was worth the wait! I haven't had time yet to do much with her, just replaced the factory steelies and wire hub caps yesterday. Although many owners have gone to larger diameter wheels, and they look great most of the time, I wanted the "old school" look so I stuck with 15" five spoke wheels. That alone has made a great improvement in the appearance, I can hardly wait to get a fresh coat of paint on her, this thing is an open pallet with sooo many possibilities. At this time I'm thinking of going Hot Rod Black like I used on my 60 Bel Air with Burgandy or simular accent.
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Join date : 2013-02-20
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Location : Marion,NC

PostSubject: Re: Glad To Be Here   Tue Jan 30, 2018 10:26 am

Welcome to the forum,Russ. Tons of great info here. Make sure you peruse the archives. You will get some great modding ideas for sure. Post up pics of that new ride when you can. Happy modding...
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Location : Palm Beach County

PostSubject: Re: Glad To Be Here   Tue Jan 30, 2018 1:20 pm

Welcome aboard and pics when you get a chance (we love pics!)
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