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    64 Chevy Van

    https://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/6048231561.html
    This is just a few miles away from me if anyone is interested. Personally I cant remember the last time I saw one with a "5bbl carb".
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    1969 Chevy Panel, 250 CID, 3 Spd.with OD, 3.36 "WedgieVan" Daily Driver
    1967 Chevy Panel, 230 CID, 3 Spd. 3.36 "UtiliVan" 292 TFI coming. Owned since 76
    1964 GMC Panel, 194 CID, 3 Spd. "CruchoVan"
    1965 GMC HandiBus Custom, 194 CID, 3 Spd. "MilkVan" Seized Engine
    1965 Chevy Panel 350 CID 6 cylinder, 3 Spd. "RustoRoof" Runs but wiring bad
    1969 Chevy 108 Display 307 CID THM 350 Power Brakes 3.73 Posi
    1965 Chevy Panel, V8, 3 Spd. "Gold Hills Van" Best body of my 65s

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    LOL

    "Pink in hand"

    lol

    I understand he is trying to refer to the title, but it could be confused that he has something else in his hand!



    64' wikivan 230/4 onda tree/2.56 posi
    '64 Red Baron no engine/trans
    '65 Hella Sunshine 400 SBC, vortec heads/th350/3.36 posi
    '66 "Lucky" 230/3 onda tree/project

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    Remember, they're still printing money, but they aren't making any more earlies!

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    Trump Van ! Grab them by their
    Crazy840

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    Ugh, those tail lights.

    Very few passenger car taillights look good on an early. The Pontiac Firebird/Astre, and 90's Cadillac DeVille are the only two that come to mind. But even so, I wouldn't change the stockers out any more.


    Gregg Groff


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    1968 Chevy G20 108 panel 350 V8 -- Soon to be 454 powered!

    1965 Chevy G10 panel- OHC Pontiac inline 6

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    Agreed. Why butcher classic sheetmetal? puke



    64' wikivan 230/4 onda tree/2.56 posi
    '64 Red Baron no engine/trans
    '65 Hella Sunshine 400 SBC, vortec heads/th350/3.36 posi
    '66 "Lucky" 230/3 onda tree/project

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanner68 View Post
    Remember, they're still printing money, but they aren't making any more earlies!

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    Free ad and 24 pictures................the dude post one. ?

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    Cool

    Not the first time this van has made it to this part of our forums.....
    On the tail lights......WTFWTTOS
    But it's custom.Just ask them they will tell you so.
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    👎

    Looked at this the other day. Very bad shape. So much rot, 20 gallons of bondo, and even some spray foam.
    Last edited by Kreton; 04-24-2017 at 08:28 PM.

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    lot of rot you say?-- serious or easy repair??

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    It's pretty bad. Not easily repairable at all.

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