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    Cool

    Yeah, I emailed him last month to get on the list for the 2019 brackets. Disc brakes are on my list, just waiting on brackets to be available

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    Got it mostly cleaned out... will take a shop-vac and maybe power washer to it soon.. floor seems solid, just dirty.
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    : Finally got my van.

    1965 or 1966 ?


    Also
    I sent you a private message...
    Last edited by gfleduc; 07-11-2019 at 05:56 AM.
    Gary
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    Cool

    If you have light sheet metal welding skills.you will get a good bit of practice with this one.
    that being said.these old girls all most get as much attention in primer as they do finished.
    Get her running and stopping then drive her as much as you can.
    The interest and thumbs up will be noticed.
    Those fiberglass window surrounds are also hard to find spot van parts...

    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    Funny story with the window moldings
    30 years ago, I think shortly after this was parked, my uncle was working at a junkyard and they got one of these vans in and took all the trim pieces out of it.
    There's a few chips in some of the trim, but they're all there

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    Wow! it's like Deja Vu, This is my '66 a little over 2 years ago.
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    You can check out my progress here
    http://www.vcvc.org/showthread.php/2...portvan-Deluxe

    After 2 years I've got it looking like this.
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    Make it stop, make it run, make it pretty. Take your time and please keep those pictures coming.
    1966 Sportvan Deluxe 230 3 on tree (work in progress) Now 283 small block
    1965 Sportvan Deluxe 250 powerglide (Sold)
    1965 Chevy Van Panel (Project)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    Funny story with the window moldings
    30 years ago, I think shortly after this was parked, my uncle was working at a junkyard and they got one of these vans in and took all the trim pieces out of it.
    There's a few chips in some of the trim, but they're all there
    Congrats on the van! Be careful with those moldings, they are old and brittle. Best place to store them is installed in the van unless you have a big storage area.

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