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    Some new pic w/new wheels

     



    Put some new wheels on my wagon. Got them at the York Street Rod show back in June. They are the new black chrome look. Also finally got the front bumper mounted which helps complete the front end. Am hopefully going to put it in paint by the spring. Going to be 2 tone. Oyster white on the bottom and twilight turquoise metallic on top. They are actually 1960 Plymouth colors that I got on the web.
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    Very nice! I really dig the black chrome look!
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    Wow, a chop really works good on that body style. In fact, I like it so much that I can't take my eyes off it long enough to look at the wheels. Good Job.

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    Yeah, the wagon looks fantastic, and the wheels set it off nicely. Now if you could just black chrome the bumper.... but then it would be the grill...... and then the headlight rings..... Lookin' good, just the way it is!!
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    I agree with everyone else, great chop just makes that body pleasing.

    Great choice on the wheel also!

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    Looks really great. Love to have a ride in it.

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    I'd be proud to have that sitting in my driveway!


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