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  1. #76
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    Re: The daddywagon

    I almost daily drive it. I do show off burnouts all the time. Leaving lights and parking lots mostly. If I had more traction something might break, but with 225’s the tires are taking most of the abuse. Too much fun.

  2. #77
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    Re: The daddywagon

    https://youtu.be/J_P_gYBkW7Y

  3. #78
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    is that the LTD police car wheels? Awesome build!
    I do have a vortech blower for that car sitting around.. humm.

  4. #79
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    Yes. 2006-2011 crown vic police wheels. I am gonna have a set powder coated white. I just need to buy 2 more. I have 2 extra already. It is not the fastest car out there, but for what it is, it’s awesome. I get looks as soon as it fires up. The v8 rumble combined with the small station wagon turns heads.

  5. #80
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    Re: The daddywagon


    nelzweldz


    Quote Originally Posted by nelzweldz View Post
    I am gonna have a set powder coated white. I just need to buy
    2 more . . . it’s awesome. I get looks as soon as it fires up . . .
    I liked the previous white-wheel-treatment better - it was less
    authoritative, and more dismissal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelzweldz View Post
    Yes. 2006-2011 crown vic police wheels. I am gonna have a set powder coated white. I just need to buy 2 more. I have 2 extra already. It is not the fastest car out there, but for what it is, it’s awesome. I get looks as soon as it fires up. The v8 rumble combined with the small station wagon turns heads.
    If someone said they'd build any car I wanted, for free. 1970 Olds Vista Cruiser wagon with a TH400 and an LS6. Gold on the inside/burgundy on the outside. Keystones and.......I have no idea what tire to go for today.
    I love me some wagons. I built a 67 Skylark ? wagon, similar to the Vista Cruncher,with a powerglided 310 ? ( all aluminum Buick engine ?) back in da day. Later I had a 66 Falcon I crammed a 390/335 in. Death wagon. Nail it and pray. It was all over the road fishtailing.
    My cousin and I did a Vega wagon in ??? 78 or so with a wound tite 283 and a powerglide. Same story.30 MPH kick and pray. F60/14 Springfields. Scary tire
    I pulled the back side windows and oxy act welded( with coat hangers) some metal in to make a "panel wagon" out of the thing.
    The tailgate had " dream weaver" and some bikini chicks airbrushed on it Fun times

  7. #82
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    Re: The daddywagon

    Out freaking standing!

  8. #83
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    Re: The daddywagon

    For me it might have to be the last caprice wagon. Had an LS1 already, so easy to fit an LS6. Or a Dodge Magnum.

    Or if money was no option... the mercedes E wagon AMG.

  9. #84
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    Re: The daddywagon

    Thanks to all of you wagon fans! It isn’t done yet, so I will keep updating as I go.

  10. #85
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    Too bad so many of your posts were lost in the Great Crash... this is a great project.
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  11. #86
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    Re: The daddywagon

    The Daddywagon needs new front hub bearings on both sides.

  12. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    Too bad so many of your posts were lost in the Great Crash... this is a great project.
    Yeah. It was a tough loss. But I am glad to update. If I can get wheel bearings both sides done in a week then I can make the last Lehigh Valley Cars and Coffee of the season.

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    I am gonna upgrade to 2000 cobra r brembo brakes!! Bettah axe sumbodi!!

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    I need wider spacers!

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    Them studs are gonna be looking a bit short too


    I love the dual caliper idea

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