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Thread: Hello from North Georgia

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    Hello from North Georgia

    New to this great site I have a 1974 cutlass wagon currently in the body shop for fresh paint and a few mods I will try to post photos soon as this project goes foward.

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    Welcome, we need more wagons around here.
    Tony K.
    1975 Hurst Olds 455
    1976 442 455

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    I love wagons. Get them pics up.
    One of a mans greatest strengths is to know how stupid he is.

    1973 Cutlass Supreme, 350 auto
    2012 Challenger R/T 6-Speed
    2013 Challenger R/T Auto

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    Welcome to the forum. We love the wagons around here! Pictures are always a good thing!!
    Alan

    1976 Cutlass Supreme (Factory 455)
    1988 Cutlass Supreme Classic
    1964 F-85 Deluxe

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    Welcome, use the link at the top of the page and get that wagon in the registry.

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    Welcome! Glad to see a wagon around here!! Unique is not the word. More like, forgotten those era wagons! What color you painting her?
    What do you have planned? Post pics!

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    Thanks for the warm welcome!!!
    The plan right now is bright red paint with 15x7 painted wheels with dog dish caps if I can find a set, Also I have a 442 hood so Im thinking about making a 442 Wagon what do you guys think??? always open to other ideas thanks Doug

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    Of course you need the 442 hood! It needs swivel buckets and a console too! I was outbid on **bay two years ago on a '74 wagon and haven't been able to find another one close by since.

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    I second the swivel buckets and console... if you want to do it.
    I know converting the column shift to floor can be time consuming and a bit of a challenge.
    I like the dog dish caps, or poverty covers. That would look great.
    What color is the interior going to be'?
    And my only suggestion would be to tint those big glass windows .. Make it look cool
    Wagon's kick ass...!

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    Pete,
    The wagon has perfect tan interior so I dont want to mess with it to much but I must admit this color change is taking longer than I thought lots of door jambs to paint but I hope the finished product is worth the trouble time will tell . Doug

    anybody got a set of dog dish caps for sale???????????

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