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9/25/2017 6:04 PM  #1


Got two craigslist finds for you. 1 potentially cool the other..WTH??


If multiple things can go wrong, the one that will go wrong will be the one that causes the most damage.
 

9/30/2017 10:43 AM  #2


Re: Got two craigslist finds for you. 1 potentially cool the other..WTH??

Yeah, putting a Lincoln on pontoons to make a top heavy boat is questionable. Please tell me the builder created a paddle wheel drive.

That body style on the wagon was used as Falcons, Fairlanes, and Torinos. You could use factory parts to bolt in 302, 351W, 351M, 351C, 352, 390, 406, 427, 428, 429, 460. I agree that car could be a great hot rod. Bash cruiser anyone?

 

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