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  • Blazerteam
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    Found the Oldsmobile for sale in one of the swedish sites.

    http://www.blocket.se/vi/16967079.htm?ca=11_s

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  • squirrel
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    My 59 chevy extended cab pickup is one of none.

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  • HoosierGTA
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    Originally posted by Nik


    Now go find the guy again and take some. ;D

    Nik
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  • Blazerteam
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    Speaking of unusual two door wagons.Saw an ad for a 58 Oldsmobile two door hardtop stationwagon in a swedish magazine the other day.Supposedly one of two built in 58 in Belgium.It looked like a 4 door hardtop wagon,just witout the rear doors.

    And there are a 59 imperial two door stationwagon in sweden too.Also one of two,and built in belgium.

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    Now go find the guy again and take some. ;D

    Nik

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  • tcbnj
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    Rare? 1 of none and 1 of ????

    Not sure where to put this post.....redirect me if I am wrong.

    At the local cruise (parking lot walk around) saw two odd ducks:

    First a guy pulls in with a mid 50's 2 door 2 tone Mercury wagon. As he gets out of the car I say "I didn't know Mercury made a 2 door wagon" he says "they didn't, this is a custom job".

    The car was pretty and looked factory. Owner says he bought it 2 weeks ago after chasing after it for a couple of years. The prior owner took a 4 door 56 Mercury wagon and converted it to 2 door "Nomad" style including changing the rear post of the front doors to lean forward. Car had a front and rear Mercury fascia, beautiful red & white two-tone paint separated by ‘just right’ chrome trim. It really did look factory and the owner made it clear it was not Ford wagon with a Merc front clip.

    Unfortunately no pics

    Second - a 1967 'all original' light blue factory 4 speed 396 Caprice with rallye gauges. There was window sticker that listed the dealer location at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Not sure how rare but I met a guy on the '08 Power Tour who was driving a 1966 factory 4 speed big block Caprice and he said they only made 10 BB/4 speed Caprices in '66

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