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Old 10-08-2019, 01:04 PM
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1955 four door wagon, kind of ugly but angry as heck

bought for 5k. chassis 15k, summer of welding floor pans . going to start with 496 580 hp hyd roller fast efi/T56 magnum, strange 3:91 and Baer 14" 6s. collecting parts for hi hp engine lighter after I get accustomed to car driving habits. my build season is coming to end, I have outdoor shop and live at 7000 ft in CA.
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I'm a huge fan of wagons...and anything different!!
I have a 54 wagon I'm building with LS2, AWD chassis...


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Did you fab the chassis using front/rear kits or is it a full-frame manufactured by someone?
I'm interested in finding some upper C/O brackets like you used to gain some shock travel for a current build I'm doing.
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Did you fab the chassis using front/rear kits or is it a full-frame manufactured by someone?
I'm interested in finding some upper C/O brackets like you used to gain some shock travel for a current build I'm doing.
It's a Schwartz chassis...unless I'm wrong.
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Did you fab the chassis using front/rear kits or is it a full-frame manufactured by someone?
I'm interested in finding some upper C/O brackets like you used to gain some shock travel for a current build I'm doing.

Yes, it is a Schwartz chassis
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Old 10-08-2019, 09:51 PM
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Welcome! We know WTF your doing. Like Ozzy says welcome aboard the Crazy Train!!!

Itís going to be Sweet!
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Yes, it is a Schwartz chassis
Ahh. I didn't think Schwartz because I didn't see the 'hoops' that help anchor his upper shock mounts like on most (many) of his chassis'.
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