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DEAD OR RESTORE

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Re: DEAD OR RESTORE

Post by Guest on 18/11/2008, 10:34 am

Shagginwagon82 wrote:
70s-groover wrote:
Shagginwagon82 wrote:Has it got a price tag???

Nah Scott, it aint for sale, sentimental love with the owners, they just cant part with it Very Happy

Then the van will one day be towed to the scrap yard........with rusted out sills and panels...........

Isn't that always the way?
People keep vans until they're worth nothing, then only to wonder why nobody wants them. Mad

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Re: DEAD OR RESTORE

Post by Moppo on 18/11/2008, 10:37 am

70s-groover wrote:
Shagginwagon82 wrote:Has it got a price tag???

Nah Scott, it aint for sale, sentimental love with the owners, they just cant part with it Very Happy
Just dont understand that. They parted with the back half.

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Re: DEAD OR RESTORE

Post by 70s-groover on 18/11/2008, 12:57 pm

It will end up in the new shed up the back, still in good restorable condition.

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Re: DEAD OR RESTORE

Post by Shagginwagon82 on 18/11/2008, 12:59 pm

Thats alright then...

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Re: DEAD OR RESTORE

Post by DD.165 on 22/11/2008, 11:52 am

Very Happy Very Happy

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Re: DEAD OR RESTORE

Post by soundman on 23/10/2009, 3:58 pm

thought I'd revive one of my favourite threads... with this one...
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/fb-ek-fc-holden-panel-van-complete-rear-cut_W0QQitemZ270472846296QQcmdZViewItemQQptZAU_Cars?hash=item3ef9701bd8#ht_500wt_915

I'm also wondering what people think of the interior in this one... GS options. was it a dealer fitout? based on a certain standardkit?
and so since the van I'm surely wouldn't be dead, what about the rear-terior?

would it be worth salvaging for plausible use, or at least keeping for edumicational purposes or whatever.?

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/XB-Falcon-Surfer-Roo-panel-Van-rare-GS-options_W0QQitemZ190342933457QQcmdZViewItemQQptZAU_Cars?hash=item2c5152abd1

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