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Cars > Challenges > “cotton candy” Vs “Sanford and Son”

 

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Dallas, Georgia
United States

 

1949 Chevrolet Pickup

“cotton candy”

1950 Chevrolet p/up

“Sanford and Son”

 
Photo of: 1949 Chevrolet Pickup

No longer owned

Photo of: 1950 Chevrolet p/up
 

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About “cotton candy”

350,350 10 bolt rear,camaro front clip.

About “Sanford and Son”

I have owned the truck about 3 years. I bought it while my wife was out of town, knowing she would get mad when she came home, but she loves it. The p/up still cruises w/ the 6 cyl. and 3 on the tree. My friends always start humming the Sanford & Son song when I drive the old truck.

 

Specs for “cotton candy”

No specifications listed.

Specs for “Sanford and Son”

staight 6 cyl. 3 speed on the tree,stock rearend. Runs the 1/4 mile in a week !

 

Factory Options for “cotton candy”

No factory options listed.

Factory Options for “Sanford and Son”

maybe paint?

 

Mods for “cotton candy”

350,350,12 bolt rear,camaro front clip. Wired for AC. Good heat!

Mods for “Sanford and Son”

blue dot taillamps, tinted windows

 

Photo Albums 1 – 1 of 1

Cover photo of Cotton Candy Book album
Cotton Candy Book
Photos: 7
 

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Points for cotton candy Total Votes Points for Sanford and Son
50 19 45

 

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