Last updated Nov 18, 2008
The project I fell into last fall after the '54 left for LA and the Kids' fate was secured by the Bel Air funded lawyer.
It works great for hauling t-shirts and vending at car shows. Started innocently enough with a set of big and little rally wheels but I wasn't smart enough to leave it alone.
So, what could be funnier than a ****ty 90's van patched-up and made to look like a 70's shaggin wagon?
This kind of stuff happens if a car/graphics guy doesn't have something decent to work on in the winter. Somebody please take away my paint gun.
I'm well aware of the fact that I'm a huge dork. Thank you for your concern :o)
What does Kaitlyn have to say about this whole mess? She hasn't pinned a name on it yet. Whenever she catches me calling it a "truck", she is pretty quick to remind me that live in the no-man's land occupied by vans & el caminos. "It's a van dad." Thank you for reminding me peanut.
I will say there's nothing like having your cell phone number in blue metalflake plastered down the side of something like this. Ladies. . . I'm single. Wanna go for a ride in my bitchin' van? Lol
350tbi / L460-E
3" Straight Dual Sidepipes
8 track hi-fi
Mr. T Bobblehead
Aviator shades required
Daily Driver / Billboard / Noisemaker / Burnout Champ
10.4 eighth mile E.T.
$60 can of farm store brand enamel (beltline down)
$50 in patch panels from Keystone
JC Whitney sidepipes with the guts knocked out
Clapped out '70 chevy tube grille (thanks Rod!)
Thousands of dollars in wasted layout and artwork time
Bitchin' cragar mags (Summit Racing still has them in stock)
Early bumpers & guards
Lots of vinyl, ink and lamination
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