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Mario on Nov 25, 2020 said:

The 1960's Chevy Station Wagons got longer and lower as the decade went on. Every family had at least one. My Dad had 2 in the 60's a 63 and a 67. They were like elegant chariots hauling anything you wanted. How many did your family have.

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57timemachine on Nov 25, 2020 said:

Our good buddy Mario is at it again. Sharing some great images of some really great Chevrolet's, with all us gear heads. Mario, you keep out doing yourself with this amazing stuff. The puppet comedian Jeff Dunham has a 68 Chev wagon just like the one you show case here, I wonder if it is the same one. Thanks and cheers.

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Mario on Nov 25, 2020 said:

Thank you George I really enjoy creating these classic car pages for all the gear heads out there. The 68 wagon is a real beauty that I found. I don't know who the puppet comedian is that you mention but if he has a wagon like this I'm impressed. I'm working on some more pages so keep a look out. Cheers, Mario.

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57timemachine on Nov 25, 2020 said:

Mario, if you want to laugh yourself into the ground. Check out Jeff Dunham on Netfix, where there are seven of his specials. He is a major league old car guy and has many sweet rides like that 68 wagon. His 68 is completely identical as the one here. Cheers.

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Mario on Nov 26, 2020 said:

Thanks George I will check him out. Both his comedy and his cars. Cheers, Mario.

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57timemachine on Nov 28, 2020 said:

All of these Chevy wagons are so sweet, that it is hard to just pick one favorite. I would be more inclined to want one with a four speed on the floor, especially with a big block. Hey a guy can dream. Cheer.

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Mario on Nov 29, 2020 said:

Both the pics and the video I posted of the 63 have a 4 speed on the floor. That's unusual and really cool. My Dad had a white 63 red interior but auto. My first drive when I got my license in 64. A floating chariot!

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57timemachine on Dec 3, 2020 said:

I never understood why Chevrolet did not put the six tail lights on the Impala wagon from 1960 to 1962. Those six tail lights really classed up the Impala in a big way.

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Mario on Dec 4, 2020 said:

I agree the 3 tail lights made the car the top of the line. The 1958 wagons also only had 1 taillight and they did have a top of line Nomad. The 63 Impala wagon had the 3 lights but there was a 62 Impala with only 2 lights the first year Impala wagon. Brookwood and Parkwood were top of line after Nomad before Impala came out on wagons.

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57timemachine on Dec 11, 2020 said:

I feel Chevy really messed up the 64 wagon. Those boring tail lights just do not cut it. The 64 needs some more pizazz in the tail light department.

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Mario on Dec 11, 2020 said:

Yes the 64 was a disappointing year to me. Not much styling especially in the wagon. GM made it look more like the Chevy Malibu than the regular full size Chevy. Maybe that was what they wanted.

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azmusclecar on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Hey Mario, great job on the hidden gas cap test.

Mayeb you and Brandon can coem up with one with the most unique options that were available to order on cars.

Wasn't there a record player available in a model?

How about the overhead traffic signal indicator on the dash?

How about the tissue dispenser?

How about the Mercs with the rear window that went down?

EZ Access Sliding steering wheels on T-birds?

Swivel buckets on Chevelle Laguna?

I'm sure there are plenty out there....can't figure out why that record player thing didn't catch on........

Good luck and may the force be with you....

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Mario on Mar 1, 2021 said:

I remember all of those "1 year options" that didn't pan out. 57 Chevy had a cool traffic light dash spotter; Merc Turnpike Cruiser had the sliding back window that was slanted in so you don't get wet in the rain; tissue holder was of course Caddy; the record player didn't work because they skipped and were special records for the player and not much of a choice. Good ideas for future games, regards, Mario

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azmusclecar on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Oh and another test could be one of poverty hubcaps.

Pic of hubcap, what year and car did they come on?

I'm just full of ideas.......although others say I am full of other stuff.....

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