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HarleyEarl

Cars with Wood

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It's summer and one's mind turns to wood.

Here's a '48 Oldsmobile Woody wagon:

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Those Buicks are stunning.

Really and Truly Buick and Caddy had the best styling of the early 50s.

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1955 Chevy PU:

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1988 Pontiac 6000. Well not exactly wood! :smilewide:

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Any wood is good wood.

1970 Ford Ranchero:

Did El Camino ever have wood?

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I think I'm gonna hurl

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A woody Chevrolet HHR:

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Oh my god. That is quite bad. :puke:

But I find it so hilarious at the same time. :rotflmao:

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Buick needs to put this into production now!...recapture the glory years.

But seriously, alot of thought and work went into this vehicle, obviously with a love of that era of Buick and wood.

Here's the website of the builder:

http://www.californiacruisers.com/hhr_1953_woody.htm

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And of course there is the woody PT Cruiser:

I kinda like it, glad there are those that have some fun with their cars:

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Those are all nice but give me a Packard woody any day of the week!

1940-Packard-Super-8-Woody-Station-Wagon

This 1940 Super 8 bodied by Hercules will do nicely.

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1984_AMC_Eagle_Wagon.jpg

I'd love to have an Eagle for a DD.

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It's missing a couple of teef, but it's still cool. I still see these from time to time around here... ppl just refuse to get rid of them.
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Talk about wood! Plenty of it in this bar.

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Love that!!

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Those are all nice but give me a Packard woody any day of the week!

1940-Packard-Super-8-Woody-Station-Wagon

This 1940 Super 8 bodied by Hercules will do nicely.

Something so timeless about woodies....wonderful example.

(could I take a copy of your sig, I collect photos of carriers)

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1984_AMC_Eagle_Wagon.jpg

I'd love to have an Eagle for a DD.

I like those Eagles too.

Some people make jokes about the wood sided station wagons, and yes it's fake wood, but there is something so comforting about how they look, so Americana. They are the successors of the woodies.

Here's a nice example of a 1978 Chevrolet wagon:

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Any wood is good wood.

1970 Ford Ranchero:

Did El Camino ever have wood?

70woodse9.jpg

Yes.

In 1973.

It was called an "Estate"

The less said the better.

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And here is the '73 El Camino woody with a vinyl roof no less:

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Trying to provoke further comment, HE?

Ha Ha....no, but this car is part of GM history so I find it of interest.

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Ha Ha....no, but this car is part of GM history so I find it of interest.

OK, I guess I'll hold my tongue then. :AH-HA_wink:

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(could I take a copy of your sig, I collect photos of carriers)

Course ya can! That's an interesting thing to collect; I think you need to start a thread about it.

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