This Month's Featured Ride - November 2012

Al Liebmann's 1954 Chevrolet 210 Handyman Wagon

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Year / Make / Model: 1954 Chevrolet 210 Handyman Wagon
Owner:
Al Liebmann
Year Purchased:
October 2011
Engine:
Chevy 350
Transmission: Turbo 350
Rear End: Nova 2.73 gears
Paint:
Original Horizon Blue / Indian White

Some Specs on the car:

Original front suspension with dropped uprights
Dropped steering arms and machined spindles with 3 degrees of caster built in
11 inch disk front brakes
VDO Gauges
New dual exhaust
New heater core
New universals
New springs
New battery
New Alternator
New Alum Radiator
New Finned valve covers
New OBT air cleaner
15x7 Radirs wheels
205/75/15 -American classic radials 1" white walls made by Coker tires
All new wiring from dash to engine compartment & fuse block
New Carpet, Front seat and rear trunk area done by Richards Trimworks of Hewitt, NJ

From Al: "I purchased in October and it was delivered the day of a snow storm. In talking with the previous owner, he knew that the original owner had the car for a long time. The original motor froze and was removed when he bought car in 2009 and recently replaced with a 350.

The car sat in the back of a garage for as long as everybody can
remember in Washington State and was last licensed in 1977."

 

 


 
 
 

 
           
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