Your going to like this Woodie
The Cruzin’ Magazine’s very own Woodie Wagon is at Drager’s Clubhouse for sale. I found this Woodie Wagon for David several years ago in Cedar Rapids Iowa. David flew back and drove it home. It was already set up with the 5.0 Ford engine and auto-overdrive and ADO transmission. Fat Man dropped front spindles on the stock front suspension. Cragar 17” chrome wheels. Front disc brakes with new rotors 6,000 miles ago. 9” Ford rear end. Power steering. New drums 6,000 miles ago. New leaf springs in the rear. Vintage cold blowing A/C. The top has been chopped maybe 2”, it’s really hard to tell. Has a custom console made of wood, for me I would redo it. Custom bucket front seats with the stock rear seat done in a light gray cloth. Drivers seat is 6 way power. Seat belts front and rear and shoulder straps in the front. Custom dash with Stewart Warner gauges. AM/FM CD sound system. Let’s talk about the wood, “whoa” is the best way to describe the Brazilian tight-birds-eye mahogany. This is not the original wood. The wood was restored by Rick Mack in Tacoma, Washington about 2006. Check out his work. http://www.rickmack.com The frame wood is the original Ford white ash. It now has 24,927 miles since it was street rodded. The paint looks great Color: Cabernet Metallic (Burgundy). Custom grill and bumpers. Now if you are a Northwesterner you have seen the Cruzin’ Magazine Woodie at many car shows and events throughout the Northwest. David and Jeanne have driven the Woodie a lot, one trip was all the way to San Diego and that trip was for fun. Knowing David he made it to a car show or two along the way. They drove it to Yellowstone National Park for the Yellowstone Rod run. My point is that this is a Woodie you can get in and go someplace. So far I have driven it about 30 miles. It has the normal creaks and rattles that Woodies have. Great looking woody. It’s all serviced and ready to go. Cond # 3+.
Vin Number: 98BA911959
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