Especially for Tim
Thanks Bryan. Been a while since we've had an ambo pic on the page.
theyre a classic shape those old cusso's and mainlines
OMG I love those things, I'd be sorely tempted to swap the kingswood for a good example of one of those!
They are soooo cooool. Notice the pic?- No whitewalls needed.
Cool cars don't need extra help to get noticed! ;)
to,how cool would this be with old racks and longboard,ps,love those whitewalls..:), https://s-media-cach...
work with that one Al. They do match the 2 tone paint. That IS a nice car!!
There's a nice one here at this vintage surf day at Point Leo Vic,just down the road from Tim,nice cusso and others:http://cdn.triggerbr...
Or i wont have my kingswood anymore that one is even nicer!
What are the values for a good customline these days? They don't seem to be hugely popular or maybe they are and i just dont notice because im on the holden forums??
Most of the ones i used to see seemed to be bog and rust magnets.
They are a classical looking car hey.I remember about 30 years ago in S/W Sydney there seemed to be heaps of them around but I don't see to many now either.A really good one I suppose would be in the 25 -30K mark.I have heard the Y block in them isn't very reliable and or expensive for parts,some of them put SB Chevs in them,happy to be proved wrong though!...
Here's some,I like the early 50s ones to: http://www.justauto.... year
It used to be common to whack the 302 and 351 in them with the C4. I still see them around greater Sydney area at the car shows. They were always second best to the 55, 56, 57 Chevies, but now, nice examples are holding their own against the Chev's
you're right mate,that was a common swap back in the day!...
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