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Thread: Rolls Royce/Ford wagon on Sleeze-bay

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    Default Rolls Royce/Ford wagon on Sleeze-bay

    I'm at a loss for words. WagonMan

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    Definitely not my cup of tea but someone spent a good amount of time and money on that conversion. A surprising amount of bids so far as well!


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    Troll boat

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    There are eight of those around?!?? Looks like a ton of work went into it. If it floats your boat, rock it.
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    The person who replaced that upholstery needs to back to school. Horrible cut and fit.
    Interesting vehicle for the right person.

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    Wasn't the Mark III created when Iacocca asked for a Thunderbird with a Rolls Royce grille? This is (very literally) the same idea -- the Continental wagon that never was. They could've called it the Lincoln Conestoga.

    My only gripe is that the hood lines coming back from the grille didn't quite work out.

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