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1956 Oldsmobile Gasser

CanyonLakeDave

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Get ready for attention with this fresh build period look Gasser. Starting life as a straight 1956 Oldsmobile 88 with a kool older paint job. Zeak did his magic on the restriping and gold-leaf lettering along with a full lace and paneled roof. Red film on the windows really sets off the whole image for a complete package. Straight axle front, Disc brakes, Power brakes and Steering all backed by a fresh build 355c.i. sbc with a Turbo 400 trans. Interior is simple and in good condition with purple carpet and traditional white vinyl seats and door panels. Had my fun now ready for a new proud owner. $22,900 Call/text 951.315.7482- Dave
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playdeep

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Damn...That's a cool piece.
Might want to try SEGA
Southeast Gasser association.
That deal's getting huge.

GLWS
 

CanyonLakeDave

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Thanks all for the compliments. It is a very cool car, just can’t keep them all...
 

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As a kid in the sixty's my neighbor had a 56 Olds straight front axle, never painted or finished, but makes me wonder.;)
 

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Hmmm who knows. Car sat in a yard in Riverside for a few years. I don’t know much history before that however the straight axle fab-work looks pretty modern. Nice MiG/Tig welds etc...
 

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Hmmm who knows. Car sat in a yard in Riverside for a few years. I don’t know much history before that however the straight axle fab-work looks pretty modern. Nice MiG/Tig welds etc...
Same basic area (Rialto), but doesn't sound like the front end.
 
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