Difference between revisions of "1959 Imperial"

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[[Tats Gotanda's 1959 Chevrolet]] - The [[Buddah Buggy]]<br>
[[Tats Gotanda's 1959 Chevrolet]] - The [[Buddah Buggy]]<br>
[[Richard Mikami's 1961 Chevrolet]] Impala - [[The Ant Killer]]<br>
[[Richard Mikami's 1961 Chevrolet]] Impala - [[The Ant Killer]]<br>
'''Swivel Seats'''<br>
[[Danny Vandergriff's 1957 Chrysler]] New Yorker<br>

Latest revision as of 05:45, 21 January 2020

Cars Using 1959 Imperial Parts

Tats Gotanda's 1959 Chevrolet - The Buddah Buggy
Richard Mikami's 1961 Chevrolet Impala - The Ant Killer

Swivel Seats
Danny Vandergriff's 1957 Chrysler New Yorker


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