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Daniel Garmon commented on Greg Moller's photo

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"Nice wagon and good looking Ford"
Daniel Garmon commented on phil waldman's blog post Finally got the oil changed.
"Nice looking wagon and glad to hear you rebuilt the 226 , I like leaving the old running gear in them as Lang as possible got more photos?"
Daniel Garmon commented on Daniel Garmon's photo


"Original 230 Tornado"
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Blog Posts

1956 Traveler or Special Order Wagon on Craigslist!

Hi, folks. A '56 wagon in Grant's Pass, OR, is on Craigslist with what apear from the photos to be original rear panel doors AND side windows. It doesn't appear to be a Traveler, not having the rear bench seating.  It may be a rare, special order like the yellow '61 wagon I had. The address for the ad is: http://medford.craigslist.org/cto/3583583571.html.  I'd love to see one of you take this wagon under your wing and give her a…


Posted by Doc Rockwell on February 2, 2013 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

2012 Event Photos

Check out these great photos taken by Dan Bowermaster at two of this year's recent events


Pacific Coast Dream Machines:…


Posted by West Coast Willys on August 28, 2012 at 10:30pm

West Coast Willys photos 1994-2012

All year long I am going to add photos from the many hundreds of event and newsletter photos that are in the WCW archive. Walt

Posted by Walt Mikolajcik on January 12, 2012 at 1:18am

Question about throttle linkage

New with 62 Wagon.  Bought it in several boxes 2 years ago on E-bay.  Rebuilt stock 226,rebuilt T-90, added overdrive from Herm, new clutch, brakes and blah, blah, blah.  I'm cruising the freeway at 55-60 mph and there seems to be a little left but the throttle linkage is very ackward.  Has anyone found a different mechanism without all the wasted slop ???

Maybe my expectations are a little too high.  I get passed by VW Busses.........Thanks........Les

Posted by Les Everard on December 27, 2011 at 12:56pm — 2 Comments




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