This Woody Wagon has undergone a complete, 3-1/2 year restoration that was recently completed. It is powered by a 3-speed manual transmission and 239ci engine that received a complete rebuild including new pistons, rods, valves, and gaskets, along with a new clutch and throwout bearing and carburetor rebuild. It features newer brakes, exhaust, shocks, wiring, was converted to 12-volt with new battery and has a new electric fuel pump. It retains almost all of its original wood which was removed, sanded inside and out, then bleached and toned per a wood restoration specialist. It was finished with 11 coats of varnish outside and 4 coats inside then polished to a great patina gloss. The interior has new, correct upholstery on all three seats with new padding for comfort and new wood grain on the dash and new rubber mats. The exterior is finished in new PPG Maroon base coat and clear coat and all chrome pieces have been redone as well as all stainless pieces. It also has a new, correct long-grain top material. It rides on new radial whitewall tires that include beauty rings and hubcaps. Has Original Title.
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