Felix Wagon Project Build

Yogi

Greasemonkey
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Well not long ago someone on here posted a page from a service manual that listed ALL the screws sizes and part numbers for the wagon luggage rack. Also it showed those pieces you are replacing. Found them on ebay too. Guess Im a little late. GM well nuts part # 14002811
Lmao. Yes that would have saved me a lot of time and work. Lmao
Well not long ago someone on here posted a page from a service manual that listed ALL the screws sizes and part numbers for the wagon luggage rack. Also it showed those pieces you are replacing. Found them on ebay too. Guess Im a little late. GM well nuts part # 14002811
But still useful I need the gaskets.
 

Yogi

Greasemonkey
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Well I didnt want to say anything but I screwed up one of my upper front door panel.So I made two new ones and added the embroidered Felix the cat to them and un assembled the back of the back seat and added a Felix the cat to it as well.
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Yogi

Greasemonkey
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Today is my wagon work day. I didn't get alot done. The plan for today started out as to wet sandblast the wagon ,but I would have to tape up the windows. I didnt have the materials for that. So plan B was to just wire the wagon up for audio which I started then the mail delivery came with my heat/sound deadner for the roof of the wagon. I installed it. Put the headliner up, I cut out new upper door panels boards and assembled them to metal. I also installed the rear quarter panel just to see what I'm looking like. I put the mat down in the cargo area. And then I had to see what it looked like with the rear seat installed then applied 1 rear door panel all is temporarily installed.
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Yogi

Greasemonkey
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Today not to much was done but I did get somethings done.i got the 2 front upper door panels done with new back boards. No more sagging. Flat and straight. I replaced both vent windows because one was broken and the other did open at all it did go to this wagon. I took the wheels off the wagon cleaned them up and sold them. I put rollers on the wagon. I finished putting all the screws back in the dash and it's now secured. Then just for the hell of it I place my white wood steering wheel in to see how it would look.
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