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Old Posted Nov 22, 2020, 3:59 PM
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Originally Posted by CityBoyDoug View Post
I doubt that wagon car had any wood on it. The ''wood'' was a vinyl glue-on.
I'm sorry Doug, most car people i talk to about it, remember that they stopped using real wood on cars around 1952. The wood paneling i was talking about is called Dinoc. My father grew up with a real wood wagon and loved it. My grandmother bought it new and kept it up until the late 60's, the roof leaked (wood and canvas) and it was too much up keep for her at the time.


Dad, with my aunts, 1947 Pontiac Woody and Lassie


Dad and my aunts (Uncle tony was cut out by my aunt)and Woody C1948


All Photos taken in LA 1947-48 at Sheen Residence on Kenwood
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