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Old 07-05-2019, 09:47 PM
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Default 64 pinner service car

been looking around to just what it was I bought. one can scratch there head and wonder just why on some things. found the old thread on it with a little help from a friend. been sorting parts tossing the replaced heavy iron and taking inventory. they went to a lot of work to form a floor in the center just to cover it over two feet higher with a wood. a big empty space there. near as I can see they built a wood support and fasten the floor to it to block off the void and the drop down panels filled the sides. I'm sure there is a lot of surprises on this car. meet time it get the stuff back in place and get a brake to work. so we can move it around
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I know the Pinner family would be very pleased to know you are taking care of it.
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Show us more ED. Is this a new purchase? Are there other posts on this vehicle?
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There was one of these 1964 Chevy Service Cars for sale in TPC, maybe 20 years ago, with a picture, located in Brooklyn, NY. I don't know, whether this could possibly be the same car, or not. At the time, that service car was black.
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There was one of these 1964 Chevy Service Cars for sale in TPC, maybe 20 years ago, with a picture, located in Brooklyn, NY. I don't know, whether this could possibly be the same car, or not. At the time, that service car was black.
i believe this is the car formally owned by Dwayne Brooks
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This is the one Darwin had in reality it's in about the dame shape it was in in when he got it. He had some unfortunate luck with a body shop so that is the reasion for the striping being done and not primed. It is a good body just the expected rust in the joints to clean up. just tying to figure out how they did the floor right now. It had been removed when he got it. Glad it s a simple interior. I need to get a bake working and some primer on now as we hadn't finshed the 53 yet. Remember preservation and restoraton. Anyone know of a 64 biscane parts car.
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This is the one Darwin had in reality it's in about the dame shape it was in in when he got it. He had some unfortunate luck with a body shop so that is the reasion for the striping being done and not primed. It is a good body just the expected rust in the joints to clean up. just tying to figure out how they did the floor right now. It had been removed when he got it. Glad it s a simple interior. I need to get a bake working and some primer on now as we hadn't finshed the 53 yet. Remember preservation and restoraton. Anyone know of a 64 biscane parts car.
The guy, here in Bellevue, that Dwayne had working on the car DID NOT do it any favors. After he did most of what he did do, he left it outside during a couple bad winters. Lied to Dwayne about it when I told him what was going on. Dwayne finally got fed up, and I helped him "repossess" it!! If there is a car on this planet that deserves the "Ed treatment", this is the one!!! Thanks Ed.
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The original color of your interior is: Fawn. Material type is: Vinyl. Seat type: Bench. Used for: Biscayne 6 passenger 4 door wagon.

The original color of your car is: Tuxedo Black

Body: 1236 Chevrolet Biscayne 8 cylinder Station Wagon Body

2M is for Powerglide.

SL is for Saint Louis. 02743 is the 2,743rd wagon built there.

No idea on the 46. Possibly, the 46th car that Pinner built that year? Anyone's guess.. Possibly Tom will know..

Low budget car, didn't even have a radio factory installed, but could be added as a dealer item.
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I think this may be the car from Brooklyn, since it was originally black and possibly one of one, or at most, one of a few. If I had to guess, I would say the ad appeared in a mid to late Nineties edition of The Professional Car. Maybe I will try to find the ad over the next couple of days, it might shed more light on this old Chevy.
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There was one of these 1964 Chevy Service Cars for sale in TPC, maybe 20 years ago, with a picture, located in Brooklyn, NY. I don't know, whether this could possibly be the same car, or not. At the time, that service car was black.
It is the same car.
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