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Old 11-30-2018, 04:39 PM
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Default Intriguing '92 Roadmaster stretch

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I thought Superior made these a few years? Here are pics from the post that Kent Zschoche made.
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The center door looks like a dressed up standard six door Cadillac door.
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Its the same basic body shell. I swear that this set od big body cars were rubber stamped.
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Hey ED GM knew they were not going to be big sellers so they kept as much as they could interchangeable. The wagons were the best cause the front clip on the Roadmaster uses Caprice tin with just a different bumper cover and grill. The front doors are the same on Caprice , Roadmaster and the Brougham. The list goes on but they were great cars to rebuild when they were young cause there was so much interchange.
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