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65 Laurentian post, 67 Grande Parisienne 4 door HT. 
 


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Beautiful and already sold.

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 I have pretty much the same car here although a 396, no rear seat. But it did have a power seat and tilt but no power windows. 

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Wow!  I just started uncontrollably salivating at your yard pic.  biggrin



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Always worthwhile visiting Volo. Inventory constantly changing, and they have lots of memorabilia, too. Northwest of Chicago Metroland, less than an hour from O'Hare in off-peak traffic.

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see2xu wrote:

Always worthwhile visiting Volo. Inventory constantly changing, and they have lots of memorabilia, too. Northwest of Chicago Metroland, less than an hour from O'Hare in off-peak traffic.


 Agree, quite the experience.......everyone should visit there at least once.......smile

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Wonder what the motivation was when the first owner got it ?

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Video says he needed a car capable enough to tow his airstream trailer yet be luxurious and large enough for his family. He was a doctor.

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My brothers
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Your brother has a nice wagon

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52, although a shock when you first see it, is pretty good for all that's in that wagon. So nice!



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For some reason I prefer the wagon in the field than the restored one in the video. There is something about an original car that is always lost during resto no matter how well it is restored. A case in point is that wagon from Volo, nice car, don't get me wrong but something is lost in the resto, case in point is the woodgrain, doesn't remotely look correct, wrong grain, way too glossy.



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They can only be original once.



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