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Back when I had a fleet-services company, one of my clients was the largest Domino's franchise in the country at the time. They had an early-'60s stretched Chevy wagon, ex-airport, as a promotional vehicle....all done up in the then-current store colors and graphics. Lots of fun to drive that thing around. :D

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31 minutes ago, TransAmMike said:

 I had never seen one of those so I thought it would be interesting to share the picture with y'all.

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It is cool!  And that Chevy might be fun to build!

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Being built with the base 150 trim this may very well have a military background. Most air port limos I remember were built off of the higher trim lines. The military used mid '50's Chevrolet sedan deliveries often, but the had side windows like a normal station wagon.  

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I remember seeing these on base when Dad was in the Air Force in the 60's. I'd totally forgotten them. Thanks for the flashback.

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I'm super impressed at the apparently tight door gaps and lack of the sag I'd expect to see in a vehicle of that age, build style, and condition. Heck, the roof doesn't even look caved in! Very weird, very cool.

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7 hours ago, TransAmMike said:

 I had never seen one of those so I thought it would be interesting to share the picture with y'all.

Thank you for posting this . It is cool. 

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