'46 Chevy by Tango

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Dusty
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'46 Chevy by Tango

Postby Dusty » Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:27 am

I stumbled across this wonderful build on the stovebolt page , I have to share it with you 'cause , apart from my loving the chev , the work Tango is doing is terrific .
Here are some links
http://www.stovebolt.com/gallery/tucker ... 01946.html

https://www.flickr.com/photos/tango88/s ... 526227672/

I have since found Tango is a frequent visitor here , what can I say , darn you've been keeping us in the dark :)
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Re: '46 Chevy by Tango

Postby Stealth Camper » Thu Jan 21, 2016 11:57 am

I have been wondering where people hang out when they aren't around here....

I just ran across what I think is a '39 or so Ford school bus over the weekend. SWMBO was not impressed but it looked reasonably intact. Gonna have to go back to it. The guy is very proud of his stuff but he has some cool old junk. There is an old Airfloat Navigator, a couple of Silver Streaks and probably 4 or 5 late 30's to mid 50's buses - most in serious trouble. Sadly.

I love the look of those old rounded pointy snouts.

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Re: '46 Chevy by Tango

Postby Dusty » Thu Jan 21, 2016 9:03 pm

Yeah , there is some cool stuff hiding out there .

Pic of Tangos' Chev

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Re: '46 Chevy by Tango

Postby tango » Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:39 am

Wow...just came across my own bus here! --- Thanks for the kind words guys. Almost seven years into it and still at it. I visit here often to keep up with master craftsman Ol' Trunt and his '35 Chevy Skoolie but have been mostly posting over on the Skoolie site. If interested, I update my Flickr Album every few days or so with pix, just no descriptions.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/tango88/albums/72157626526227672

Great site here and some remarkable workmanship. Hope to see some of you folks out on the road someday soon.


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