Wisconsin wagoneers

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Wisconsin wagoneers

Postby CDelgado » February 3rd, 2011 09:53 AM

I'm in Wisconsin & I've seen about 2-3 wagons in area. Just wondering if they're any on this forum.
I'm in Verona/Madison.
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Re: Wisconsin wagoneers

Postby 92bluewagon » April 18th, 2011 04:17 AM

CDelgado wrote:I'm in Wisconsin & I've seen about 2-3 wagons in area. Just wondering if they're any on this forum.
I'm in Verona/Madison.


im in southeastern wi by the ill border i have a 92 wag
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Re: Wisconsin wagoneers

Postby Hodag » December 12th, 2011 06:08 PM

North side, Milwaukee and this is my favorite car of all time. I'm looking for another "91" 5 speed, and I'll get some Blue WI plates for it this time around. Time to drive and rust something else in the Winter and save the wagon! 244,000 and counting. Alabama then Atlanta and back in April... Just drove to Arkansas and back for Thanksgiving. Gas leak, I'm down to 28 MPG at 75 on the Interstate. Love This Car!

I suppose we could have some fliers printed and stick them under windshields of Honda Accord Wagons? (come to the forum) I think I saw one a few years ago around here. White no rust. There's a really interesting fushia LX (automatic with rust) in Lombard IL that I saw at the grocery store. Never saw that color on a Honda anywhere before. Looked factory?

Low print run, I could hand draw them and even if I drove around searching, not run out if I had five? :prayer:

Getting to where we're unintentionally driving "rare" classic cars? lol

What we really want to do is get as many as we can to come to one of those "car shows" that people have, and show them a line of real classic cars?

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Re: Wisconsin wagoneers

Postby SilverShadow » December 12th, 2011 10:01 PM

There is a flier someone made a while ago. I will post it later as it is on my computer and I'm on a laptop. There are wagons everywhere. I spot at least one a day in local San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. Most are beat-up driven by non-English speaking older woman. I would love to carry a few $100's on me to wiggle at them and buy the dirty wagons.
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Re: Wisconsin wagoneers

Postby SilverShadow » December 13th, 2011 07:06 PM

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Re: Wisconsin wagoneers

Postby The Otherside » August 3rd, 2012 05:33 PM

I'm from the Fox Cities.

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Re: Wisconsin wagoneers

Postby MF Baker » August 4th, 2012 10:06 PM

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