Go to My WC64


name: Daniel Campana
City: Buenos Aires
Country: Argentina

Dany sends me an article every couple of months about the restoration of his Dodge WC64. He can only write and read in Spanish so his sister helps him to translate our mail into English. It’s very hard to get Dodge WC part in this part of the World so Dany has to improvise a lot and can use all the help he can find.

Click on the dates to see the pictures
April 2006 first pictures of the Dodge he found
May 2006 donor Dodge found
July 2006 restauration begins
September 2006 Sand blasting and first layer of paint
February 2007 soon online....

name: Stefan Legat
City: Oberwaltersdorf
Country: Austria

Go to pictures of the restoration WC64

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Production Numbers
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