1951 CHEVROLET TIN WOODIE Ex Greg Noll If you’re into surfing, then you’ll appreciate this wagon. Previously owned by the incredibly famous surfer, Greg Noll. He is the person who holds the unofficial world record for surfing off the biggest wave ever, by paddling into it on 12-04-1969 at Makaha, Hawaii and then riding it, without the assistance of any motorized vessel like jet skis as they do today. He also had in 2005 a movie released about his life: “Riding Giants” by Stacy Peralta. His nickname given him by his friends was “DABULL” as apparently that was his approach to surfing. It also happens to be the license plate for this Woody as well; “DABULLL” We have a copy of the title issued in Gregg Noll’s name. The Woody itself is a fine example that drives brilliantly. It has been upgraded mechanically to a small block Chevrolet V8 coupled to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission and the brakes were upgraded to power assistance with a dual master cylinder. The car has a really nice interior with newly upholstered seats and new German style carpet. The paint is in good condition as is the Faux Wood, which is done superbly. Wheels are painted to match the car with Moon caps and trim rings, and it has been lowered a little to give the Wagon a great stance. Finished in a Cranberry Red colour with a Tan interior.
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3011 Airport Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90405