1939 Pontiac Woodie, Disassembly continued.

Wood body partialy dissassembled. Wood body sections.

Glove compartment.

Somewhere a family of rodents is bemoaning the loss of their penthouse apartment.

View of components under dash. Removed body parts.

You always discover some interesting things when you dissasemble old vehicles. Take, for example, the speaker housing under the dash. Its made of solid copper and weighs about 2 pounds.

Chassis with front cab. Engine just prior to removal.

Chassis nearly stripped. Removing front cab from frame.

Chassis with body removed. Cab body.

Motor after removal Bare frame.

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