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    Senior Member markz's Avatar
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    Eye Candy............

    Well after hanging in my basement ceiling for years, time to install them............

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    67 Coronet 500 - 9.610 @ 139.20 mph
    Owned Since 1981

    Daughter's Car
    67 Coronet 500 Street Car with AC
    13.300 @ 101.75 mph

    69 GTX clone - build in progress........

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    I was the first... 67r/t4speeder's Avatar
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    Good for you Mark ��
    On the car pic please?
    The Idaho Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67r/t4speeder View Post
    On the car pic please?
    Maybe in a couple of years....... LOL!

    The car is on its way to Le Hodge for a face lift. The last project (65 Plymouth Fury I 2 Door Cop Car) is on its way home - they had it for 10 years. I started the restoration in 1996. But that was an anal restoration and this is just a facelift. My hope is to get it back within 2 years.

    I actually have another set of restored grill surrounds and hood molding still hanging in the basement ceiling. Can you say hoarder? LOL!
    67 Coronet 500 - 9.610 @ 139.20 mph
    Owned Since 1981

    Daughter's Car
    67 Coronet 500 Street Car with AC
    13.300 @ 101.75 mph

    69 GTX clone - build in progress........

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    Wow!
    If a man speaks while in his garage and his wife does not hear it, is he still wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markz View Post
    Maybe in a couple of years....... LOL!

    The car is on its way to Le Hodge for a face lift. The last project (65 Plymouth Fury I 2 Door Cop Car) is on its way home - they had it for 10 years. I started the restoration in 1996. But that was an anal restoration and this is just a facelift. My hope is to get it back within 2 years.

    I actually have another set of restored grill surrounds and hood molding still hanging in the basement ceiling. Can you say hoarder? LOL!
    Naw, we'll just call you Rich Wannabe
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    someone should make a mold and start to re pop these....who DO we know that is that talented? hmm

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