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It is amazing how much dead space was in front of the engine in these vehicles- no attempt to make the body shorter!
How was the instrument panel kept so pristine all those years?
The upholstery is stunning also!
Don't know which is more impressive- the car, or the roof of that house? Is it some sort of metal that simulates clay tile?
Such a great thing you did resurrecting that behemouth. Station wagons are unjustly forgotten. What a lot of sheet metal they were! I remembering...
Without a doubt the cleanest, most beautiful trunk I have seen!
Did you come up with that black and tan upholstery combo? Beautiful touch, and I...
It is tiring to see paint on engine parts burn off. It is news to me that rocker covers and intake manifolds can be powder coated. Is it a special...
Something just dawned on me. Strange that a beast this big did not come with dual exhausts!
Wow! Complete with an aftermarket underdash 8-track player!
Gotta add more gauges- not enough yet. Got a vacuum gauge?
Thanks. The connections are always tight. Through its long life, the car has been garaged periods and ungaraged periods. They always seem to fail....
That car had one compulsive owner! Changed oil every thousand miles and recorded changes on the engine compartment sheet metal!
Factory AM/FM radio. Now I am impressed!
If there is one thing that breaks down on a regular basis on my 1972 Chrysler Newport, it is the starter motor relay.
The most I get out of them...