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Hey just has it confused with "Christine". He looked up on ebay or someone told him that without doing all his research.
Here is the real question. Would mediocre replicas be acceptable? Or only OEM quality?
Great looking wagon!
A friend of mine's father had a bought a grand prix in the 90s. He noticed a bad smell. Took it back to the dealer. They looked inside the door...
I can live with all of it except the wheels.
Vector file here:
I set it at 6" wide. The proportions should be correct. I just need...
I can create a digital file if you have the outside dimensions. I could even create it in vinyl, but to do it right it will need screen printed.
No kidding! At $600 that seems like demolition derby fodder.
Still looking for this piece.
That doesn't surprise me. These a LONG cars hehe.
Yes, that'll be a great car when you're finished and a family connection which is great.
To my knowledge (and Google) they were only available with a 361. From the photo it is a b motor, so I'd sooner guess 361.
I think it's pretty cool. I wonder how it was stretched initially.
I really like the front end on the 66 300s (ok, well all of them... but I think the 66 is my favorite). Great looking car and nice color combo!
For me, nothing over 1000, but if it means something to you maybe it's worth more. But then again, I have too many projects as is.
Any C body is getting pretty rare these days. But I'd have to agree with the link on their assessments.
It's without a doubt a poly. The valve covers alone make it a poly. As far as what displacement, as the others have said.
They are good motors...
Didn't work for me.
A possibility to get a clearer pic? The new pic is a bit blurry.
Do you have a straight on shot of the print? It's hard to read at the angle and it's slight out of focus since your foreground is in focus.