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Old 12-31-2006, 02:03 AM
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trunk needs a little work.......

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That photo is too much....

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Old 12-31-2006, 02:12 AM
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I hope there is some way I can get it, just so it will be protected from the elements. I drove by the other day and it was covered in snow once again. Ive heard that Royal Plum was the rarest color in 67. It looks horrible in its current state, but when it is new, it looks really good.
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If the house is empty I suggest you find out very quickly who lived there and try to get into contact with them or a relative. I have been no pun intended burned twice over the years when faced with a similiar situation. First one was a factory 65 impala 396 4spd by a deserted house I kept driving buy until some kids burned the house down and the car with it.
Months after I seen a car with out of province plates in the yard and dropped in.
Original owner of the car passed away this was his grandson who would have given me the car if I had of contacted him at the time. He just wanted the properly cleaned up so he could sell it.
Second one was only 5 years ago. Out hunting I found an original 70SS 454 conv complete in a shed, very rusty but complete. House empty. This time I started to ask but obvious too much. Guy next door told his chevelle bud who in turn just went in with a wrecker and took it. It was totally parted out within a weekend and nobody ever came looking for it other than me.
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might be able to find a little deuce like this one

http://honolulustreetsmagazine.com/s...euce_dec05.htm
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Can we rebuild this one. Man I cut up some mint cars over the years if this can be restored.
http://cgi.ebay.com/Chevrolet-Camaro-196...1QQcmdZViewItem
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Can we rebuild this one. Man I cut up some mint cars over the years if this can be restored.
http://cgi.ebay.com/Chevrolet-Camaro-196...1QQcmdZViewItem

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WOW that one needs a little work!
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I've seen worse restored...
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Damn, that 68 was scary looking........
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I hope there is some way I can get it, just so it will be protected from the elements. I drove by the other day and it was covered in snow once again. Ive heard that Royal Plum was the rarest color in 67. It looks horrible in its current state, but when it is new, it looks really good.

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Steve,

To see an SS rotting away is one thing. To lift the hood
and see what appears to be an original 396 sitting there
rotting as well is criminal.

Get a cheap tarp & cover the car for posterity sake. Maybe
the owner will see the tarp and call the number ( you placed
under it - with a purchase offer )

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trunk needs a little work.......

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That photo is too much....

wilma

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Ya - especailly since it shows young marihuana plants growing under the trunk!
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