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Old 11-09-2017, 03:23 PM
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A 69 Chevelle in my area. Back in the day and present. That is the original burnished brown paint never repainted except for some touch up near bottom of car. Paint looks good but whenyou get 10 feet away the primer is showing through in multiple areas from waxing over the years but that is what makes it cool.

427 with Edelbrock tunnel ram.
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Old 11-09-2017, 04:07 PM
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I love it.

Looked good with the Cragar's, but I've always been a sucker for Centerlines too.
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Awsome.. Including the big Moroso alternator pulley.... Way Cool!!
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Is it still the same owner after all this time?
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Is it still the same owner after all this time?
2nd owner. original owner's son is trying to buy it back. he was brought home in the car from the hospital. OO sold it in 1974-75 I think??
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Old 11-09-2017, 05:21 PM
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A 69 Chevelle in my area. Back in the day and present. That is the original burnished brown paint never repainted except for some touch up near bottom of car. Paint looks good but whenyou get 10 feet away the primer is showing through in multiple areas from waxing over the years but that is what makes it cool.

427 with Edelbrock tunnel ram.
You nailed it... that IS what makes it cool. Thanks for posting. Would like to hear more about the car!
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That Chevelle is killer.
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Very cool car... thanks for sharing!

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Love it AND love Burnished Brown

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I remember cars like this use to run around town in the mid-seventy's. Brings back memory's
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