Posted 2006-06-11 7:03 PM (#57795 - in reply to #57789) Subject: RE: 1959 Chrysler ready for "marriage"
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Man. I remember when my '59 Dodge looked like that. Everything is so clean and perfect, you almost hate to continue putting it together for fear of scratching or damaging something, and then when it's all done, it scares you to drive it and get the undercarriage dirty. But that is beautiful work and something to be proud of!
Posted 2009-10-26 5:02 PM (#193947 - in reply to #193943) Subject: Re: 1959 Chrysler ready for "marriage"
Location: Upplands Väsby, Sweden
Hi Lasse! Down counting has begun! Now you'll begin to see the end of a great and very serious renovation and saratogan becomes very fine in the two original destruction. Very fun to watch, will stand out in the crowd when it is on the 2010 US Classic Car Meetings.
Posted 2009-11-27 2:52 PM (#198599 - in reply to #57789) Subject: RE: 1959 Chrysler ready for "marriage"
Location: New Philadelphia, Ohio
That's not a good, or great, or even fantastic job on that blue machine...That's a kick ass awesome job!!!! All I can say is WOW!!!! You really went all out on your project. The rolling chassis looks fantastic! The body look killer! I LOVE that shade of blue against the white. You really have a beautiful car you're putting together, and you've done an outstanding job on it's restoration! Be proud!
Posted 2009-12-20 7:32 PM (#201455 - in reply to #57789) Subject: Re: 1959 Chrysler ready for "marriage"
Location: Northen Virginia
This is the way I would like to do my car, been a lot of discussion about how much would cost to restore a car to this level.
Putting a side that you are in Sweden and shipping cost are exorbitant; can you estimate the cost of a restoration like this one?