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lawrence
Posted 2012-03-14 6:58 AM (#312024 - in reply to #163472)
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dukeboy
Posted 2012-03-25 3:16 PM (#313791 - in reply to #312024)
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Amazing what a new set of wheels can do to a car Larry. I know a bodyshop that can spiff that right up for you. 1 year turn around I hear.

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lawrence
Posted 2012-05-16 7:51 PM (#321494 - in reply to #313791)
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Is this Miss B out to pasture?

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rostant
Posted 2019-11-27 4:23 AM (#590815 - in reply to #123355)
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The sheet metal that is on that fender seems to be cleaning up, but what about the lack of metal in the areas where the rustouts occurred (like the frame)? These will definitely need the creation of metal, or replacement parts......
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Posted 2019-11-27 12:31 PM (#590828 - in reply to #590815)
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Lancer Mike
Posted 2019-11-27 11:31 PM (#590842 - in reply to #590828)
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Good to see Larry posting again.

 

Wait a minute!  This thread is seven and a half years old!

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1961plymouthfury
Posted 2020-02-11 1:30 AM (#594049 - in reply to #123355)
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I heard the car is in a museum but I am not sure were the location is.
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Mike P
Posted 2020-05-08 8:57 AM (#597938 - in reply to #594049)
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The car is located at Historic Auto Attractions in Roscoe Illinois (a bit North West of Chicago ). Their web site is down but they do have a facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/Historicautoattractions/

My 50th High School Reunion is in Illinois the middle of Sept. I'm still planning on driving my 57 Plymouth that I built and drove to Tulsa in 2007 back home and hopefully if the Museum is open, drive up to see Miss Belvedere.

Of course with everything that is going on in the country everything is tentative right now.



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big m
Posted 2020-05-14 11:00 AM (#598252 - in reply to #597938)
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Mike P - 2020-05-08 5:57 AM

The car is located at Historic Auto Attractions in Roscoe Illinois (a bit North West of Chicago ). Their web site is down but they do have a facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/Historicautoattractions/

My 50th High School Reunion is in Illinois the middle of Sept. I'm still planning on driving my 57 Plymouth that I built and drove to Tulsa in 2007 back home and hopefully if the Museum is open, drive up to see Miss Belvedere.

Of course with everything that is going on in the country everything is tentative right now.





That's cool, Mike!!

That sure was a fun trip in 2007 to see all this unfold, even if the car was a disaster.

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