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This car is now finished as the pics are from 2009. Restored standard and blue in colour and very nice indeed
That photo was taken in 1968 when I bought it.
I still own it and it still looks the same.
oooh thats nice. Whats the plan for it? rod, kustom or just get it going? either way its a nice car.
Love this model.
Here is mine.
Gorgeous. What will it look like when finished? What's the plan for paint?
this is my winter project, 35 3W Pontiac, fairly solid but way way too much paint on it. We are hoping to have it ready for March/April.....
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