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    Fabulous pics Steve

    I see Pat's car there and my first Tri , the Tropical Turquoise spt cpe .

    Hard to imagine now that there was a plentiful supply of affordable clean cars available not so very long ago .

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    The last pick is that the 55 with hydrulics on and did a Dave Young buy it.They had a Anniversary 55 for sale where did it go Steve ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by REDMAD View Post
    The last pick is that the 55 with hydrulics on and did a Dave Young buy it.They had a Anniversary 55 for sale where did it go Steve ?
    The California low rider '55 was the first car I seriously looked at buying £1800.00 I think , Dave Young bought it and the Big Block Nomad , it was then bought by Tracie Chantry who finished it and sold it on abroad .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch View Post
    Fabulous pics Steve

    I see Pat's car there and my first Tri , the Tropical Turquoise spt cpe .

    Hard to imagine now that there was a plentiful supply of affordable clean cars available not so very long ago .
    Some great cars with great history , so glad I still have the photos

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    That 58 Impala was gorgeous - Mick Gould bought that and subsequently rolled it - I think Paul Rutter bought the remains of it as a parts car for his stunning '58 convertible!

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    I bought the hydraulics off it and put them on my 58

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    Bumped into Dave last night at the ace

    Bumped into Dave last night at the ace , sold him some stickers and as promised here are some pictures of the car long ago , and today , still a great car and a big piece of tri chevy history .









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    The ex Andy Hart DLT 5T 57 was just one of the nicest looking 57's around - Who has it now Steve?

    Used to always be up the cruise, or pulling in to Heston!

    It didn't go from the Ace to Chelsea then?

    Nice car - looks like it still has the metal flake interior!

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