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I'm over Chevyed!

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Right now I own six Chevrolets: one daily driver, one parts car, and four project cars.

I think I'll be needing a change once I get through this batch of projects.

And no, I'm not thinking of jumping into the Jag project.

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"I think I'll be needing a change once I get through this batch of projects."

Come on, man, you're too young to be wearing adult diapers.

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"I think I'll be needing a change once I get through this batch of projects."

Come on, man, you're too young to be wearing adult diapers.

:neenerneener:

I guess that depends...

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Seriously though, I want to do the next project differently from what I choose and the way I choose it, to how I go about it.

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I'v seen your work, Camino- and I asked this before: want something different- how about reassembling a '59 Buick coupe ??

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I really doubt that it will be a Buick, but I'm not sure what vintage I want to do next.

I wish you were around the corner though, I'd love to give you a hand with yours!

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{pours on the sales pitch}

'50s is the era, man!

I'm not that far, plus I have a fully-equipped shop (well, no lift; but you won't need that... much).

WaWa 2 miles away !

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Had to throw that Wawa perk in, didn't you? :lol:

I'd love to give you a hand some weekend along the line.

It's been quite a while since I did any work non-solo, even the race car work is all me.

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Nothing wrong with Chevy, just have to use some imagination. How about a rear-engined 1959 Impala wheelie machine? :rwd:

Nothing wrong with Chevy at all!

But I'd like to do something else for a change.

I also want the process to be different.

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Oh; I won't be there- I have to work for a livin'! Why do you think the damned thing is still unfinished ?? :lol:

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For something offbeat, how about a ground up restoration of an '80s Aries, Tempo, or Cimmaron? Or other '80s non-classic.

Rob

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Oh; I won't be there- I have to work for a livin'! Why do you think the damned thing is still unfinished ?? :lol:

I hear ya, but that means "no sale" :AH-HA_wink:

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For something offbeat, how about a ground up restoration of an '80s Aries, Tempo, Cavalier, or Cimmaron?

Rob

"Offbeat" would be putting it mildly.

No FWD - ever!

I am thinking late 50s - early 60s...

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"Offbeat" would be putting it mildly.

No FWD - ever!

I am thinking late 50s - early 60s...

Hmmm...how about a Studebaker Lark, Rambler American, or one of those hideous '60-62 Valiants? That would be offbeat.

Rob

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Here's a question: What was the last year for a Pontiac sedan delivery?

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Hmmm...how about a Studebaker Lark, Rambler American, or one of those hideous '60-62 Valiants? That would be offbeat.

Rob

If Studebaker, then Hawk.

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>>"I hear ya, but that means "no sale""<<

Wait- you sounded reluctant to work with others.... here's your chance to work solo. :??:

>>"I am thinking late 50s - early 60s... "<<

ah- HA !!!

Come on down! You're the next resto-modder on the World's Quickest '59 Buick !

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How about a Mopar? :P

The ones I like are too expensive.

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>>"I hear ya, but that means "no sale""<<

Wait- you sounded reluctant to work with others.... here's your chance to work solo. :??:

>>"I am thinking late 50s - early 60s... "<<

ah- HA !!!

Come on down! You're the next resto-modder on the World's Quickest '59 Buick !

:lol:

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In response to a phantom, and in the vein of an Elky :: ever think of an extended-deck coupe with an Elky-esque greenhouse (in size), or a 3-seater 'sports roadster' ??

'58 Biscayne 2-dr, extended deck. It'd be the only one.

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'nother question: What sedan deliveries were still in production during any of the years from '59 to say '63ish?

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Well I've got a car that needs some exhaust work..

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'nother question: What sedan deliveries were still in production during any of the years from '59 to say '63ish?

Chevy's last was '59 or '60. Ford's was '59. There was a Falcon sedan delivery from '60-65. Don't know when the last Mopie one was or from the independents. Rambler had one based on the Rambler 2dr wagon at some point, seen a pic of one from the late '50s.

Rob

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