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Old 04-15-2021, 03:36 PM
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What an unbelievable survivor in the best color combo possible! Congratulations Bill.
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----What a car! The interior is spectacular as is the rest of this Chevelle. I noticed no tire call out on the paperwork. Were redlines the standard tire? Did you get the mag wheels pictured in the purchase?
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Old 04-15-2021, 05:01 PM
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That is one beautiful car! Congratulations Bill.
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Definitely a stunning car and thanks for allowing us the pleasure to help you clean her up. That car was full of very interesting original assembly line details.
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Beautiful car Bill! Congratulations
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Awesome 66. Thanks for posting.
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----What a car! The interior is spectacular as is the rest of this Chevelle. I noticed no tire call out on the paperwork. Were redlines the standard tire? Did you get the mag wheels pictured in the purchase?
Yes, the interior is particularly nice, beyond the typical yellowing of the dash plastic it is pretty much flawless.
The 7.75x14 redline is the standard tire for this car.
These correct for '66 covers were on the car when I acquired it.
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Definitely a stunning car and thanks for allowing us the pleasure to help you clean her up. That car was full of very interesting original assembly line details.
Thank you!!
As we know Rick, it was an oily greasy mess under the hood!! Thank you for helping me uncover the patina that was hidden beneath!

Just recently I took it a step further. Some serious cleaning of the chassis and wheel wells revealed more original paint and markings under that Alabama red dirt.
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Thank you everyone for the kind words, all are much appreciated!!!

Thank you Steve for giving us a platform for all to share our common interest in great cars.

Special thanks Bruce for your time and effort in putting these stories together.
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