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Thats a really slow line speed. When I was at Cami I think we did 200 per shift at one point. Even at 39 per shift that's about 9 minutes per car. Were the full sized cars built on the same line?



-- Edited by 69Laurentian on Wednesday 3rd of June 2009 09:40:05 AM

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 Can anyone tell me if there are any real 1967 327 turbo 400 cars out there with a build date prior to January of 67??? In some literature I have it seems that the 327 turbo 400 option became available in January of 67??? 

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2qwik2c wrote:

 Can anyone tell me if there are any real 1967 327 turbo 400 cars out there with a build date prior to January of 67??? In some literature I have it seems that the 327 turbo 400 option became available in January of 67??? 



 I don't think this one had a big block! Unless I send the VIN to Vintage and maybe measuring the height of the engine mounts on the frame, I am not sure how I can tell!



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2quick2c: I posted a build run on the day my car was built and if you look there are 2 M40 L30 cars. Interestingly enough, they are 10 serial numbers apart. 155891 and 155901. If you give me your email, I will email it to you. It will be back in the archives here too.

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Elroy wrote:

Nice Fog lites on the wagon. I'm thinkin 427Carl would want those as he has made me a huge offer on my rare mudflaps and they would match up nice for that post car....



I need those! eyepopping.gif  can you get and ship ASAP???   LOL

 



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...they are coming Carl as soon as I can figure out how to remove them. Got a techy on that ??

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THAT RED 2+2 LOOKS LIKE WAYNES 454 CAR. IF IT IS, HE ALSO HAS A '68 GRANDE PARISIENNE 427 SPECIAL ORDER CAR.

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The Beaumont wagon and the 70 2+2 are sharp cars.

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Thanks 68SD, that 64 is sweet !  Always wanted one of those cars !!

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again very slow here,any more to add?

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68sd wrote:

you only live once



 Oh, I hear you!!! It is not the normal side of life that may kill me, it is all the stress and lack of sleep getting these cars home that will do me in! (lol) In the last near 2 months, I have done a round trip just beyond Edmonton... That is roughly 1800kms and 19 hours in one day. Then the trip to the west coast for the Grande... 2 1/2 days and roughly 4500kms to have a very stressful return driving trip home! You know it is bad when you feel like pukeing and not being able to sleep!!!
 Then a 17 1/2 hour day an hour or better north of Winnipeg totaling 1400kms. Then last nights trip for this '68 Strato of 6 hours and 600kms.
 That is just around 8300kms....... But now that they are home, now it is ok and things are getting back to normal... And yes, I agree, you only live once. Plus, look at all the great stories I can tell later!!!!

 



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68sd wrote:

not to be a downer but a friend of mine shot himself last week ,for finacial reasons or whatever!  (only 39)
hes been working on a 73 Nova SS hes had since high school.

i heard yesterday they sold the car!

enjoy yer stuff while yer here!


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 Sorry to hear...... A definate eye opener for all of us!!! No kids or family to take over the car?

 



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 I have to check mine now!!!!

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yah we will have to see a picture of that one?

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Great job there, what a great find with the Cheviacs collection !!

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Nice ones!!! And you Ontario guys say ther are no nice cars left in your province!!! smile Come on.......................

 



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KOOL!!!!!!!!

 



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My former 4 speed car---

Built Jan 13-1966

Model #76657 2 door hardtop, blue, white bucket interior, 396, 4 speed, transistor ignition, 3:31 posi, tachometer, tint glass, power antenna, tinted glass

1966 Grande Parisienne L35, M20

Do you want all options codes listed or just powertrain?

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That's the one I sold 20 years ago and tracked down in January, with credit for finding it due to this forum.

Sadly, it's "never for sale".

http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/index.spark?aBID=118110&p=3&topicID=14973085

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My ex brother in law had a '69 2+2 black with a black vinyl roof and white interior.  It was this car that got me as fanatical about the '69's as I am.

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i'm partial to 61 cars. NEAT bubbletop find there sixywagonsixtyfivechevypostguy!

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PM

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 Sorry for the snow, but believe me, I don't want it yet either!!! Welcome to the Prairies.....

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since I can not cut and paste the whole folder of  GM printouts I will have to do them 1 by 1



66 Pontiac FS.JPG

69 Pontiac FS.jpg





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If any are duplicates, then ignore  lol    thanks

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