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RE: Another 70 B-body in the stable, this time a Parisienne 2 dr hardtop


Does anyone have a line on a replacement Heater/fan script panel?
I was told that there was a custom graphics shop that can do that but I am waiting for the information to be emailed to me.
This one has the wood grain; mine has just the silver finish.
Love the black interior!


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a few more photo's, check out the vintage plates I got with the car - should be easy to remember:

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Clint, do you have a manual trans pedal set for this car?

I see a Manitoba CP member Howmac has some manual stuff for sale over on Ch*vytalk in the classifieds.

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I"M SORRY   confusecryhmm      but I love the whitewalls   biggrinbiggrin



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muttwood wrote:

Does anyone have a line on a replacement Heater/fan script panel?
I was told that there was a custom graphics shop that can do that but I am waiting for the information to be emailed to me.
This one has the wood grain; mine has just the silver finish.
Love the black interior!


Dave Plummer had a graphics shop do a heater control for his 69, it cost him dearly.   69's instrument cluster had the brushed aluminum finish, 70 had the woodgrain (2 versions - "Burled elm" and "Walnut".   I think the "Burled Elm" was only in the Bonneville's)



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Carl Stevenson wrote:

Clint, do you have a manual trans pedal set for this car?

I see a Manitoba CP member Howmac has some manual stuff for sale over on Ch*vytalk in the classifieds.


yup, I bought a pedal set on this site, and had a set from a '67 that could have been modified.   I've bought a few things from Homac as well, and he was kind enough to source me a disc brake pedal cover for a manual trans car.



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Ok, cool, had to make sure!

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427carl wrote:

I"M SORRY   confusecryhmm      but I love the whitewalls   biggrinbiggrin


Maybe I shouldn't have given them such a good scrubbing.  They were basically a set of used rims/tires when I got them. I popped off the old trim rings, filled up the pail with dish soap and gave them a real good scubbing.   The trim rings on it now are the same as on my 2+2's, they give a better look.  



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I really like that car Clint! The tires and wheels look good.

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I pulled all the wheel opening moldings off yesterday and cleaned them up.  They were all held on by the wrong screws, so luckily I hoarded a bunch of proper screws from the junk-yard up by Bowden AB one day.  I just gave the proper screws a good soaking in CLR, and bit the shine with steel wool, and reattached the moldings.     I've got a couple sets of door edge guards coming from Kurt Kelsey in Iowa, I only needed one set but you never know when you'll need another especially with 4 cars!!!!



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What a great looking car Clint. I love gold cars for some strange reason. Really wish I could have seen Rick's convertible before it was red.

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Wish that car was in Ontario  we'd pay big money for it



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427carl wrote:

Wish that car was in Ontario  we'd pay big money for it


The photo's don't show the rust that it has.   While nothing like an Ontario car, there is some deterioration (that has been fixed at least once already) at each wheel opening.  



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don't mind me i'm just sitting here drooling all over my keyboard.

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Now all you need is a wagon and a 4 door sedan.

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Now all you need is a wagon and a 4 door sedan.


A sedan like this?  I've posted this photo before, it's about 2 miles from my house, and you never know, some of its parts may end on one of my cars.

StratoChief 2.jpg



-- Edited by seventy2plus2 on Sunday 4th of November 2012 10:56:13 PM



-- Edited by seventy2plus2 on Monday 5th of November 2012 07:30:41 PM

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Very nice looking car, look's like the wheel's found a good home!

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76GLM wrote:

Very nice looking car, look's like the wheel's found a good home!


I had the wheels/tires so I had to buy the car to put them on!!! 



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Sound's like me lol. I just picked up a set of 15 X 7 honeycombs on my trip to Portland Oregon, now what to do with them????

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We are glad you fellows out West are saving these old pieces of History biggrin   

all we have here in Ontario are a few old musty rotten shells...  

Maybe we should start  a foundation for the preservation and movement of old car to Ontario.....



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was it a vinyl roof car at one time?


Nope, always a painted roof car.    Also power drum brakes. 


 That's interesting.  So was the chrome divider an option on non-vinyl/non-two-tone cars?

Looks great all cleaned up, by the way.

Thanks for posting all the pics! 



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We are glad you fellows out West are saving these old pieces of History biggrin   

all we have here in Ontario are a few old musty rotten shells...  

Maybe we should start  a foundation for the preservation and movement of old car to Ontario.....


 I'll only agree to this if some of them make the trip further east to the Maritimes... biggrin



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We are glad you fellows out West are saving these old pieces of History biggrin   

all we have here in Ontario are a few old musty rotten shells...  

Maybe we should start  a foundation for the preservation and movement of old cars to Ontario and the Maritimes.....biggrin


 I'll only agree to this 


 



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We are glad you fellows out West are saving these old pieces of History biggrin   

all we have here in Ontario are a few old musty rotten shells...  

Maybe we should start  a foundation for the preservation and movement of old cars to Ontario and the Maritimes.....biggrin


 


 


 That's better!  We east coast guys need some non-rusty stuff too... smile



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.................great looking ride.............these are few and far between Down Under.............love the wheels...............more pictures please......................



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