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Merry Christmas......to ME


Brought the gold 64 home from the upholstery shop today......with a new top......

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Merry Christmas for sure.
What a nice variation from white or black.

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THAT LOOKS NICE, I LOVE IT !!smilesmile



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I'll say ! Very nice look.



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Very nice!! That Gold against the background of the snow covered peaks makes an unreal pic!! That's a one ton......might be over the GVW packing that Poncho!wink



-- Edited by hawkeye5766 on Saturday 17th of December 2016 01:02:36 AM

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hawkeye5766 wrote:

Very nice!! That Gold against the background of the snow covered peaks makes an unreal pic!! That's a one ton......might be over the GVW packing that Poncho!wink



-- Edited by hawkeye5766 on Saturday 17th of December 2016 01:02:36 AM


 It was built back in the days when a one ton was WAY under-rated.....

 The deck was made and installed by Custom Engineering on the C30 cab and chassis....when it was brand new in 74.

 GVW is 10,000 lbs.........The truck scales @ about 6200......and I'd say the 64 is about 3800 ballpark.....so I'm right on the $$$.

  I've actually had over 7000 lbs on the deck....with no probs......Try that with anything NEW....and you'll bend the frame behind the cab....



-- Edited by MoboMac on Saturday 17th of December 2016 01:16:50 AM

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Beauty Brian! Very nice!



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That' a great looking color combo.

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Thats very sharp.

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Nice Christmas present Brian. Looks perfect! Nice combo.

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Love the look! That colour of top adds a touch of class. PM me if you'd like your car featured in 2017.


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First look was for the colour combo, which is very pleasing.

Second look reveals that the top fit is fiddle string tight...no waves.

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I love this shot so much I added a little more saturation and contrast, cropped it a little and added it to my Canadian Pontiac page on flicker!

It's the contrast of colours, the old ramp truck and the mountains. Kind of Epic.

Hope you don't mind.

 



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Very Nice! 2 thumbs up

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Gasonmiles wrote:

Very Nice! 2 thumbs up


 

:yup............:love...........great lookin' Poncho......:cool:


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Thanks for all the positive comments on my 'vert.....

It's a very respectable "driver/survivor".........Bought it in 2003

From April to Halloween.....it sits in my carport.....and every day that the sun comes out.....we put the top down....and drive it....that's the RULES.....

Had a respray....and a new top in 89........pretty much BONE stock.....other than radial tires.....still run the stock style single exhaust..........and the original 283/2bbl. with glide move it around quite smartly.....although it's getting tired.....

Next week....as soon as all the snow is gone......the engine is getting replaced..(with a FRESH 283 2bbl)..and front end comes apart for ball joints and control arm bushings....shocks,etc......My plan is to have it on the road again for Easter.

I consider myself very fortunate...to have those snow capped Golden Ears mountains as the view...... from my kitchen and dining room.....VERY inspirational...

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    Fender dice,furry skirts and flames...just say NO...

These guys really know how to do a ROCK video...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pn0w7vciQCE

 




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Very nice vert, that colour top really suits the car. Most times I'm not a big fan of that colour, but with the vert with that top, it has class.

Somehow my 59 El Camino had a registered GVW of 13,500 KGS on the NS registration. I guess I could have legally hauled your 1 ton and the vert?

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