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RE: 63 Parisienne wagon on kijiji Red Deer


Congrats!  You now own one of the coolest wagons in the country, and I'm not talking about the -25... biggrin



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Way to go! It's cool car.
It's nice as is but it would also be a great restoration project down the road a ways.

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Good score! i must say i was kind of drooling over that car. You have lots of options now.  Either restore it or put a 327 back in it (it would still be a really nice car with that combo) and use the 409 for something else. Or just drive it and enjoy for quite a while

Lots of great potential in a bunch of directions!



-- Edited by 66 Grande guy on Wednesday 7th of March 2018 01:19:01 AM

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Congrats. I am looking forward to seeing more photos of it.

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Good stuff. More pictures when you get a chance!



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I get some good pictures soon, but here is a video of a ride in it.... and yes it is that violent, I love it!

 



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And here is another Vs his G8

 



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That made my day! smile
goushdds wrote:

I get some good pictures soon, but here is a video of a ride in it.... and yes it is that violent, I love it!

 


 



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Another feature car.

(I can't believe someone hasn't already said that!)

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It probably weighs the same as the G8.............. I think the G8 is about 4100 lbs. I like that sound, and the tach kinda flips sideways in a hurry.

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63 Pariesienne sport coupe (The Big GTO), black, maroon interior, 409 4 speed; former owner of a 59 El Camino, 63 Corvette SWC, 62 Chev Bel Air SC. Parting out a 63 Parisienne convertible.

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That car sounds great!
409's have a sound all their own.

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

Another feature car.

(I can't believe someone hasn't already said that!)


Getting  Joel's one family (his) owner 1964 Parisienne Convertible would also be well worth a feature spot.

This 64 ragtop has had quite an  interesting life........but maybe getting Joel to tell it would be like pulling teeth.

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Thats a great idea. 64 Rag!



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Greaser wrote:
Carl Stevenson wrote:

Another feature car.

(I can't believe someone hasn't already said that!)


Getting  Joel's one family (his) owner 1964 Parisienne Convertible would also be well worth a feature spot.

This 64 ragtop has had quite an  interesting life........but maybe getting Joel to tell it would be like pulling teeth.

-G

 


 LOL I can assure you pulling teeth can be easier some times!

 

I've been procrastinating on writing up a story for my ragtop. Problem is, it has so much history its hard to know what to put in and what to leave out.  I will get around to it hopefully sooner than later!



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Joel, all these years I've had this nagging question: What does "goushdds" mean?

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 LOL I can assure you pulling teeth can be easier some times!

 

I've been procrastinating on writing up a story for my ragtop. Problem is, it has so much history its hard to know what to put in and what to leave out.  I will get around to it hopefully sooner than later!


 Joel, don't leave anything out.... I think you need to document the 54 years of history this car has and what 

better place than Canadian Poncho.......it's a great story.

-G

Maybe a video documentation would work?



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Greaser wrote:
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 LOL I can assure you pulling teeth can be easier some times!

 

I've been procrastinating on writing up a story for my ragtop. Problem is, it has so much history its hard to know what to put in and what to leave out.  I will get around to it hopefully sooner than later!


 Joel, don't leave anything out.... I think you need to document the 54 years of history this car has and what 

better place than Canadian Poncho.......it's a great story.

-G

Maybe a video documentation would work?



-- Edited by Greaser on Thursday 8th of March 2018 02:29:23 PM


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Canadian Poncho wrote:

Joel, all these years I've had this nagging question: What does "goushdds" mean?


my nick name growing up was always goush (last 5 letters of my last name) and then I added DDS to my email and screen names, once I got my degree.....Hence the tooth pulling comments wink



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RootCanal was taken? I always used SSDD, but DDSS would work too for you?

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