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Received a cool Christmas suprise in the mail...


I went to the mail yesterday and there was an envelope there with a wonderful surprise in it! I had planned that at some point I was going to have to get some reproduction valve cover decals made for Acadian 327's because my new engine looks so plain with those missing. I did NOT want to put the Chevy decals on there!

Soooo, thanks very much to a CP member who likely would almost want to remain anonymous. I will respect that anonymity, KELICO......!!!!!  NOT!

Out of the goodness of his heart he shipped me what could be his last set of repro decals he had made.  To use an overused but very true phrase, THIS SITE ROCKS!!!!

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-- Edited by Carl Stevenson on Friday 31st of December 2010 09:24:28 PM

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Most excellent

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Cool!

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Nice decals Carl, but they are not the same as the factory ones installed on my L79.
The decals on my motor,were used to make reproductions at Osborne Reproductions.
I think they are in Georga. I know they sell decals online ( they also have a bunch of "Canadian " decals too.
All the best in the new year,
Roger

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Mail, Phone or FAX to:
Jim Osborn Reproductions Inc.
101 Ridgecrest Drive Lawrenceville, GA 30045
Phone (770) 962-7556 - FAX (770) 962-5881
I think you might have to phone them for the Acadian decals
Roger

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

I went to the mail yesterday and there was an envelope there with a wonderful surprise in it! I had planned that at some point I was going to have to get some reproduction valve cover decals made for Acadian 327's because my new engine looks so plain with those missing. I did NOT want to put the Chevy decals on there!

Soooo, thanks very much to a CP member who likely would almost want to remain anonymous. I will respect that anonymity, KELICO......!!!!!  NOT!

Out of the goodness of his heart he shipped me what could be his last set of repro decals he had made.  To use an overused but very true phrase, THIS SITE ROCKS!!!!

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-- Edited by Carl Stevenson on Friday 31st of December 2010 09:24:28 PM



you  can  say  it again  Carl..............it  does rock !!!!!  i found   a whole  bunch  of stuff   for  my  Beaumont  since i  have registered

my  last  catch  thanks  to Lefty.............a brand  new  Beaumont  script ( the one  that goes between  the  tail lights)    the  thing   is brand  spanking   new  !!!!

at  a fair  price  also!

long live  C  P  !!!

 



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1967  BEAUMONT   2 DOOR  POST  ALL NEW  283

1965  CHEV  BEL AIR   230   3 SPEED

I LIKE THEM PLAIN , I LOVE BENCH SEATS , POVERTY CAPS,NO TRIM.

I HAVE  THIS THING  FOR  A 4 DOOR 65  BISCAYNE  6 CYL  STD  DONT KNOW  WHY ?

 

 



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Nice decals Carl, but they are not the same as the factory ones installed on my L79.
The decals on my motor,were used to make reproductions at Osborne Reproductions.
I think they are in Georga. I know they sell decals online ( they also have a bunch of "Canadian " decals too.
All the best in the new year,
Roger



Yes Roger, these are for 65 and possibly 64.  66 seems to use a different decal.

 



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very cool!!!


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