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RE: 1969 A-body but not a Beaumont (sorry)


Looking great, Carl! 

You have truly reinforced the notion that we are all caretakers of our old cars, preserving them so they can be enjoyed by future owners. 

Even more, you've stepped it up a notch and are improving it for the former owner!  biggrin

Whichever way it goes, you sure have it looking good!  The new seat covers will make a huge difference as well.



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Looking great, Carl! 

You have truly reinforced the notion that we are all caretakers of our old cars, preserving them so they can be enjoyed by future owners. 

Even more, you've stepped it up a notch and are improving it for the former owner!  biggrin

Whichever way it goes, you sure have it looking good!  The new seat covers will make a huge difference as well.


          Thank you !     I have enjoyed doing some things, to tidy it up   it drives like a new 69 car  (I remember... I was there lol )

         Today its 150 F hmm and I'm polishing it and then wax and then back in storage...  

         till Bothwell car show Aug 10th    then Bean Fest  Aug 24th  (Zurich Ont.)  then away for the winter...



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Holy Hot    must be 40C     85 in my garage with lights off      

I did the Clay Bar on the green paint, and tonight I used Meguiars Ultimate Polish...    amazing results....    

The paint had never been done since it was new in 09    

Tomorrow  Meguiars  wax    then I will do my 2500HD    

The Chevelle is getting so pretty, I might be able to flip it for over 10g 



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