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My Wifes project - 64 Parisienne Safari 327


What a journey and boy it's looking great, love the color!



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Mike, you and your dad are artists. That 64 beauty is a work of art. 



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Plugging away on various tasks. Almost done cutting and polishing the exterior. I received a call our interior guy will be ready in about 4 weeks to commence the interior work.  So along with working on the pint some more I completed the rest of the carpet and floor sections 

one more door and fender to do.  Then we start assembly.



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Love that aqua!



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On the home stretch for cut and polish now.  Only more quarter.  Then some hazy areas to touch up and then its stage two and stage three police that are about 3-4 hours each step then Ill wax behind the areas that chrome will be assembled and start the build. i have some holidays coming up.  I can hardly wait to start getting some bling on it. 



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The wagon is all cut and first stage polish all the way around the car.  



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Today I finally got to assemble something.  Good feeling to be starting to build finally.  got these beauty taillights from Darryl.  

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I like your idea of the tarp on the hoist before you park the upper car. I hadn't thought of doing it that way. My Trans Am doesn't leak anything but the Strato Chief has a typical drippy old 283 in it and I need to always put something underneath the car when it's on top.

And that wagon just keeps looking better by the day.

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Today I finally got to assemble something.  Good feeling to be starting to build finally.  got these beauty taillights from Darryl.  


 Glad they made it onto such a nice car!



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I like your idea of the tarp on the hoist before you park the upper car. I hadn't thought of doing it that way. My Trans Am doesn't leak anything but the Strato Chief has a typical drippy old 283 in it and I need to always put something underneath the car when it's on top.

And that wagon just keeps looking better by the day.


 We do it for several reasons. We have all the drip trays under the engine and transmission and one under the diff. But there is no doubt you collect sand and dirt when you drive so we dont want it coming down.  Also we didn want the polish slurry flying up onto the bottom of the Impala 



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Finally got to put some jewellery on the car. My buddy with long skinn arms helped me put the impossible Parisienne emblem on the drivers side.  So we put a couple others on while we were at in 

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Beautiful job!

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Got to be a real good feeling starting to see it come together. It is looking super.

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Got some more chrome on it today.  just a little more detail polishing left to do then i can start waxing.  Once thats done we start putting it together and yes that is a great feeling finally able to put pieces back on



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Do you have a roof rack for it .  



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Do you have a roof rack for it .  


 Yes. Just had it re-chromed. All goes well it goes on tomorrow 



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Wow .  thats cool.....  re-chromed will be sharp .  



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Wow .  thats cool.....  re-chromed will be sharp .  


 Here is a little sneak peek.  I assembled the stanchions today. Have to get some new well nuts before I can put on.  Thanks for enlarging my photos.  Not sure how to do it with my phone. 

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I think we are all thinking the same thing here, once your car is done we will see it featured at the top of the page.

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Looking fantastic!! Beauty job and luv the car parts in the house!

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Beautiful work!  I really like how this is turning out. Love the colour combo and the attention to detail!

Thanks for posting the progress, it's great to be able to 'go along for the ride'... smile



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Plugging away.  As my wife said today... her princess now has her tiara on.  Now I am working away getting the nose together and on. Something that has never been on since we have had the car.  

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Awesome project .    I'm not a roof rack fan but that is very nice ....



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