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My Wifes project - 64 Parisienne Safari 327


I'm running out of patience! I want to see this as the feature car!

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A very happy mrs urban_suburban with her car out in some real sunlight  today for a short while we turned it around to work on the rear next 



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Beautiful

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 Hey Mike, what's the significance of the Michigan licence plate? Lookin' great!



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'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.



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They are on it for photo purposes- plates are home improvement tv plates Tim Taylors hot rod plates Tool Time



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Happy Wife for sure. Amazing colour. I notice the square mirrors. I had round ones on my car, could never keep them tight found new square ones and they work perfect. Who knew.
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so here are some more pho my wife took while we had it outside.  About an hour before a dropped a piece of stainless trim on the gate.  After too many hours working last week we sanded the gate and fixed it up. So a little more cut and polish  do still.  

 

Lesson of the day... dont just look at the nice padded moving blanket in the trunk   put it over The paint when you work  

 

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Urban_suburban wrote:

Hopefully we wont be afraid to drive it. Paid extra for base clear so we can fix it if we need


 Now that is the attitude i like to hear. Drive them............ or they are useless. 



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Gorgeous photos .   love the combo .   great job...



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So the car paid me back for scratching it. Stupid me was focused on hinge operation of the tailgate that I didnt realize my finger was in the path to be pinched at the top. I didnt get it hard but caught the edge of the stainless on the weather strip and have it a good cut. No stitches but sore.

I tried the fellow dual quad Pete Recomended for the wagon parts and have to say... great stuff. I got all the felts to restore my tracks and guides and a new gasket for the handle. Super reasonable like Pete said. More photos to come soon

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Back in business. Got the gate cut polished once again ( soon I will write a post on how I do it) just have get some things done to be ready for the headline to get installed 

 

 

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        Love the rear trim .   I had a Pontiac wagon . I'll have to look and see if it was a Safari   any pictures of finger ?  



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No pictures of finger. It was ugly a few days ago but looking pretty normal now.

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Made some more progress today. Feeling good. Hoping to be ready to start interior after this weekend is over.

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Still lots of things to do on the car. This weekend we finally figured out the the lights and signals. The fuel gauge too as it was stuck on full (need fuel now of course) we got the interior prepped to be ready to accept the new interior. all the little touch-ups are done and the headliner pulled and all cleaned and prepped and painted and roof-rack threads sealed so we are ready to go. We are just waiting on some wind-lace that we forgot to order and then we will be ready for a friend of mine who is much more talented then I to come and put in the nice new white headliner in.

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Headliner is a big job.....   

 

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Check this out Mike: https://www.facebook.com/ArtiesParty/photos/pb.150205065134142.-2207520000.1517661716./872551509566157/?type=3&theater



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Yes I have seen that one a few days ago. It will be interesting to see the inverted colours

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Such good work. I know this does not help, but there can't be anyone on this site that has not done damage to their pride and joy in their life. Actually this would be a great on going post to start. It would be full of tears and laughs.
My son Chris and I were in the town of Blackstock Friday and did a garage tour at Dualquad Pete's house. Well his 64 wagon is soooo nice, perfect colours too. His 64SS 409, well you would have to see it to believe it. Outstanding. Thanks Pete for the time and inspiration.
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Urban_suburban wrote:

Yes I have seen that one a few days ago. It will be interesting to see the inverted colours


I saw it in a Custom Rod magazine:

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well the interior is finally ready for interior.  The power window motor is back so the gate is ready to go back together.  were are a week form the official start of interior installation. Its going to start coming together quick very soon now. 

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Urban_suburban wrote:

  we are are a week form the official start of interior installation. ??   why not today ?  

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Complete a very tedious job of getting the back glass back in with proper alignments and gear adjustments with a rebuilt power motor. Now on to drilling little holes.  A bit backwards but we realized the American gate does not have the holes for all the stainless of the Parisienne. all goes well tomorrow I will carped the rear tin plate and begin attaching the stainless and the draw bridge into place.  Cant wait to see the carpet in contrast to the car. One of the many things to get done by Friday for the headliner install 

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