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57 Chevy two door hardtop


Low mileage 350, Muncie 4 speed. Correct5 Hurst shifter for a bench seat 567. Perfect uncut V-8 rad cradle. New 1/4's, inner and outer rockers, body supports. New: Danchuk harness, fuzzies, rubbers, dash trim and knobs, window regulator, windshield, NOS rocker moldings, Bel Air radio block off, etc. $6000 new parts. All side trim bumpers, etc. Front fenders metal finished perfect. Needs minor front floor pan work yet and one rear wellwell patch. Trunk solid. Front suspension and steering was new before it went in the body shop. Have a 62 Chevy power m/c and bracket to go on. Straight front bumper, rechromed rear. $12,500 running driving trades considered. Skirts, front and rear bumper guards, and trunk trim available for more $$.

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Might be helpful if you posted your location?



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Somewhere in Saskatchewan.



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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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Is it just ME....or is it really a PITA..... to read posts with these LARGE pictures?

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MoboMac wrote:

Is it just ME....or is it really a PITA..... to read posts with these LARGE pictures?


Sometimes the pictures "blow-up" the thread. Such as this: http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t23410906/assembly-manuals-for-our-cars/?page=2

In this case, they work fine for me and the thread fits the screen. 

I'm not a techie, but perhaps you to "scale down" your screen %.



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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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The car is in Saskatchewan, less than an hour from the Manitoba border. Don't know why the pics got so big, sorry. I have more pics of the car and parts if you're interested.

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Pontiacanada wrote:
MoboMac wrote:

Is it just ME....or is it really a PITA..... to read posts with these LARGE pictures?


Sometimes the pictures "blow-up" the thread. Such as this: http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t23410906/assembly-manuals-for-our-cars/?page=2

In this case, they work fine for me and the thread fits the screen. 

I'm not a techie, but perhaps you to "scale down" your screen %.


 Scaling down the screen......makes the text unreadable......

 

  I'd much rather read the post first....and then look at the pictures larger...if I choose to...

 

  Perhaps somebody should tell the webmaster?



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I always like it when someone posts with small pictures and text, then 427 Carl SCTV's the pictures next!!

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GLHS60 wrote:

I always like it when someone posts with small pictures and text, then 427 Carl SCTV's the pictures next!!

GLWS


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          and some need then big     I also copy and paste the "ads"  as some folks are afraid press click



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Nothing I can do about it. If the photos are huge to begin with (and the usually are with most cameras) the person who posts needs to scale them down on his computer first (using photoshop etc.). I try to scale mine down to 8x10".


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Canadian Poncho wrote:

Nothing I can do about it. If the photos are huge to begin with (and the usually are with most cameras) the person who posts needs to scale them down on his computer first (using photoshop etc.). I try to scale mine down to 8x10".


The really BIG pictures just give the thread a "comic book" or "cartoon"  flavor......and I out grew those years ago....

 I'm here to learn....and share knowledge......NOT look at big pictures.....and struggle to read the "meat" of the post....

 But I guess...if cartoons are what the rest of the audience wants......so be it.....biggrin

  Back to topic.......

Looks like a decent project 57.....Good Luck with the sale...



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