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No emblems on the hood. Also, just a heads up, I've found that with GM emblems, the casting# does not always match the part #.

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Oh good one less 2 +2 emblem to find lol



-- Edited by Bill shuba on Saturday 29th of December 2018 05:37:11 PM

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cant help but think that if some company is making repop 2+2 emblems the louvers will be next..for a 1000 US I can wait and I have probs waiting for much lol

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found 67 repop fender emblems now although I know there is 20 of them how do you think 65 bonnie or catalina louvers match up ? useing 5 of course each side ?

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Ames Performance Engineering makes the 67 fender emblems and the 65 hood emblem which you can use as the 69 trunk emblem if you cut the mounting studs off and use a mounting adhesive to attach it.



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Thank you how long are the louvers ? 4.15/16 close?

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Bill shuba wrote:

found 67 repop fender emblems now although I know there is 20 of them how do you think 65 bonnie or catalina louvers match up ? useing 5 of course each side ?


 The 65 Catalina 2+2 louvers are much smaller than the 69 2+2 louvers.  They have the same look, but are much smaller.



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These are 4 15/16 long...are 67 longer ? bonnie /catailina ?  yep thinking USA prob not going to make repops for canada cars 



-- Edited by Bill shuba on Saturday 29th of December 2018 07:35:48 PM



-- Edited by Bill shuba on Saturday 29th of December 2018 07:37:55 PM

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65 Catalina 2+2 louvers are much thinner than the 69 2+2 louvers.

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gave Things alot of thought today between work the lake and any spare time I get work on my 64. If I ever had a car that should be a frame off it would be the 69,,dont have the time nor the energy because I like to do all the work myself and thats a big part of my hobby.. SO I am going to take a pile of pics ,clean it up abit ,see if I can get it going and Sell it to someone that has what it will take to get it done right..I will post all pics here and if anyone knows someone or someone here maybe interested you can message me with a offer ..not looking for alot all here have been so much help to me with my questions and I can trust it will be in good hands and looked after,,thats the promiss I made to my buddy so will feel good about it thanks guys I will post pics as soon as I can

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Sorry it's not going to work out Bill, but that's the way it goes. Your 64 really needs the focus right now.

But please put up some pictures like you said before it goes south.



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Bill shuba wrote:

gave Things alot of thought today between work the lake and any spare time I get work on my 64. If I ever had a car that should be a frame off it would be the 69,,dont have the time nor the energy because I like to do all the work myself and thats a big part of my hobby.. SO I am going to take a pile of pics ,clean it up abit ,see if I can get it going and Sell it to someone that has what it will take to get it done right..I will post all pics here and if anyone knows someone or someone here maybe interested you can message me with a offer ..not looking for alot all here have been so much help to me with my questions and I can trust it will be in good hands and looked after,,thats the promiss I made to my buddy so will feel good about it thanks guys I will post pics as soon as I can


Sound thinking Bill. Good stuff! 



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From experience you would have had a better chance than most of finding an L48 350 300-horse under the hood & 12-bolt underneath on a 2+2. A great engine when high octane fuel was available but have to make some changes today.

 

So Bill, when time & opportunity presents itself, take your time & assess the car. Clean it up thoroughly, takes some good pics, share them here and solicit good starting prices. Or maybe the stars will align, you will fall for the car and the Nigerian U.S. Ambassador really does have an ATM card pre-loaded with $5 million USD in your name. I'd be on the edge of my seat.  Green car originally, as in Verdoro Green? They had a number of greens that were popular that year.



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Bill. Seen the FB post. Bare minimum for your car is a 350. The engine options, I may stand corrected, 250hp 350 2bbl, 300hp 350 4bbl, 265hp 396 2bbl, 335hp 427 and 390hp 427 both 4bbl. Dual exhaust was an option on all engines except for the 390hp.


 

Actually you couldn't order duals on the 350 2bbl (250 horse) for some reason.  As mentioned here Duals were standard on the 390 horse.  Optional on the 300, 265 and 335 horse engines. 


 

And I -think- the optional is still different from the 390hp car, which got full resonators and everything specific to that car.  If you got duals on a 335hp car, for example I don't think you got the resonators, etc.



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Bill shuba wrote:

gave Things alot of thought today between work the lake and any spare time I get work on my 64. If I ever had a car that should be a frame off it would be the 69,,dont have the time nor the energy because I like to do all the work myself and thats a big part of my hobby.. SO I am going to take a pile of pics ,clean it up abit ,see if I can get it going and Sell it to someone that has what it will take to get it done right..I will post all pics here and if anyone knows someone or someone here maybe interested you can message me with a offer ..not looking for alot all here have been so much help to me with my questions and I can trust it will be in good hands and looked after,,thats the promiss I made to my buddy so will feel good about it thanks guys I will post pics as soon as I can


 

Wish you would have decided that before I took mine apart for metal work!  Or maybe I'm not, it forced me to "fix" mine instead of rebodying it...

I really dodged a bullet with mine though, the frame was minty because someone had powdercoated it (whole, bushings and all!) or POR-15d it which preserved it.

 

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Dave, that frame is a work of art!

Probably for the best, because the car had belonged to the dad of Bill's buddy, and I think he wants to see it restored and back on the road some day, rather than becoming a parts car.

Plus, yours will have more cred, IMHO, if it's not a rebody.  Once you rebody it, it will never be the real car again (again, IMHO).



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CanGMfan I think the dash was green..dont recall even looking at the door panels,noticed the buckets console, Seats and the convert top and back window on the rear seat dont even remember if it had AC or not..wasnt too interested once it wasnt a big block you know something different or Special ..but I do remember thinking it would be a nice car cleaned up and a easy fix bodys in great shape .Even if I had to put my 283 in it .now didn't look at the frame or floors...talked to my bud today and with luck I can see the car this week or next yes Dave the whole point of deciding to get the car was to have it on the road looking good as promissed to my bud.I get my car paint from him at NO cost ..not someones parts car or lawn art...mind you if the frame is gone? I guess if someone wants it bad enough they can do with as they want ..

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Dave, that frame is a work of art!

Probably for the best, because the car had belonged to the dad of Bill's buddy, and I think he wants to see it restored and back on the road some day, rather than becoming a parts car.

Plus, yours will have more cred, IMHO, if it's not a rebody.  Once you rebody it, it will never be the real car again (again, IMHO).





That's funny, I was looking at the pics and thinking "Man, what a work of art that is" and then I see that's exactly what you posted!

Beautiful....

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those rally rims on my 2+2 are they 15 or 14's ??? going to have to put rims and tires on the back to load

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Rear doesnt matter. The rear drum system will accept 14 or 15. If the front is disc 15 is the smallest rim diameter that will work.

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Thanks again Eric that will work great

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Bill shuba wrote:

those rally rims on my 2+2 are they 15 or 14's ??? going to have to put rims and tires on the back to load


No disc brake emblem on the brake pedal, so could very well be 14" rims on the car.



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oh very observant Thank you learning so much

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Perfect 427 4 speed clone........Just thinking out loud.

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sounds like friday morn is pic day..if the weather warms up ?..feel like a little kid with excitement lol

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