cookie cutter hard top?I was just at the good guys show with 4000 cars.How many cookie cutter hard tops were there....2or 3....hardly cookie cutter?How many el camino,camaros,chevelles were there?Hundreds.bmI love this car! I know this guy - he built it himself and THANK GOD, NOT ANOTHER COOKIE CUTTER HARD TOP. :yes::yes::yes:
This summer at the Good Guys show in Seattle - don't know how many cars attended, but I counted over 50 Novas, and 16 of them were 66 or 67 hard tops that were painted red. Sorry there's such a shortage in California.cookie cutter hard top?I was just at the good guys show with 4000 cars.How many cookie cutter hard tops were there....2or 3....hardly cookie cutter?How many el camino,camaros,chevelles were there?Hundreds.bm
Calm down Batman it was just a wagon:devil::devil: Dude seriously look at the moldings and that trunk die cast someone put a whole lot of work into this car and I like it. Novas were built to modify cut up and turn them into the car of your dreams, be it pro street pro touring or just slapping some big wheels and calling it good (it' all good):yes::yes:cut up a perfectly good carI dont like it:no:bm
tastefully done.it's easy to pick out "likes and dislikes",but a project of this size takes some real vision and ability.i think you hit a homerun brutha!!:yes:Thanks for taking the time to take a few photos of our no camino, drove it there & back home approx. 1000 miles, guess I better clean the butterflies off tomorrow. See ya in da streets. Zackly
Bill, thank you, someone said I "cut up a perfectly good car", All pillers above cowel were bent to the left several inches & the top was like a motocross track. it was also a crusher candidate. ZacklyVery Nice Zackly,I have seen some start to finish pics of this car.I think you done a Geat job on the rescue of the wagon,you saved it from the crusher and turned it into a show winner.