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That's kind of funny it's got a 6 cyl emblem on one fender, and cross flags on the other.
 

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Wait...He spends $14000 on body work....lets it sit for years..pulls it out 3 weeks ago and puts it up for sale for $3000 under what the body work cost?

Something wrong here?? What did I miss?:confused:
 

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Really nice. I'm sure you could hunt down peak trim, but what do you do with the holes in the front fenders for the signal light trim extensions?
This car has all the signs of a very misguided and poorly planned restoration. Why would you install a whole new interior and not replace the faded carpet? Similarly, drill the holes for the peak trim on the passenger side before you paint the car? The front fenders are obviously 62-64...one from a V/8, the other from a six. Did he not realize there's no parking light extension trim on 65s....until after he painted and installed the fenders? Sheesh!!

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Where is the factory SS rocker trim? No holes for that either!
Actually, the '65 SS trim was above the rocker on the body line that included the lower part of the door. There was another piece behind the rear wheel opening. You're right that all these holes were filled, probably because this trim was long gone and costs a fortune if you can find replacement pieces. Too bad the parking light extension holes weren't filled at the same time.

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the rear cove trim is actually , self adhesive chrome plastic trim :rolleyes:
 

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That reminds me, I need to remind my body-guy to weld up the holes on the fenders for my 65 and put new ones in the right spot for the 65 trim.
 

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HE WANT'S TOO MUCH FOR A MISGUIDED CAR, I'D RATHER START FROM WHERE IT'S AT, THAN FROM A RUSTBUCKET! :yes:
 
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