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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old Oct 31st, 08, 11:40 AM
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Re: Were there any 66 Chevelles built in Mexico?

Tsk, tsk....Probably should have said here's a pair on a 70. Um, no, that wouldn't work either would it?
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post #17 of 17 (permalink) Old Nov 3rd, 08, 8:58 PM
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Re: Were there any 66 Chevelles built in Mexico?

Originally Posted by blubu View Post
I seen a 70 chevelle that was built in mexico it had different door panels and trim as well
AS wheel cover there was more. It was owned by Bill Rose in Tulsa 1-918-664-1967
He would have more info than I it was unusal. I thought it was a joke till I got to lookin it over. Anybody ever seen fiberoptics marker lites and stuff on early chevelles They set on top of fender like a chrysler
Bill Rose is a member here. I also know where a nicely optioned 69SS sits waiting for someone to come along and restore it but its owned by a collector that wants way too much money for it. It will pretty much need everything but it does have a lot of rare options on it and engine appears to match.


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