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I finished in July and only now have had some time to start building a picture board of the restoration. I would have never been able to finish this project this summer if it were not for the help of many people at this site. THANK YOU ALL. My web site is at twurm.freeservers.com . Go into the photo album and take a look.

In case I got the link wrong the site is at twurm.freeservers.com.
 

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Beautiful job Tom!! It brings back many memories of when I did mine. Nice car - now you can spend the rest of your days driving around puddles.
 

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Tom,

Very, very nice. It looks as if you did it right the first time. A truly beautiful car. Were the stripes your add on? Also, what was your experience level for body, mechanical? I am about to tackle the same process and wondering what skill levels I can master and what I need to contract out. It looks as if you did most of the work if not all.

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1969 SS Chevelle Convertible project
members.tripod.com/~The_Petzers/chevpic01.html
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Georgous Car! You did an OUTSTANDING job!
Hmmmmmm....makes me wanna tear down the '70. Wonder if I can get my wife to *walk* to work over the winter..hmmmm...

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Madness takes it's toll, please have exact change.
www.geocities.com/motorcity/shop/9385/1970Chevelle.html
 

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Tom,

Could anything (with the possible exception of family relationships) give one a greater sense of accomplishment??

Great photo history! Great job! Great car!

Congratulations!

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lookes great!talk about bringing a chevelle back from the dead.love the step by step site,you should be real proud.GOOD JOB!67rat member #199
 

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Tom,

Damn that looks good.


BTW, I am planning on painting my 67 Indigo Blue also and was wondering what is the paint code/paint year of the Indigo Blue you used?

Oh Yeah, "Damn that looks good".


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William Roche
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[This message has been edited by William Roche (edited 09-17-99).]
 

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Great looking car!! I too am interested in the paint codes for indigo blue. What was the code for the stripes? Are there any newer GM cars painted with that color of blue on the road? I would like to see it first hand, because it looks damn good in the photos!!!!
 
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