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Love it thanks for sharing
Like the look also. Reminds of 68 Dart grill.
What size tires do you have on your car? Lowered at all?
Thank you for your compliments. I like the black grill too, I felt the chrome was too bland with the color of my car. Chrome looks better against darker cars I reckon.
Awesome love seeing all these rides from everyone thanks so much.
67 gtx work in progress
I don't know why but this is my favorite picture of my car so far.
Thank you ,we all know,lots of hard love for her!
I like it alot
Nice looking car, what size tires are you running ?
My work in progress!
Great thread. So many cool cars! Here's my collection, both past and present... The one that started it all - 67 Satellite, H-code 383 4bbl, 727, A/C, PDB, PS, 3.23 SG, Trailer Tow pkg. Bought it in 1987 with 91k mile, moved to FL in it and used it as my daily driver for a couple of years. Restored it in the early 90's and still driving/loving it. Before: During: After: Bought this 67 Belvedere II 318/727 in 1989 and used it as my daily driver while I restored my Satellite. Drove it for a few years, parked it and then stripped it. Bought this 67 Satellite convertible around 1992. G-code 383/727 rust bucket. Still kind of wish I had saved this one, but it would have taken too much to fix all the rust so I stripped it. I bought this 67 Belvedere II conv. 318/727 in 1995 with 51k miles. It was in pretty good shape overall, but had some minor mechanical issues. This one convinced me to give up on trying to save the Satellite convertible - I would have spent more on body work on that car than I paid for this one. It's currently in project status. Working to treat the rust on the underside, new fuel tank, disc brake upgrade and all new suspension components. Have most of the parts, but lacking time...
I really love these old cars and so very unique in their styling the roof lines are amazing!
I LOVE turbine bronze!