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- Oct 14, 2018
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Very nice car jeepthrills1. But that’s definitely not B7. This is B7. B7 can appear to be light blue on sunny days. Or it appears to be much darker, depending on how overcast it is outside. But, it’s never that dark.
Looks like a very simple restoration compared to others. I bet you’re excited for paint. B3 is by far the most abundant color blue on B bodies. Regardless, it’s a beautiful color. B7 is actually the rarest of the 3 on B bodies.Hmmm..well...its dark..lol..someone a few months ago thought it was a mid 70s color...dosent matter..I found my local paint dealer makes B3...gonna try a quart to do the engine compartment and maybe jambs is theres enough.
Nice looking car. You will have to give him some static for not doing the behind the grill blackout however.Some photos of my buddies A12 clone. It's a great resto on a beautiful, 383 Bee. It currently runs low 12's in pure stock-ish trim. He runs American Racer sticky tires in the rear, but uses manifolds and a legal cam. I've been riding his butt for years to remove the mud flaps. Rather have scratches than them. Hope he sees this!
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Almost 4yrs but who's counting beside you& better-half?!!!! The price is still real good,I mean less than 10k. Only if I live long enuf!!! All still good,so far. I'm still trying to figure out where vintagechromoly(?) in Akron is located. Think I've seen that car once.STILL?????
That thing is hideous. You should really get rid of it. Feel free to drop it off at my house and I’ll take care of it for you1968 Super Bee, matching numbers, 426 Hemi, auto collum, vinal roof, am rear speaker control, rear defogger, tinted windows, sport wheel, with only 23,000 documented miles, and QQ1 bright blue poly.
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