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Old 02-10-2013, 12:06 AM
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I posted that info because there's a chance it wasn't known by who I directed the post to. The same thing I posted has been brought up before. Some guys here even go to the trouble of using a host site to download their images from- just so they cannot be "reverse engineered". I don't care what anyone does or doesn't do.

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Old 02-10-2013, 10:00 AM
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Ok, what late 60's American made car had metal and fiberglass body panels with the metal ones painted with Enamal and the fiberglass ones with lacquer?

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A wild guess a Studebaker Avaiti ,only car i can think of steel and glass.??
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Old 02-10-2013, 12:41 PM
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Nope, but I'll give you that it is a performance car.

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Old 02-10-2013, 01:51 PM
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I"m thinkin Shelby mustang?
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Is my face Red i forgot about 63 & 64 lightweight galaxie .64 thunderbolt .shelby and Boss all had fiberglass and sheetmetal.
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Is my face Red i forgot about 63 galaxie .64 thunderbolt .shelby and Boss all had fiberglass and sheetmetal.
I was sitting here going through all of those and since he said "late" 60's shelby or boss were the best fit in my line of thought. But I don't know about camaro's did COPO or Z28 have glass hoods? I've never worked on anything other than ss and rs cars. I'm sure it is not that simple. Coming from Brian it will be a one of a kind, only one ever made, and destroyed as soon as the paint dried, prototype or something

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I was sitting here going through all of those and since he said "late" 60's shelby or boss were the best fit in my line of thought. But I don't know about camaro's did COPO or Z28 have glass hoods? I've never worked on anything other than ss and rs cars. I'm sure it is not that simple. Coming from Brian it will be a one of a kind, only one ever made, and destroyed as soon as the paint dried, prototype or something

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Smart aleck You were correct with the Shelby Mustang.

Learned it on this car.



I was blown away at when I used 3M stripe remover to remove the strip on door and when it hit the front fender it took the paint off! Wild, still makes me sick to think that I repainted that original car, and it was pretty nice too.

It's your floor Kelly!

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LOL ,this will be interesting Z28m COPO,and ZL1 had steel hoods.Yenco, Motionm, Balwin dont know about Bill Thomas cars.
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:LOL ,this will be interesting Z28m COPO,and ZL1 had steel hoods.Yenco, Motionm, Balwin dont know about Bill Thomas cars.
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That was all meant as a compliment Brian. You have a canny ability to find some darn hard to find stuff. And of course all in good fun sir.

On to my question again probably an easy one but, sitting inside a mustang, what is the most noticeable difference in 64 1/2 and 65 dash controls?

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Maybe a better wording is the most obvious or easily noticed difference?
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Just joking Kelly. On the Mustang I do not remember at all, the back ground color of the gauges unless I am thinking about another car.

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Brian I'm not sure on the gauge color, but that's not what I'm lookin for
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I am going blank.

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