Last edited by Titanic; 07-22-2009 at 09:16 PM.
1) Yes, I know the rear plate is off center, I have to find an original plate bracket.
2) Yes, I ran of of gasoline, hence the last photo.
God Bless the Blue Bullet.
Fantastic pics. Actually even if you did run out of gas that last shot is pretty nice, maybe if not for the open hood and visible gas can.
And though I was amused by the first line, to be fair what started the "wash and shoot" threads was a Kansas-made Saturn Aura.
"Here's to Mr. Iacocca and his failed experiment, the DeLorean!" - The Office
Lookin' sharp! Have you done any restoration work on that or is it a meticulously maintained original?
I reject your reality and substitute my own.
Current: Galaxy Gray 2007 Mazda 3 s Grand Touring
Former: Super Black 2003 Nissan Maxima SE
Brilliant Blue Metallic 1995 Ford Explorer XLT 4WD
Remains one of the most striking designs ever released. A stunner.
How is it you have a Fury speedo in your Belvi ?
It is a beautiful example of how things once were. I love looking at older cars, it is one of the ways I am able to connect with previous generations. Thank you for the treat!
Beautiful Mopar! I can never get enough of looking at these great big American cruisers from the 50's...
Beautiful car... thanks for sharing these.
Nice pad in the background as well.
2 questions though. How do you listen to music in that car? and does it take unleaded fuel, or do you add a lead additive?
The price of having hope is sometimes disappointment, but the price of having no hope is always failure - Immortal Technique
What? 13 posts and no Christine comments?
Really, it looks great as is, I would enjoy it just like that.No no, neither. A lot of mechanical work was done under my watch, but cosmetically it's an older "hobbyist" refurbishment. It needs new paint and chrome.
No power steering I see.
Both the car, your treatment thereof and your photos are first-rate!
Whenever I look at historic car dashes, I can't help but wonder why can't automakers, with all the tech available today, create dashes equally appealing and simple, yet exquisite compared to the usual black plastic boredom.
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