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Lots of scrapping at the end over this one....sold for $36K!
YES! The best of Bill Mitchell's work at GM!
Well, haven't been on here in a while..........congratulations Joe! Your hard thorough work certainly paid off, that was some stiff competition...
Hi Brandon! Good to see you're back and getting the Clam back in shape. Glad to see you have a new helper too.
Very nice! Does the naughty Comfortron work properly?
Beautiful long roof! A 427, THM400, hideaway headlights and full power would better justify their price?
I'm still screeching over the '40 Ford wagon and the '47 Olds! That Pirate Surfmobile(?) made my eyes hurt!
First, welcome to the forum. We had a '72 Opel 1900 coupe in the family my Pop bought new. It was white with red interior, 4 speed. My first car...
Hope everyone is having a happy AND healthy Thanksgiving hiding at HOME with their turkeys!
Let me know when you swing through beautiful Coweta County, GA, we'll grab lunch! Post virus time of course!
Wonder what the output of a 1958 gen...
You need a 460 in those to get down the road properly!
Hey Joe, does the 1958 era generator tech do a good job keeping the AGM battery charged? I know there are differences in modern car's charging...
They become like family almost. Hard to see them go. We have an Isuzu Trooper that's 35yo and been in the family since new. It was our Dad's last...
Very interesting! Where's your nephew, he needs to be helping.....and learning maybe?
I like the '71/'72 models, preferably SJ with the 455 in triple black or maybe silver/black/black please!
Bet that AM/FM is very rare in these. Strange it has a 6 cylinder.
Mitchell went on to also sell Rolls Royce cars and later moved out of downtown to the Buckhead area of Atlanta I believe.
My folks bought the '63 F85 wagon in my picture at this dealership in 1963.
That is beautiful! Wish there were some under hood shots or closer shots of the dash!
Yes, I'm afraid once again we see the results of someone...