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As I entered the parking deck at work last night, I spotted a beautiful 67 conv. in the doctors(PRIMO) parking area. I walked down to take a closer look after parking and the doc was getting to leave. He said he had picked it up from a local body shop and it was a B-day gift for his soon to be 16 year old son. What a shame. The car looked great, and sounded even better. 9 months for a total resto done by a pro, and his son gets it. At least it has been properly restored, and will remain on the road for others to drool over.
Maybe he could sorta adopt me for a week around my B-day!!!lol!!!

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Too bad it'll probably end up wrapped around a utility pole
since the kid getting it won't appreciate it, and since it's his
1st car....lots of learning to do there.
 

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He will probably cut it up and put big speakers in it and maybe a Few dozen stickers. There ought to be a law!!!!!!!!!!!!

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And maybe the son will really take care of it like it should be.

You never know.

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Oh well, when that car is gone, the remaining 67 verts' will be worth more....
More than likely, the kid will tire of the classic quickly and end up with a Beemer, Porsche, Lexus, or Honda.


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There should be a law that you should work on your own vintage car as much as possible, so then you know it's power and ability, and you have a lot more respect for it!!!

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