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Good luck with your project. I am nearly done with the restoration on my 1967 convertible. I have been at it for about a year+ The car is in pretty sweet shape at this point, and fun as hell--We all know the project is never really done but it's cool when you can get it to a safe and good looking driver stage. I will check your site once in a while and see how it is going. I suggest buying beer in bulk to save money.

1967 convertible, 200 six, 3 speed, vintage burgandy, wire spinners
 

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Well, you certainly have your hands full. Please do a through budget for this ground up restoration before getting to to deep into it. Good luck!

Russ

Last year at Knott's, I'll get a better picture this year!
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Hey....

If you have ever looked at the "1967 Help" series of threads, you know that I hope to restore a 1967 Convertible soon. I Hope to buy one in the next few months. I will be with you watching your site all the way so Show me the way....

Joe
 

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I hope you get a tetanus shot before starting in.

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Nice pictures. Looks like you have a big job ahead of you. I just started on a 67 convertible too, but mine will be alot easier.
 
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