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  1. Seconded. All time great forum topic title.
  2. Bryn Mawr, PA, March 17th — nice issue!
  3. Thank you for the update @Ray_Knott — updating the thread title.
  4. I don't want to misrepresent—that 1977 Riviera is not mine (the Corvette between the two Rivieras is the one attached to me). These photos were taken at the 2019 ROA meet in Gettysburg. Two more:
  5. I already have a GM convertible. It isn't a Riviera, but it does occasionally hang with Rivieras …
  6. I know that the leather bucket seat proviso is almost certainly my least picky requirement. Of all the folks on this forum, I believe only you and @Rivman have examples of the other two upholstery choices.
  7. Thank you @keiser31 as you might guess, this is not the center of what little expertise I have. I forgot about the later ones with the more serious grille.
  8. A non car-person sent me this picture. I've figured out that the grille badge is for the Royal Automobile Club, but the car itself is giving me fits. Thoughts?
  9. How's this restoration going—or am I asking too soon?
  10. The barrier to entry may be (much) lower after several years, but the maintenance costs don't change.
  11. Agreed. I'm just proving that even the thread originator can take it off track …
  12. Since everything old is new again, I'm now wondering if Chrysler or others did actual wind tunnel work with the Airflow, et. al. I am stunningly non-expert with things pre-war automotive.
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