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  1. Here a few pictures from 2018 in or near our spaces in the Red Field North. I missed Hershey due to illness last year, so I'm experiencing strong withdrawal symptoms this year. I always travel to the Fall Meet on Tuesday to set up, so I'm really missing Hershey today.
  2. When GM introduced the "Colonnade" styling on the mid-size cars for the 1973 model year, I hated those cars and their styling. I was 11 years old then. Now, when I see these cars at car shows or in photographs, I like them. It's taken all this time for them to grow on me, but I now think the "Colonnade" cars (Buick Century/Regal, Olds Cutlass, Pontiac LeMans, Chevelle) are nice looking. I don't know if I'll ever own one, but stranger things have happened.
  3. Thanks, Craig. I forwarded your info to my friend.
  4. I'm posting this question for a friend who is working on a '63 Skylark. Are the lower ball joints for these cars threaded or press fit?
  5. It's worth $27K to the seller, I don't know about anyone else. I wouldn't go near this car at any price. As mentioned above, there's a lot of poor work evident in the pictures, especially the interior.
  6. It looks like it's worth the trip to inspect it. The worst that could happen is that the car isn't as nice as advertised. If the car disappoints you, you'll only be out gas money. I would invite a friend who you know isn't Covid positive to go with you. A second, or third, set of eyes is very helpful when inspecting a potential purpose. Two years ago, I wanted to look at a car that was advertised at what I thought was a good price for the make and model. It was located about three hours away from me. I invited two friends to come with me on the inspection. Despite looking grea
  7. First car, 1971 Buick Skylark sedan. When I got my driver's license in 1978, my mother bought a new Buick and I got the old one. I wasn't crazy about a four-door sedan, but the car was fast, roomy, and the air conditioning was so cold you could have hung meat in the car. It had terrible traction in snow, I had to put sand bags in the trunk to get the car not to spin the tires, and I had snow tires on it.
  8. I bought this 1991 LeSabre recently. It's roomy, comfortable, rides like it's on a cloud, has a great sound system and a big trunk. I had the a/c recharged and it blows nice and cold now. The more I drive it, the better I like it. I think it would make a great road-trip car.
  9. 1967 Buick GS340 in silver, with twin turbine and AM/FM radio. They only came in silver and white.
  10. Posting for a local friend looking for a '62 Bel Air Wagon. Condition and options will reflect the price he's willing to pay. Contact Ken at 631-880-8489 or dashindan139@yahoo.com.
  11. I'd go with the hydraulic power steering. I had a 1961 Impala without power steering. I found a complete power steering set up from a 1962 Chevy at Hershey. I had a mechanic install the system on the car (with new hoses) and it worked fine. The holes for the installation were already drilled at the factory.
  12. Thanks for the reply. The engine looks good. Call Ken at 631-880-8489 to discuss the engine.
  13. Posting for a local car club friend. Call Ken at 631-880-8489 - Looking for a stock rebuilt, ready to drop in 283 V8 from the mid-1960's.
  14. Ken just informed me he sold the car. Posting for a local car club friend. $7900 The car is located in Suffolk County, Long Island: 110 Horsepower 4 speed 45,000 original miles Clean, dry, well cared for Corvair, driven daily All the annoying Corvair issues have been addressed Call Ken at 631-880-8489
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