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Here is my newly acquired 1971.  Oklahoma City car since new.  The 65 I bought several months ago.  It is also a 1 owner local car with a 425 and SCO Paint.

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1 hour ago, JimJordan said:

Here is my newly acquired 1971.  Oklahoma City car since new.  The 65 I bought several months ago.  It is also a 1 owner local car with a 425 and SCO Paint.

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Is the 65 an LL paint code?

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On 12/30/2018 at 7:33 AM, EmTee said:

Hmmmm, add a plate glass top to that stand and you'll have the coolest living room coffee table on the planet!  ;)

 

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Beautiful engine art!  

 

Picky picky dept.: shouldn't the water pump be engine color?

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23 hours ago, Chimera said:

Is the 65 an LL paint code?

It is a "Special Car Order" SCO code.  I wish i knew what the special order color was so I can repaint it back.  The origal color was a bit darker and less green more grey appearing.  Is there any way to document what the original color was?  It was originally owned by a member of the Lammerts family like the fabulous Samoan Bronze 65 GS so I wonder if they ordered several in Cadillac colors?

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16 hours ago, 65VerdeGS said:

Beautiful engine art!  

 

Picky picky dept.: shouldn't the water pump be engine color?

 I think you right about that - personally I just liked the contrast . Maybe change it another date when the mood strikes me . 

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8 hours ago, JimJordan said:

It is a "Special Car Order" SCO code.  I wish i knew what the special order color was so I can repaint it back.  The origal color was a bit darker and less green more grey appearing.  Is there any way to document what the original color was?  It was originally owned by a member of the Lammerts family like the fabulous Samoan Bronze 65 GS so I wonder if they ordered several in Cadillac colors?

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Interesting. Well if a Cadillac paint perhaps it is Peacock Firemist (my best guess and a spectacular color) or Alpine Turquoise...but can you tell this is the original color/paint (aka has it had a repaint?).

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Not a car but found a use for a couple of nice wheels I have had laying around so decided to do something with them. Friend of mine welded it together for me yesterday and it found a spot in my shop . The top is a 10X 24  and the crank is out of a GM 454 and the bottom is a standard road wheel for early Rivs . Weight 185 lbs ( my back is still hurting from lifting it into my truck !  Definitely not going anywhere easily .

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This, unfortunately, was the last of my 4 - 63s. I shipped the car from Norfolk VA (it was a California car) to Catania, Italy and then drove it to Naples. Some cops stopped me on the Autostrada in Reggio Calabria and asked where I was going. I said Napoli. They kind of shook their heads and said "CIao". It didn't look like this at the time, of course.

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Kissing cousins.

 

Just got my first big body Pontiac that I always wanted!

 

SJ 400 with floor shift/console.

 

Still not enough leg room - ugh

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24 minutes ago, PWB said:

Kissing cousins.

 

Just got my first big body Pontiac that I always wanted!

 

SJ 400 with floor shift/console.

 

Still not enough leg room - ugh

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Back in the late 70's-early 80's I had a 1977 SJ 400, 2-tone silver and dark metallic grey with a red leather interior. It had all the options and it could really smoke those tires. With all of that power it still got 25mpg on the highway. I loved that car and today it is still my favorite. Had to sell in 1982 as I was getting married and one of our cars had to go. Sadly, mine was the one.☹️ 

 

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9 hours ago, PWB said:

Kissing cousins.

 

Just got my first big body Pontiac that I always wanted!

 

SJ 400 with floor shift/console.

 

Still not enough leg room - ugh

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NICE...WOW!

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22 hours ago, PWB said:

Just got my first big body Pontiac that I always wanted!

 

Hubba-hubba!  :wub:  I have always liked those too!  A '69 - '72 GP would certainly look good in my garage.  You do have a knack for finding 'black beauties'!  Where did you find that one?  Did it come with the honeycombs?

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Thanks

She was on Hemmings find of the week. PO put the honeycombs on but they are a heavy, noisy and unbalanced PITA.

I need a wheel solution as she is my daily driver.

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2 hours ago, PWB said:

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She was on Hemmings find of the week. PO put the honeycombs on but they are a heavy, noisy and unbalanced PITA.

I need a wheel solution as she is my daily driver.

 

I never cared for the honeycombs myself. My 1977 had the rally wheels with trim rings. I always liked those. i wouldn't think it would be too hard to find a set.

 

Bill

 

 

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1 hour ago, Riviera63 said:

 

I never cared for the honeycombs myself. My 1977 had the rally wheels with trim rings. I always liked those. i wouldn't think it would be too hard to find a set.

 

Bill

 

 

I kinda like the honeycombs. Huge part of design is the mimicry of nature.

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