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Old 08-11-2021, 09:43 AM
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This was at Coffee and Cars Saturday.

Clear over patina 4 door. I wonder whats under the hood...
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Old 08-11-2021, 11:06 AM
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This was at Coffee and Cars Saturday.

Clear over patina 4 door. I wonder whats under the hood...
Is it clear over bare metal?

Cool. I've been driving my 62 Bel Air again. These big X frame cars are fun cars.
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Is it clear over bare metal?

Cool. I've been driving my 62 Bel Air again. These big X frame cars are fun cars.
Yes as I was taking the pic I did hear the owner saying something about the bare metal.

My dad got a 62 Biscayne brand new, 2 door post 6 cyl. For a guy with wife and 4 kids he did prefer the two doors.
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There is a relatively decent running 60 Biscayne close to me for $8500. I'm not quite tempted enough to do anything about it. But if I was more in the market, it would work.
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Yes as I was taking the pic I did hear the owner saying something about the bare metal.

My dad got a 62 Biscayne brand new, 2 door post 6 cyl. For a guy with wife and 4 kids he did prefer the two doors.
Haha, sounds pretty practical. I guess they seat the same number regardless.

Mine is a 4 door sedan, was a 6 cyl powerglide, now a 355 TH 350. I've owned it for 17 years and I'm the second registered owner.
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