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djunod

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Thanks to everybody that stopped by!

Make sure you bookmark the site & come back often :)
 

69MyWay

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Joined
Jul 3, 2001
Messages
4,364
Location
Auburndale, Florida
Corvette
1969 Killer Shark
Man, that yellow 69 vert blows my mind. Wow! I really enjoyed looking at the owners pictures. I have to wipe the drool off my keyboard now.

Hmmm, is it too late to cut mine back up into pieces and start over?
 
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djunod

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All the vents detract from it, when you look at it from the side.

Straight on from the front or rear, though, it is a BEAUTIFUL car (to me).

I was pretty excited that Michael sent me those photos (I had seen some that somebody else had taken at a show).
 
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TONY TAT2

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This is weird,,,,just lastnight in work the 2nd shift mechanic was down the shore over the week end looking at boats for sale,at 1 place he claims there is a mako just sitting there with a inch of dust on it
 

Black Thunder

Well-known member
Joined
Oct 14, 2001
Messages
143
Location
Port St Lucie,FL
Corvette
1968 Black Custom Vert 454 BB
Wow a site right down my alley
I'm there:w
 
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djunod

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TONY TAT2 said:
...there is a mako just sitting there with a inch of dust on it

That's the way I found my Mako, covered in dust...
 

Ken

Gone but not forgotten
Joined
Jan 30, 2001
Messages
8,236
Location
Hermosa Beach, CA
Corvette
1987 Z51 Silver Coupe
I can't even name the shop... (Part II)

He had a mid-year in the shop when he first started out some twenty-five years ago, that the owner wanted all kinds of gaudy stuff done to it. The shop owner didn't want people to even see it when it was at his shop so he kept it covered.

As soon as the guy finished it, the first issue of Vette (or Corvette Fever or another one of the well-known Corvette rags) had it as a feature car and what do you know but the guy had the shop owner's name emblazoned right across the page for all the world to see! The last thing he needed when first starting out in the business is a gaudy Corvette to your credit. :L At least the guy who owned it wanted to spread the word about a good, reputable Corvette shop. :eyerole


This one wins first prize today as the ugliest Vette I've seen.


The work is absolutely horrendous!


...And what about that wing? :LROTFLMAO:L


_ken :w
 
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cmegga

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Did anyone else notice that yellow 69 didnt have a hood. I would hate to have to take the whole front end off to get under there, especially as much as I seem to be under mine.
 
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djunod

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Tilt front end.

Far easier to work on then with a simple little hood.
 

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