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Anonymous on Jan 29, 2012 said:

cant wait to see what you do to it. Are you going to try to keep it stock? Or go custom?

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C5CHICK on Jan 29, 2012 said:

sorry that comment was from me :(

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MickyD on Jan 30, 2012 said:

I am going back to stock/original 327,365 hp,4 speed. It was customized be for with fender flares more horse power big fat tires before I wrecked in the 80's been sitting since until last year when I decied to go back to original. I will post pics as i go.

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MickyD on Jan 3, 2015 said:

C5Chick do you still have your vette ? I will post pics soon

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azmusclecar on Jan 1, 2015 said:

Any progress on this ride? I'd love to have this as a project.............

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MickyD on Jan 2, 2015 said:

The car is done I haven't driven if yet its winter here on the East Coast.

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azmusclecar on Jan 2, 2015 said:

My 64 is in PA so I know all about winters and Corvettes. I get mine out on sunny days and when there's no salt on the roads...

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MickyD on Jan 3, 2015 said:

Nice coupe azmusllecar. I'll be on the road this spring. My 65 hasn't been on the road since 1982 when I had a minor accident. I took it to a few different shops but it never was finished properly by any of them. I got beat out of parts and money. I found a shop near me that I was able to trust and they did a great job in a short amount of time considering the full restoration I decided to do. Dischiavienterprise.com

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azmusclecar on Jan 3, 2015 said:

Well that sure turned in to a prize possession...I've had those Corvette "Doctors" that are willing to remove my wallet surgecially through the tailpipe of my Corvette.......

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