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    Interesting history

    I just bought a 67S parts car this weekend. This plate was on the back under the former Michigan plate. The PO said it came on the car when he got it.
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    Any clue who MIchael B may be???
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    Senior Member CurtEgerer's Avatar
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    So how's she look Rick? Any potential or strictly a parts car?

    PS: hope I didn't miss your call on that one??? -- Curt

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    Nope, no idea who Michael B. The owner I bought it from was Michael H. so he kept the plate on there because of the same first names. you didn't miss the "call". He ended up taking my 1st offer, so even if the car was swiss cheese, it was worth buying.
    It is restorable, but I need for the price to go up to the NEXT level before considering it. It is 100% original and unmolested though.
    Hey, I got my side rocker mouldings, that's all I cared about!

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    Hey Rick, I have those mouldings if you needed them.



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    Blessed be the lowered RickS's Avatar
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    What does the rest of it look like, or is it only for the not faint of heart?
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    I know it doesn't look that bad. A half inch on bondo and paint can cover anything!
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    Jared Rundell - Registered User JCR's Avatar
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    One thing we do well here in MI is grow parts cars.
    She deserves to be saved!

    Rick, did you get my email? Your PM box is full.
    I do want that part, send me an email at
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