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my 1969 2+2


He meant he has the body tag from a car that was born a 427. You can "rebody" cars, but smarter folks know where the hidden VINs are on the chassis and body, so it's not trivial, and rarely ethical!

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IMG_20220327_011756_353.jpgwell little up date on my car that's been in body shop pergotory.

going to pick up a new parts car saterday then i will have everything i need to finish the bodywork for paint.

hopefully i wont fall in love with this parts car like the last one but it looks prity solid will upload pictures when i bring it to work.



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Good update, thanks!

LOL, I had to chuckle when I read your comment about falling in love with the parts car!

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Nice work on the rear 1/4's.  Looks great . 



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Howmac wrote:

Nice work on the rear 1/4's.  Looks great . 


 X 2

Great job !



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well after 16hr day of driving / loading car home safe and sound and now have a good left fender for my 2+2 will take pictures tomorrow sometime

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Please carefully remove the Safari trim, marker lights and emblems.

Impossible to find !

The Grill is probably worth more than you paid for the car biggrin

Great find !



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will do my best to not damage them anymore then they already are guy used a tractor bucket to lift and move it around from the looks of it the one marker light is unfortanetly broken on the right fender.

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so if my resurch is right the 75637 means it is a Laurentian corrected?
37 is hardtop sport coupe
4A D99M38
[38] is tb350

any idea on the 4A D99M?

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Yes, that's a Laurentian. Try to save the body side trim as it's unique to Laurentian (just stainless and no rubber insert) and is really hard to find.


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Jacob wrote:

so if my resurch is right the 75637 means it is a Laurentian corrected?
37 is hardtop sport coupe
4A D99M38
[38] is tb350

any idea on the 4A D99M?


I suspect 4A is an exterior color code, not certain though.

D99 is Special Two-Tone Paint, Moulding. (The stainless moulding dividing the roof section from the body section.  My Parisienne has it, even though the roof and body were same color).

M38 is Turbo 350 transmission.

 



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