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  • Restoration of my Superbird

    In this thread I'll document the restoration of my Superbird - as I have time. It will be a big thread as I have a ton of photos, so check back often for updates.

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    That's a great car, Dave. If I ever get around to hitting the lottery, I'll be calling you!

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      Originally posted by MarkMopar View Post
      That's a great car, Dave. If I ever get around to hitting the lottery, I'll be calling you!
      good to hear from you again after all these years. Don't be a stranger.
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        These photos are what the car looked like in 2003, when it was delivered to Ken Presley at Hemityme Restorations to be restored. He was shocked that I wanted to restore such a solid car - but its always cheaper to start with a solid car. The restoration would take 11 years. I'll post there various stages of the restoration as I have time. Click the Subscribe button if you want to be notified of updates.
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