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Whatever happened to the buried Plymouth Belvedere?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 3onthetree, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. 3onthetree
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  2. CURIOUS RASH
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    Not being a jerk but do a search for Belvedere... This same question was asked last week.

    The reason I say, not to be a jerk, is because some take offense to people telling others to use the search but I really don't know any other words to express that the info you looking for is here, but I'm not digging it up.

    Cool?
     
  3. Yes, I was going to say the same thing, there's even pictures of it as it is now in the thread from last week.
     
  4. RichG
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    There was just enough metal left to make a set of these...
    [​IMG]
     

  5. WickedA346
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    Only enough for one set, they didnt break the mold did they. Very........ original wheel there, wonder if they will ever come in 22", ha.
     
  6. RichG
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    I'm not sure, you could check at "Billet-A-Bear Workshop" to find out maybe...:p
     
  7. WickedA346
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    That's at the auto mall right? ba-domp, I'll be here all week folks.
     
  8. I hear they come chromed or bear.
     
  9. DCLXVI
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    "Billet-A-Bear"... :D ...classic.
     
  10. jim mchargue
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    Thank Gawd,...Boyd rules..
     
  11. Merkonic
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    There is a good article on it in the November issue of Hemmings.There is a company called Ultra one working on it,they cleaned off the mud and are bathing it in rust remover,starting to look good.The frame is to rotted,they are replacing it.There goal is to get it to roll,steer and possibly run and preserve it as is
     
  12. historynw
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  13. wickedgoodracer
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  14. Insane 1
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    Woa...I havn't seen the bear rims in over 15 years!! Talk about just plain obscure!
     
  15. silentpoet
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    That looks like something a child molestor would put on their vehicle.
     
  16. mrdodge
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    Screw Dwayne, he thought it was a "piece of shit" before it went in the ground:eek:
     
  17. gr8ness13
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    So sad but true....
     
  18. jimi'shemi291
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    "Chromed or bear." Grooaann !!! Tell me you didn't say that! LOL
     
  19. Little Wing
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    thats so cute
     

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