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  • #16

    Re: Who Else Digs The GM Colonnade Cars?

    Re: Who Else Digs The GM Colonnade Cars?

    Not me.They don't have Corinthian Leather.
    Calypornya...near the beach

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    • #17

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      so should I be able to cut out the inner bumper frames and weld mounting blocks in?
      Without crawling under your car and look at it; I 'll have to take a guess. I imagine you could cut out much of the support structure and keep the parts that mount the bumper to the frame. It depends on how the support structure is attached to the outer bumper. I'd box the ends of the supports you keep.

      Time to crawl under and look around. I spent quite a lot of time under the bumper of the 73 figuring things out.
      BS'er formally known as Rebeldryver

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      • #18

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        I likey, My first car was A 76 Cutless supreme, Big and heavy, the ride was so smooth and you could pack in about 13-15 people in it. I miss it. but will never forget it. :-*

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        • #19

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          i used to go to smogera.com and there was a bunch of us digging these personal luxury car cruisers. They swallow big blocks sooo easy....

          definitely cool, and not something you see every day...

          *inspiring my next topic...*

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          • #20

            Re: Who Else Digs The GM Colonnade Cars?

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            Not me.They don't have Corinthian Leather.
            Maybe not, but the swivel buckets are better. Just open the door, swing it around and let the hooker take care of business without lettin' her in the car! ;D

            I had a couple of Lagunas and miss 'em terrible. Anybody wanna swap a clean 75-76 S-3 for a 63 Bel Air wagon?

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            • #21

              Re: Who Else Digs The GM Colonnade Cars?

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              My friend just got rid of a '74 442. Had the Olds 350 and swivel seats. It was rear ended by a box truck several years ago, he has the swivel seats now is his '69 442 he bought with the insurance money.
              Escaped on a technicality.

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