E-bay pic #1 of my 65.
E-bay pic #2.
E-bay pic #3.
E-bay pic #4.
E-bay pic #5.
E-bay pic #7.
E-bay pic #8. E-bay pic's were all I'd seen when I bought it.
Removed armrest because made seats to crowded. Need to install door pull straps.
Fiero seats added to 68.
Sold new in Paducah Ky. by Wilson Chevrolet
Large rust spot just surface rust. Looks like something was spilled on it and got the paint.
Working on headlight alignment.
68 with wheels that came on 67 and new tires.
License plate came from my old Nova and wipers from Auto Zone.
New mirrors to old brackets.
67 after new tires and wheels.
Added floor mats,speakers,cupholder and armrest.
Rear view of 67 with orginal seats still in it.
Inside 67-90 before adding Fiero seats.
292 inline 6 in 67-90.
68-108 bought right here at home. Sold new here to local Budwiser Dist. 98K orginal miles when I got it with owners manual still in glove box.
67-90 the way it looked when I got it from Portland Or.
Trailer I built to pull behind my motorcycle. 55 gal. barrel carpeted on inside to carry lugage.Beer is in cooler.
Fiero seats that came with 65 installed. Were freshly recovered when I got them.
Had to install Fiero seats after it got home. Added seatbelts from 68 doner van.
Carpet,armrest,seats, and seatbelts added after I got it.
Very little rust other than just surface. Had orginal Cal. black plates when I got it from San Francisco area.
Paneling was there when I got it. Added carpet over exsisting plywood floor.
Target dog came as optional equipment. Doghouse mod for V8.
65 at my house. Looked as good as e-bay pic's.
Added license plate and antenna topper other than that outside is just as on e-bay.
Appears to be orginal paint fadded to point of primer showing through.
Console pic from one of the guys on VCVC.
Wideload and his toy's
Rear seats added to 67. Built bases out of 3/4 square tubing and bolted through floor.
Front view of 4 seats in 67-90.
Rear view of seats in 67-90. All seats have headrest speakers.
2/12/08 about 1/2" of ice this morning
California plates look good in Kentucky. Trying to preserve some of its history.
Probably never saw anything like this in San Francisco.