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Thread: 1977 cutlass salon restoration project moved into hi gear

  1. #21
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    More updates

    The Landau Roof is almost finished the trim pieces just have to be color matched. Most of the chrome and the Hurst Hatches are installed. And best of all she's got her T/A's on.

    Thank's everyone for your support.

    Guy
    THE NEW OLDS GUY

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    Sweet! Just curious, why did you paint the landua top trim body color? Looks good, makes the top look smaller. Are you painting the backlight trim body color also?
    Todd

    '76 H/O {Concept}

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    The trim is just in place for now to make sure that it was a perfect fit. I have the other pieces being treated for rust When I get all of them back the pieces will be painted to match the vinyl.

    Thank you

    Guy
    THE NEW OLDS GUY

  4. #24
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    WOW!! Apparently, yours is the only Olds they have known! LOL!! Looks like your car has some quite unique company up there...

    I am definitely jealous! Car looks amazing! Can't wait to see the finished product!
    Bert
    1973 442
    1977 Cutlass Supreme Brougham
    1987 442
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2269451
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2487101

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    I wasn't the only Oldsmobile ever restored by them. When I was up there last month they just finished an 80 something 442. Sweet ride.

    Guy
    THE NEW OLDS GUY

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    12 million dollar Ferrari

    This is a 12 Million Dollar Ferrari that they were doing work on a few months ago.

    Just think of all the new Oldsmobiles that he could of bought back in 1977
    THE NEW OLDS GUY

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    More photos

    Guy
    THE NEW OLDS GUY

  8. #28
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    That 442 is an 87. You can tell by the big "Euro" lights. Beautiful ride.

    That Ferrari looks a lot like the one from Ferris Bueller's Day off, only that one was red. I believe it is a 250 GT California.

    "It is so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up."
    Bert
    1973 442
    1977 Cutlass Supreme Brougham
    1987 442
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2269451
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2487101

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    The '87 looks like a nice ride. Love the '83 Hurst hood scoop on it. Black '85-'87 442's with maroon interiors are fairly rare... I think...
    Brad Bishop
    末末末末末末末
    1977 442 - 403 engine
    Editor, Journey With Olds Magazine
    www.76-77olds442.com

  10. #30
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    More updated photos

    Things are moving along very quickly now. I have to wait two more weeks before I go up to see her.
    THE NEW OLDS GUY

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