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Old 02-28-2019, 03:22 AM
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Originally Posted by firstgenaddict View Post
WOW!!!
IS that thing original OR WHAT?

Congrats on such a well preserved example. I love it.

Is that a green part number stamp on the back of the disc brake shield?
The car was dealer undercoated . I started removing some of it on any area that was paint daubed or that was bare metal underneath it. Lots of plating like the shift linkage looks really good. That brake shield ink stamp was a surprise find. The fact it was from Colorado has it's good and it's bad points. Plus is metal , chrome and stainless are really nice. Zero rust too. Interior is excellent , original owner must have been really careful at all times. The " bad " is the floors and gas tank have a thick coating on them. I searched for 3 years to find a Survivor GS that I knew would clean up in show shape, this one works. Thank you for the compliments on it.
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