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Old 09-12-2023, 03:57 AM
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Default '70 Judge, Stored 28yr

Neat car with a great color combo. Unfortunately, it's NOM, but still retains all its original sheetmetal and looks fairly unmolested overall.

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----Boy, would this Judge benefit from a dry ice blast!....Bill S
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Nice. The ad is well written too by a guy that obviously knows these cars and whats important to point out to potential buyers. Also looks like a 'no reserve' auctiion.
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Those Pioneer speakers on the back package shelf are a real throwback.
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Cooper Cobras, I'm out.

If someone dry ice blasts the underside, what is done about the heavy pitting? Spray filler?

The reason I ask is I have a '57 Mac B61 with heavy pitting.
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Those Pioneer speakers on the back package shelf are a real throwback.
I had those exact same Pioneer speakers in my 68 SS Chevelle back in the day. I had them under the front seat. 6x9's in the back. Of course with my cassette player and equalizer.
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