Re: Welcome new member 1964 Plymouth Belvedere
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Re: Welcome new member 1964 Plymouth Belvedere



Welcome Ken,
As a retired UA Steamfitter I would like to welcome you to our group. Luckily everything you need except right side cowl patches (to my knowledge) is available in the market. I made my own cowl right side patches for my 65 Belvedere. Not to difficult, just takes time. PM me and I'll go over the cowl repairs with you.
Mike LeFevre

On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 11:09 PM, Gary H. <62to65mopar@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Welcome to Mopars and to the 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse to Ken.

Below is his introduction.

See http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/images/crumley64.jpg for pictures of his Plymouth. :)

Thanks,
Gary H.
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I have recently purchased a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere 2 door. See attached pictures. This is my 1st Plymouth. I have always loved the body lines of the 64 Plymouth and Dodges. Especially the hardtops. The Belvedere was listed locally, the previous owner and I came to terms on a selling price and now it is mine. It is in need of a total restoration. I have restored other brands of automobiles (mostly GM stuff) but not a Mopar.  The Belvedere will require floor boards, trunk, both sides of the cowl area, trunk extension and both quarter panels replacement. My current plans (subject to change) is to make it into a mid60's to early 70's street-able SS drag car.  I am a pipefitter/ welder by trade, and pretty handy welding and fabricating things, but there will be many questions that I will be needing advise on. I feel it would be beneficial to make connections with other likeminded Mopar restorers that have been there and done that.


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