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Re: Mr. Belvedere...Just Wondering......

From: Kenny J.
Email: kjosephson@sprintmail.com
Remote Name: 63.178.196.110
Date: October 19, 2002

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Was it a Powerflite, stick or overdrive? Did it have a radio, tinted glass? I realize the car is sold, but lately I've been fascinated by the offbeat combinations of options so many of these cars apparently had. I've seen stuff such as base line Savoy sedans with no options except rear antennas, Belvederes with tinted windows, but no power steering nor power brakes, etc. The weirdest one I ever saw was a coworker's one family owned '65 Chevy Impala Super Sport. Loaded with options, but had a factory installed inline six and two speed automatic. Okay, so it isn't a Mopar. But I'd love have you all share some of the weirdest option combinations in '55-'61 Mopars seen either on the street or in the boneyards. Owner installed items included, too. Guys?

 


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