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Nathan D. Manning
Posted 2007-12-06 12:28 PM (#106151 - in reply to #106057)
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Isn't it strange that Manning knows what I was talking about even though I didn't? All in fun Mr. Nathan.


I'm not psychic or anything, Lawrence... I just scoured the thread for a link to SOMETHING.
That's when I found that link MoparsRule! put up, watched the clip all the way through, and there it was!
A quick clip of what appears to be BrAin CoPPer stroking his machine.

Don't get me wrong, though... It still scares the bejesus outta me that I actually knew what YOU were talking about. What's this world coming to?

Likewise, all in fun.
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Rebels-59
Posted 2007-12-06 12:52 PM (#106160 - in reply to #100940)
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itattoou2002
Posted 2007-12-06 11:41 PM (#106262 - in reply to #106160)
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has ultra one got the car yet ? im curious to see what some of its gonna look like derusted ??? i hope some of it comes out lookin good . i dont think running is gonna happen .
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MoparsRule!
Posted 2007-12-07 12:10 AM (#106264 - in reply to #100940)
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I am wondering too, I read earlier that the '57 Plymouth was supposed to arrive at ultra one by December 3. It is the sixth and still no word.
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d500neil
Posted 2007-12-07 12:34 AM (#106268 - in reply to #106264)
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..."STROKING his machine"?

Did he also look to be BORED?

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Posted 2007-12-07 10:41 AM (#106309 - in reply to #100940)
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It took a little longer...they had to stop and pickup parts along the way...ooops something else fell off...that or it blew away in the wind...dust to dust.
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Posted 2007-12-07 11:36 AM (#106313 - in reply to #106309)
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I heard a Grp of FL people where Gonna Hi-jack it on the way to NJ, And put her in Safe Storage away from the Ultra Crew......
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Posted 2007-12-07 11:53 AM (#106315 - in reply to #100940)
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It must have gotten caught in the rain on the ride over and melted. All someone needs to do to obtain the car is scoop up the puddles leading to NJ, dry them out, and fill the urn with the remaining dust.
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Posted 2007-12-11 5:06 PM (#106782 - in reply to #106315)
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She arrived safe and sound
by Jessie Rock on Fri Dec 07, 2007 12:21 pm

Just to put your minds at ease she was very well taken care of and has arrived safely intact. I appreciate your concerns and want to be sure that everyone understands that she's as dear to us as all you......
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Re: I'm concerned for her
by AndyInOregon on Fri Dec 07, 2007 2:25 pm

That's good to hear. Glad she made the trip successfully.

I'm looking forward to viewing the pictures of the de-rusting process.AndyInOregon

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Re: I'm concerned for her
by Tommi(Fin) on Sun Dec 09, 2007 5:22 pm

I have wondered the condition of Belvederes body. I saw 1 picture where there was kinda paint under that mud. But is it badly rusted?
The running gear is might be gone, but I hope the engine will run. I have been wondering these things several months.
Just hoping that everything goes well, and we have something to look when De- Rusting progress is over.

(Cant wait to see the first pictures, what is under that mud? )Tommi(Fin)

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by Jessie Rock on Tue Dec 11, 2007 1:50 pm

Well she is very weathered from her long life in all that water and OK mud but there are high hopes for her. We have at this time only been documenting her current state very carefully. At closer look she seems to have quite a bit of paint on her and her chrome seems to be more intact then originally thought. I will keep you posted and hope to have some photo's up very shortly.
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Posted 2007-12-11 5:08 PM (#106783 - in reply to #106782)
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Posted 2007-12-11 5:23 PM (#106789 - in reply to #100940)
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Thanks for the update, Clive.

I admit, from a preservation perspective, I'm anxious to see what they can do for her.....
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d500neil
Posted 2007-12-11 6:27 PM (#106804 - in reply to #106789)
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Why do I not have the moral courage to write the following to them: "You do understand and acknowledge that you are
planning to DESTROY a priceless historical artifact, for nothing more, than for your own financial and promotional interests?"





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Posted 2007-12-11 6:42 PM (#106808 - in reply to #106804)
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Why do I not have the moral courage to write the following to them: "You do understand and acknowledge that you are
planning to DESTROY a priceless historical artifact, for nothing more, than for your own financial and promotional interests?"







I REALLY think you should DO IT.. You could always sign up under Larrys name............. I would be Interested to read their Reply
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Posted 2007-12-11 7:36 PM (#106819 - in reply to #106804)
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d500neil - 2007-12-11 6:27 PM Why do I not have the moral courage to write the following to them: "You do understand and acknowledge that you are planning to DESTROY a priceless historical artifact, for nothing more, than for your own financial and promotional interests?"

 

Neil -

It's because you know they will delete the post as soon as you put it up there.

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d500neil
Posted 2007-12-11 8:00 PM (#106823 - in reply to #106819)
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Well, I dunno....it seems like I'm just beating a dead caballo....[that's 'horse', for the non-spanglish-speakers, here].

C'mon, Clive; you do it!
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moparjimmy
Posted 2007-12-12 2:10 AM (#106853 - in reply to #100940)
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Yeah Clive do it man post that for Neil and see if they do delete it or respond.

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MoparsRule!
Posted 2007-12-12 4:05 AM (#106856 - in reply to #100940)
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Just in case any of you are looking for the best close up views of the '57 Plymouth, click here. No they are not the most recent views of the car but it has clear up close views including the rusted through spots as well as the crack near the right tailfin. However, if you look on the passenger side lower control arm, you can see a little bit of exposed metal from the car being hoisted out of the crypt. Clearly shows the control arms/front end components are still in excellent shape. Also on the trunk door you can see some of the outer layer chipped off, revealing the sheet metal inside (hard to tell if it is good or bad though), so I also think some of the light brown stuff on the outer panels are just mud. The small holes are mostly on the brown rusted through spots as well as dark brown patches such as the panels behind the rear bumper, behind the rear window, lower panels where they are in the water longer, etc.

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Rebels-59
Posted 2007-12-12 10:18 AM (#106870 - in reply to #106856)
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Dave , Your link don,t work,, www.tulsach**ys.com .. This site don,t allow the word Ch**y, so i added the E & V back in, And got to the Site But no PIC,s of the Miss Belvedere
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Posted 2007-12-12 11:36 AM (#106880 - in reply to #106870)
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I heard Boyd was going to use whats left of it to fill the hole in the salt flats he dug.
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Posted 2007-12-12 3:54 PM (#106912 - in reply to #106870)
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I found my way to the site and there are a heap of photos to look at.
Try http://www.tulsaCh**ys.com/Images/buriedcar/index.html
(The FWDLK site will understandably take out the "e" and the "v" of Ch**ys, but just type it back in.)
Cool photos!!
Glenn.

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lawrence
Posted 2007-12-12 4:13 PM (#106914 - in reply to #106912)
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http://i209.photobucket.com/albums/bb34/crablogic/Buried%20Belveder...

I didn't notice that in Tulsa!!
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Posted 2007-12-12 4:35 PM (#106918 - in reply to #106912)
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FURY - 2007-12-12 8:54 PM

I found my way to the site and there are a heap of photos to look at.
Try http://www.tulsaCh**ys.com/Images/buriedcar/index.html
(The FWDLK site will understandably take out the "e" and the "v" of Ch**ys, but just type it back in.)
Cool photos!!
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Thanks GLENN.............. Got to see them Now , The close up that Larry mentions i also hadn,t noticed, Most of the Others are the same as i have.. .. Nice to see though ..
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d500neil
Posted 2007-12-12 5:27 PM (#106922 - in reply to #106918)
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Could someone kindly PM me the site reference?

All I get/see are discussion boards/threads : esierraadj@verizon.net




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Posted 2007-12-12 5:51 PM (#106928 - in reply to #106922)
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d500neil - 2007-12-12 10:27 PM

Could someone kindly PM me the site reference?

All I get/see are discussion boards/threads : esierraadj@verizon.net






Sent you a Email Link
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d500neil
Posted 2007-12-12 6:55 PM (#106935 - in reply to #100940)
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Thank you (I think!)

Well, Charlie got memorialized, in a close-up photo!

As far as the CAR is concerned: I see nothing that a little of "ULTRA-F-Up" can't restore, to get that OEM appearance back !!!!






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moparjimmy
Posted 2007-12-14 2:37 AM (#107079 - in reply to #100940)
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Isn't that the truth, Ultra none is doing a major injustice to Tulsa history and the dorks from maryland are allowing it to be done for a little fame and the all mighty buck of coarse.

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itattoou2002
Posted 2008-01-06 11:13 PM (#109890 - in reply to #100940)
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id like to see some current pics of the car
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Posted 2008-01-08 7:24 PM (#110141 - in reply to #109890)
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I haven't seen any current pics. Has anyone else?
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Posted 2008-01-08 8:53 PM (#110144 - in reply to #110141)
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Posted 2008-01-08 9:30 PM (#110150 - in reply to #100940)
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Sorry guys, nothing left to take a picture of. Uneasy feeling I may not be jokeing....................................MO
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Posted 2008-01-09 1:27 PM (#110203 - in reply to #110150)
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MOPAR-TO-YA - 2008-01-08 6:30 PM

Sorry guys, nothing left to take a picture of. Uneasy feeling I may not be jokeing....................................MO


It does seem odd that there are no current photos of the car. You'd think that Ultra-Dud would have wanted the publicity rush to start as soon as possible. ---John
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Posted 2008-01-09 3:53 PM (#110217 - in reply to #110203)
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Welllll......it's pretty (ugly, actually!) clear that Ultra-F-Up doesn't/wouldn't want to show their "work" in progress, so that the
full dra-ma of their finished-result might be revealed, at a momentous occasion; kinda like the King Kong Show, in Nueva York,
(and we all know how THAT production ended!!)

OR, to quote some "Military Intelligence" , from a recent event : "We had to DESTROY the village (car) in order to SAVE it."







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Posted 2008-01-09 9:36 PM (#110255 - in reply to #100940)
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ultra one promised that they would show some sneak peaks of some of the car before the final unvailing . id just like to see something come out in good condition!!! i bet some guys would trade there ol lady for the windsheild out of that car! unless the mud got it there should be very nice glass
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Posted 2008-01-09 10:59 PM (#110265 - in reply to #100940)
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I just have to believe that when they pull it out of the dip tank or however they do it, they will regret they ever got involved. I hear they have some want ads out for a rust-free 57 hardtop body and chassis.
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Posted 2008-01-10 1:10 AM (#110280 - in reply to #110265)
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No the car won't be dipped into a large vat but by section according to Ultra One but I am not surprised they posted a wanted ad for a rust free body/chassis! I read somewhere that one could easily poke his/her finger through the body panels on Miss Belvedere. Is that true?
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Posted 2008-01-10 2:00 PM (#110303 - in reply to #100940)
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Yes. There were several spots where small holes were evident in the body. There are undoubtedly places where the paint itself is what keeps the holes from appearing larger. ---John
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Posted 2008-01-10 5:36 PM (#110324 - in reply to #110303)
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....the bottom line is: whatever results arise from Ultra-None's "work" on the car will not represent the actual car/artifact, that came
OUT of the vault, but, rather what Ultra-None DID, to the remains of the car, that came out of the vault.
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Posted 2008-01-10 6:36 PM (#110327 - in reply to #100940)
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Neil, the word is that they are only going to have to install one patch panel ... the entire body.
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Posted 2008-01-10 7:55 PM (#110336 - in reply to #110327)
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...yeah: AND one frame, AND one front, and rear suspension, AND one engine/driveline, AND one interior, AND one (of everything!).....

But: the glass & tires are PRIMO!
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Posted 2008-01-11 1:45 AM (#110367 - in reply to #100940)
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Yepper isn't that the truth, they think they can fool all of us. Ha we as a group have more close in pictures of that Plymouth, then I think they realize, and we will be the first to call there fraud. If they try switching bodys.

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Posted 2008-01-11 2:38 AM (#110369 - in reply to #100940)
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Yeah replacing everything means it isn't the same car that was unburied from the vault. Virtually only the trim are in excellent shape. The only reason Miss Belvedere was still presentable was because it was under water which helped keep the shape. I imagine if somehow air got in long before they opened up the vault, the car would have turned to dust, leaving only glass, rubber, thick metal parts, etc.

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Posted 2008-01-11 6:16 PM (#110437 - in reply to #100940)
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We need Larry or Brian to post some messages on their Website, Both are members and so can ask if it true that She turned to Dust and they Buried her Again...

At least they may somehow get a Response, Cos that Site ain,t saying $HIT... !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted 2008-01-12 10:49 AM (#110525 - in reply to #110437)
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It seems that " Mike "...... My57Saratoga is also a member,, Between you all , Someone Must get a Reply ,, Although it seems jessie Rock has Not replied on the Site Recently,, Fuelling to the Argument that Something has Seriously Gone Wrong,, Even 1 small Pic of a Front Fender would wet the Appetite
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Posted 2008-01-13 4:01 PM (#110695 - in reply to #110525)
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OK, everyone. Time to review my checklist. This list was created on November 3, 2007 and posted to the listserver and possibly here on the message board. This is my prognosis for Miss B:

1. Car leaves Tulsa with great expectations that it'll be brought back to
its former glory.
2. Few pics on the Ultra-One website of the Process beginning, then nothing.
3. Word comes that the Process is taking a bit longer than expected.
4. Article appears in a 'paper of record' that car far worse than expected
(true or not true--it doesn't matter) and lots more money is needed to bring
the car back
5. Lots of finger-pointing, charges, threats of lawsuits, etc.
6. Ultra-One decides that they want nothing further to do with this. Leaves
car outside where is deteriorates.
7. Car is parted out and pieces are sold on ebay. 'Own a piece of history',
etc.
8. The sorry end to a car that brought so many people together.

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Posted 2008-01-13 9:03 PM (#110724 - in reply to #100940)
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Posted 2008-01-18 12:52 AM (#111242 - in reply to #100940)
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Yes sir I am starting to believe Ron, and Steve are right that doink from maryland has comitted vehicle homicide to Miss B, and for that should be drawn and quartered. all in favor IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII


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Posted 2008-01-18 12:09 PM (#111293 - in reply to #100940)
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Posted 2008-01-18 12:44 PM (#111299 - in reply to #100940)
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Posted 2008-01-18 3:53 PM (#111334 - in reply to #100940)
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Posted 2008-01-18 4:52 PM (#111353 - in reply to #100940)
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"I wouldn't do anything to it. I'd just put her under glass in a museum and keep her just like she is."
-Boyd Coddington
(Tulsa World - http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/article.aspx?articleID=070616_238_A1...)

For one brief moment, it seems that ol' Cobble-ton may have been right about something!
-NM

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