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cajun1963
Posted 2009-02-25 11:23 AM (#164786)
Subject: Miss B fate


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I tried to contact Hot Rod Magazine to see if they would look into what happened to Miss B, but the editor never replied to my inquiry.
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Posted 2009-03-16 12:19 PM (#167172 - in reply to #164786)
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So far as I know, Miss Belvedere is still at the workshop of Ultra One in New Jersey while they try to get the rust and crud off the body. Here is their website: http://www.ultraoneusa.com/ There are a few pictures posted on their web site, but not many. I heard they were looking into buying a parts car to get a sound frame to put the car on (the frame and the rear springs rusted out during its long burial) but I don't know if they have actually done so.
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bad58mike
Posted 2009-03-16 1:03 PM (#167177 - in reply to #164786)
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My57Saratoga
Posted 2009-03-16 2:05 PM (#167184 - in reply to #167177)
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When I was up there last Spring they had just purchased a donor car off EBay to rob for the frame et al.

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d500neil
Posted 2011-08-29 6:36 PM (#286708 - in reply to #164786)
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No, but the Hawaiian's love to EAT Spam...

It just should not be allowed to be served, hear?





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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2011-09-22 10:23 AM (#289727 - in reply to #286708)
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catspajamas
Posted 2011-09-26 9:41 PM (#290414 - in reply to #164786)
Subject: Re: Miss B fate


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I realize this is a little off-topic, but does anyone have any idea what happened to Miss B?
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DIF-RNT
Posted 2014-01-03 12:12 PM (#419996 - in reply to #164786)
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I checked out the Ultra One website & got this wonderful link: http://www.missbelvedere.com

Glad they have been doing some updates...Not

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Rebels-59
Posted 2014-01-03 12:23 PM (#420003 - in reply to #164786)
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superman7 - 2014-01-03 9:59 AM

I was up there last Spring they had just purchased a donor car off EBay to rob for the frame et al.


REALLY...

They bought a Donor Car several years ago for the frame swap, but established the Miss Belv Body was too weak to survive the frame swap...

6 1/2 years after being Unearthed and dryed out, the body has probably dropped off the frame now.. I believe they had replaced the broken rear leaf springs at some point though..

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ttotired
Posted 2014-01-03 4:22 PM (#420036 - in reply to #164786)
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superman7 is a spam tester thing

Its post is someone elses from up a bit more



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BigBlockMopar
Posted 2014-01-03 4:38 PM (#420043 - in reply to #164786)
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I'm also still confused why there is still a spammer's reply quoted in this topic.
And yes, this "superman7" is also a spammer to-be.
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DeSotohead
Posted 2014-01-05 7:53 PM (#420521 - in reply to #164786)
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Spammer-to-be has been taken care of, as well as the other Espammer at the moment.

Keep reporting these guys. They use up server space.......
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MoFo
Posted 2014-03-03 2:09 AM (#429655 - in reply to #420521)
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Maybe she should just be preserved as she came out of the ground ....after all that would be a testament to the state of technology in the late 50's..........why restore or change anything..........the whole thing has more mystery and allure in ás is'condition...imho
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Lancer Mike
Posted 2014-04-09 4:48 PM (#435227 - in reply to #429655)
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Their website still works, but the "Follow Miss Belvedere" link is not functioning. For all this car has been through, it might be best at this point to press Miss B down into a special City of Tulsa manhole cover, give it back to that fair city and be done with it.

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