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Its sad about Miss Belvedere. If she would of been put in above ground time capsule instead of in the ground she would not be in this condition at all. When I've seen her condition it brought tears to my eyes and I also could of sworn I've seen her crying her poor headlights out.I was told she can be restored but it will take alot of money. I sure hope who ever wins her does that. If there is a event to raise money to do this I would be happy to donate some. Miss Belvedere deserves to be cruising down the highway not sitting around. 

archangel1390@xxxxxxx wrote:          
Hey guys and gals,

May I mention something no one is talking about right now. 
Do you all remember when the movie "Christine" was released the popularity of 
the 58 Plymouth hit an all time high. Many many 58 Plymouth owners decided 
to create a "Christine" or at least call their Plymouths "Christine". Old 58 
Plymouths that had been left sitting were all of a sudden brought back to 
life through restoration. The 57 Plymouth owners said their cars were one of " 
Christine's" parents, 56 Plymouth owners said their Plymouth were 
"Christine's" grandparents.
"Christine" clones started to appear everywhere and more 57 and 58 Plymouths 
got painted the "Christine" color.
Well get ready for an instant replay------look for "Miss 
Belvedere's" to start appearing everywhere.
The owners with the funds to restore their Plymouths will be painting their 
cars gold with a white side trim and those without money for restoration will 
probably be covering their old Plymouth with a thin layer of mud which will 
probably get more attention than the restored ones. " Miss Belvedere" 
clones will start appearing on E bay for sale. At least one Plymouth owner will 
cover his car with mud and try to sell it on E bay also as a replica or clone, 
Hey, that is ok, because it will put Plymouth in the spotlight 
big time again and old Plymouths that have been sitting in unrestored 
condition for years will be restored, because of the suffering of ""Miss Belvedere" 
many old Plymouths will be saved.!!!!!! Look for the value of 57 Plymouths 
to start rising almost immediately.!!! I can here the phones ringing at the 
automotive paint stores with the guys calling saying " I would like to order 
some 1957 Plymouth Desert Gold paint.!!!!!!!

Ron Swartley

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