Re: [GFS] PREVIEWS OF COMING ATTRACTIONS----MISS BELVEDERE
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Re: [GFS] PREVIEWS OF COMING ATTRACTIONS----MISS BELVEDERE



There were rumors in Tulsa that some museum had
already offered $300,000.00 for her. If that's true
you know the price will go higher after the owner is
announced and confirmed and other museums get
involved.
--- Steph Burlew <sb57fury@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 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, 
> etc,etc.
> 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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