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I don't think it would be all that much work.
The soft parts were destroyed, but the body looked pretty solid to me.
Notice that the trim is intact and the eyebrows do not appear to be 
If It was a rust bucket, the trim would have fallen off. 
If you want to see rust buckets, I have 2 58 fury bodies that can 
demonstrate that real well.
A good pressure washing would be a start.
but I don't think that will happen, a museum will buy it and keep it 
as is.

----- Original Message -----
From: Steph Burlew <sb57fury@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Monday, June 18, 2007 10:08 pm
To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

> She can be restored but it will take alot. If I had the chance to 
> win her I would love her enough to do this for her. After that she 
> would be in a nice warm garage were she belongs and I would go out 
> to her and say "Lets go to a car show or a cruise in"  I still 
> have tears in my eyes after what was done to her. When I 1st seen 
> her I said  "you poor girl. "  I'm sure she is still crying her 
> headlight out. I would say this to her "Miss Belvedere there is 
> some one in Tennesee who wishes to have you . This young lady 
> loves you very much and will take you in to have a complete off 
> frame restoration on you . The reason is you deserve to be 
> cruising down the highway not sitting in a museum. " 
> john mahaffey <john59oldcar@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:          John,
> You are correct. I was there for the presentation as
> were a lot of our other proud Plymouth owners. I know
> there were a lot of tears as she was uncovered. Also,
> the thought of having Boyd Codington and his team of
> butchers there made everyone I spoke to even more
> upset. The car is way beyond any thought of restoring,
> and I feel she deserves her place as a museum display
> and left to rest in peace. Several of the local
> Plymouth Owners I spoke to are sick about the way this
> whole situation was mishandled. They told me anyone
> that knows anything about Tulsa's high water table
> would have never buried the car this way. It's a very
> sad ordeal.
> John Mahaffey
> --- Steph Burlew <sb57fury@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I agree 100% . I sure hope and pray some one fixes
> > her up . She belongs on the road. When I seen the
> > video when they unveiled Miss Belvedere could of
> > sworn I have seen her crying her headlights out.
> > 
> > Bjwt56@xxxxxxx wrote: Hello All:
> > 
> > I may have a different viewpoint from everyone else,
> > but I think it is a 
> > shame that Tulsa trashed such a beautiful car.
> > 
> > John Teske
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