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    Jay Gibbs

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  1. Another hit Jeff! Can you tell us what you use for the pinstripe?
  2. 1976 Chrysler New Yorker. One if my favorite land barges minus the trunk mounted spare.
  3. If you can't see where you're going in that with the pedal to the floor shouldn't be too hard to find death.
  4. No expert but a quick Google search shows it should work. 1963 1964
  5. All scripts and trim are in good condition on both. The only thing I'd maybe, possibly, might do is shave the door handles on the mild custom. Still thinking about that. Thanks for the input Jeff. I'm a big fan of your work and can't wait to see your latest conversion. I had thought about converting one of the coupes into a Fleetwood Brougham. That would take some time, planning and focus which for me translates into another forever project. Thanks
  6. The title alone told me not to look but I did anyway. When will I learn to listen to myself?
  7. Thanks Snake. I'm talking about the Coupe DeVille, not the Eldorado but you did give me an idea to check ebay. When I checked there were 7 Johan '67 DeVilles, 5 coupes and 2 convertibles. 1 convertible is an actual promo, the rest are all friction. No kits, built or unbuilt. I was in agreement with Espo until I did this unscientific research. The reason why I ask is because I have 1 of each, a 67 coupe friction in need of a little of love and a glue bombed kit in need of a whole lot of love. I'm considering cleaning up the friction model as showroom stock with details
  8. Can anyone tell me which is more rare, Johan's '67 Cadillac kit or friction toy model?
  9. Very nice! It was at about that age I gave up on the hobby and discovered something a bit more challenging, girls.
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