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    I'd buy one!

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    Did they ever sell any67s? Were they sold as 66s? Where did this one come from?


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    With the bumper up that high, I think of an old man that wears his pants too high.



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    no room for the gas filler

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    quote:Originally posted by lvanw

    no room for the gas filler
    Hmmm, perhaps the bumper swings out in order to remove the filler cap. Perhaps Bob Marcks put a side filler in place like a Hawk.


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    That is not the first car I have seen with a high rear bumper. I guess it was going to be next.

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    quote:Originally posted by Milaca

    With the bumper up that high, I think of an old man that wears his pants too high.

    Hey, is that Jeff Rice in that picture?

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    That's the '67 facelift car...best pic I've seen of it. Pity Stude didn't hang on just a bit longer: 1967 was Canada's centennial year; a red and white Centennial Edition '67 Cruiser would've been a nice upbeat way to send-off Canada's Own Car!

    As has been said, there have been a few "neo-67s" built-up, most recent one I know of being Ray Martin's 66 with the "two-rectangle" grille. Looking forward to seeing that one firsthand maybe next year.

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    quote:Originally posted by Steve T

    That's the '67 facelift car...best pic I've seen of it.
    Patrick Foster's book has a number of photos of the '67 prototype.

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    Love those rear window vents!!

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    I'm with Milaca on this one.
    Raising the bumper and shifting the trim again is just going to the well once too often.


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    This is the same shot as in Patrick Fosters book except this picture has more to the right side showing the "Powers" name in the sign above. (page 178)

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    Unique hubcaps. Not the '66 style.

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