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Here is my 69 Biscayne post. Not quite finished yet. Just have to get motivated. 

 



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Looking good so far. Glad you made it to the site!


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Hi Howard, good to see you on here. I know what you mean about motivation, I've been dragging my ass on getting my Chevelle back together.

By the way, it looks you're spoiled with your Biscayne, power steering AND power brakes! ( Mine has neither)

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welcome here howard.



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Yes..... I thought the PS and PDB were a good feature .  Only 3 other options on this car ....tinted glass, posi & F41. 

I recently picked up a 65 post that is real bare bones.....no washer pump, no rear seat belts ( not sure about the front , but the holes are there). 



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Welcome aboard Howard! WOW! I love your Biscayne. When you ready to sell this car, I`d love the first chance at it.

Dan

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Howard, I saw your You Tube clip. Beautiful car and sounds awesome. 



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Thanks..... That is a friends youtube site , so i can not answer the questions or update it . That was taken over 2 years ago when it recieved paint. Working on the interior now 



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Good looking car,I have always liked the 69/70 B-Bodies even though they are among the less loved ones. They will be more and more desireable in yrs to come though.

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Love the tinted glass    I wonder if tinted is available for 65-69's (aftermarket)



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i like all biscaynes, 69 is my favorite....68 close second. that's a nice one you have! dennis



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Here's another one.

 

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Nice old car    looks like  a Fredericton car   



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My friend has 2 69 Biscaynes,I would love to get one and doll it up just like these two in the photos above. I have always been a fan of the light green Chevy cars.That brown/burgundy Biscayne will look great restored.It has a perfect look and stance as is,I have always liked the hubcaps and steel wheels on that year model.

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slammed1 wrote:

My friend has 2 69 Biscaynes,I would love to get one and doll it up just like these two in the photos above. I have always been a fan of the light green Chevy cars.That brown/burgundy Biscayne will look great restored.It has a perfect look and stance as is,I have always liked the hubcaps and steel wheels on that year model.


 I'm not sure what color brown is on this car now, but it was born Burnished Brown, and eventually will be again.wink



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L78 300 Deluxe wrote:
slammed1 wrote:

My friend has 2 69 Biscaynes,I would love to get one and doll it up just like these two in the photos above. I have always been a fan of the light green Chevy cars.That brown/burgundy Biscayne will look great restored.It has a perfect look and stance as is,I have always liked the hubcaps and steel wheels on that year model.


 I'm not sure what color brown is on this car now, but it was born Burnished Brown, and eventually will be again.wink


 heres Burnished brown     very nice Dark brown

 

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Thanks..... That is a friends youtube site , so i can not answer the questions or update it . That was taken over 2 years ago when it recieved paint. Working on the interior now 


         Where did you "scoop" the tinted glass ?  biggrinwinkconfusesmileevileye



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This car came with the Tinted Glass from the factory ......I also got lucky as my 69 belAir post parts car also had the tinted glass, so I have spares .

Both cars were green , so that must have been common ?? ( Both are US cars )



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Howmac wrote:

This car came with the Tinted Glass from the factory ......I also got lucky as my 69 belAir post parts car also had the tinted glass, so I have spares .

Both cars were green , so that must have been common ?? ( Both are US cars )


         Very blessed  and have spares  biggrinbiggrin     

        I searched Internet and some vent windows, and side windows, and rear quarter windows are available  

        with front and rear glass and freight you can get a set for around $3000-3500.00  shipped to the Canada border   not too bad   



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