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(11-13-2017, 05:12 AM)1969_Mach1 Wrote: I was going to change the color on mine from the original Meadowlark Yellow to Grabber Blue.  In the long run, I'm happy the painter was a purist and convinced me to keep it Meadowlark Yellow.

I changed mine from Meadow lark yellow to Jade green .  Meadow lark yellow , in my opinion was not a mans color.



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(11-09-2017, 04:12 AM)bmehling54 Wrote: Happy to be here...   because I finally am the owner of a '69 Mach1, 351C !!
I've has the car for about 4 months.  Based on the condition I expected it to be a little more "turn key" than it has been.   Car was restored about 7 years ago and has basically sat ever since.  So when I started driving it...    lots of leaks, busted fuel pump,  waaaay out of adjustment carb.   among other things.  Hopefully getting close to trusting it as a frequent driver.
The color in the center picture is more accurate. Underside looks as good as the top!

That is one sharp car , don't see many that clean and nice looking !



Obediance is the gateway to perfection and only those who see the invisable can do the impossible.

Home Town : Munising , in Michigans beautiful Upper Peninsula. or better know as Gods country

my home page http://www.myclassicvehicals.webs.com
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(01-18-2018, 12:25 AM)mymachone Wrote:
(11-13-2017, 05:12 AM)1969_Mach1 Wrote: I was going to change the color on mine from the original Meadowlark Yellow to Grabber Blue.  In the long run, I'm happy the painter was a purist and convinced me to keep it Meadowlark Yellow.

I changed mine from Meadow lark yellow to Jade green .  Meadow lark yellow , in my opinion was not a mans color.

Wow!  I've never heard that before.  I didn't know colors had a gender.  I do know changing the color of a car like this will greatly hurt the value of it.
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