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I saw it and it was either a COPO or Brass Hat special order car. At first I thought it was a little ghastly but when they panned around to the green interior it complimented the stinger and it didn't look too bad. For sure you'll never see another one.
Location: 435 "born with drivetrain" **FOR SALE** ILLINOIS
from smith chevrolet in hammond, in
car was on the proteam website sometime ago. i think it dropped off as part of the big sale. i grew up in hammond and use to buy parts from smith chevrolet (i believe the reference to smith brothers is incorrect). interesting color combo.
I thought it was very nice in the flesh, though I'm a big E blue fan. That black big brake fuelie next to it was also very nice, and you can just see a hint of a really cool '67 427 4sp Impala behind it
no mater who did it. it was all done by hand. no computers. errors were made
Yes, there were computers in the 60's, but they were mainframes, and nobody except the "data processing" folks had access to them, and input and output was on IBM punchcards, which were bulk-processed for output on IBM line-printers. Yes, input (keypunch) errors were possible, and were relatively common compared to today's digital data transfer.