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    I would really miss the armrests. Looks like the front springs are bent backwards.
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    Biggest thing I've learned from this thread is that there is no replacement for being able to put your hands on something to assess value. I would have sworn it was worth the money. With all the visible effort, I really didn't expect there to be that many issues to deal with.
    1966 Chevy Display, "Southern Belle"
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    Unhappy

    Don't get me wrong, it is a "nice" van. There are just so many variables we as vanners are aware of and look for as opposed to the unsuspecting buyer. And I am not saying they cannot be overcome (What's in your wallet), we all know we do not build these to flip, rather as a Love...JM2C...I could be wrong...'-)
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    I kind of figured the hidden door hinges would be a problem. I was at Digz place looking at the hidden hinges put on the first gen he got from G man.... There just isn't a way I can see to get hidden hinges and a fully opening door.
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    I suppose if there was a practical way to hide the hinges and make them fully functional, GM would have done that, like they did with every other vehicle they made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiley View Post
    I suppose if there was a practical way to hide the hinges and make them fully functional, GM would have done that, like they did with every other vehicle they made.
    Gregg Groff


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