I haven’t heard that they’re going to update the catalog, Will. It would be a good idea - to not only what they have in inventory, but also what they intend to reproduce.
Here’s the button on the hinge bracket, Mark - yup, just two.
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Mark, Gary Goers used to sell them - I don't know if Quirey Quality Design still offers them (they bought Gary out) - you can find their website here . This is from page 18 of Gary's original catalog, which you can find here : Capture.JPG A difference between the convertible and the hardtop/sedan, b...
Greetings! Those sound like "hen's teeth" parts to me - but, for starters give John Fowlie a shout at Big M Auto. John is as honest as the day is long, and has helped many an enthusiast on this site. Best of luck!
- Sun Oct 11, 2020 10:49 am
- Forum: Movies
- Topic: Tendre Voyou (Tender Scoundrel)
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A comment from the old website...
John Quinn wrote: [31/12/2008 15:44]
This one tested my 5 years of French.. Good scenes of a 59 SF convert. Looks like only the hood was damaged in the fender bender... Maybe there is a salvage yard in France with this car in it....Just dreaming..
Comments from the old website. It's sad to read my comment about Bailey the beagle... Now gone for ten years (*sniff*). [03/02/2008 13:47] Bailey objects to the cat's screen time... [31/12/2008 15:22] The back seat of that 60 Plymouth taxi cab is as wide as the Moon River! I kept waiting for the 5...
Be on the lookout for the occasional parked '59 Plymouth! Of course, the '59 taxi steals the show (as does the one through the rear window through much of the dialog) - but how curious, that when Holly exits the cab it's morphed into a '58! After one of her frequent visits to Tiffany's--New York Cit...
Some comments from the old website. Add your own!
Steve Storey wrote:[02/01/2009 05:58]
Nice car bummer movie!!
Burt Laird wrote:[05/06/2009 16:37]
Cool, That's my car Thanks
Paul wrote:[14/02/2011 20:24]
Another movie redone from the old website, with more clips and higher resolution. Still a bit of a downer movie, with at least one creepy part. But a cool wagon! 1969 in suburban small town Canada. Ex-military man Jim Field, married with three high school aged daughters, wants to portray having the ...
Another classic! Don Knotts is Hollis Figg, the dumbest bookkeeper in town. When the city fathers buy a second-hand computer to cover up their financial shenanigans, they promote Figg to look after things, knowing he'll never catch on. Their plan backfires when Figg becomes self-important and accide...
A comment from the old website:
Steve Storey wrote: [02/01/2009 06:25] Great cars -cute little girl. Once bought property from Eddy Rabkin of the Tokens who did Lion Sleeps tonight-another blast from the past!
The '59 Savoy in this movie is owned by none other that Curt Lambdin, who also provided the video. Curt's car has since been customized and souped up - check out the pix in the Carlisle 2008 Events page. Curt also provided the TV News spot covering the making of the movie - I digitized it several ye...