Posted 2008-06-14 9:17 AM (#133962 - in reply to #133938) Subject: RE: My Visit to Ultra One
Actually, Dwight wasn't particularly talkative. He left me alone for most of the hour that I was there (probably a good thing). Then he came out, engaged me in 'small talk', ie, how I knew about the car, if I went to Tulsa last year, etc. Then an AP photographer showed up and he nicely asked me to leave. He's not exactly the 'warm and friendly' type.
Posted 2008-06-15 4:04 AM (#133991 - in reply to #133938) Subject: RE: My Visit to Ultra One
Location: Lemoore CA
Well, I guess the theory that the car has been completely destroyed is off the table, although I have to admit it seemed very plausible, will a 2 door hardtop fit on the 4 door frame? I assume there are only small differences in wheel base. Nice pictures.
Posted 2008-06-16 5:29 PM (#134233 - in reply to #133938) Subject: Re: My Visit to Ultra One
Its nice to see the pics of miss Belvedere, Glad to see the pics after such a long time with no news.
Having seen the pics of the vehicle at Ultra One is it possible (and this is just a thought) they are only cleaning off one half of the vehicle as a sort of before and after using the rust remover product. Just a thought as it has gone from (in my opinion) a amazing peice of history, to a bit of a money spinner.
Having watched the proceedings over the internet in the middle of the night here in the UK a year ago, I have to agree with most of you guys in the forum that it should be somewhere on display for people to see it rather than be taken apart and frames changed etc.
Thanks for the great pics ronbo97
Cant help but wonder how the Plymouth Prowler is doing!