With Jerilyn visiting friends in Walnut Creek
Classic vanity light in the back seat
Shot of left rear window showing roll down shades and original exit assist handle.
Left side of overhead showing tweeter, volt meter, tach, fuel gauge, and clock plus LED’s for left and right turn signals and high beam.
Center part of overhead showing switches for Trippe lights and wipers, plus the horn button, cruise control, ignition, and light switch.
Right side of overhead showing the CD radio, AC control, and the other tweeter.
Original cluster. The heat control on the left raises and lowers the center AC duct.
Steering wheel controls are not functional.
Flower holders on both sides of windshield
Split front seat with dual arm rests.
Shot of trunk. It has an electric release with a cable back-up.
Back seat with front seat moved way up.
Wind wings both sides with clip on side mirrors.
Left side cowell light which seconds as left directional.
The only picture I have with the hood sides on.
Showing Trippe lights and horns. I never hooked up the Trippe lights and the horns are for looks only. The real horns are under the radiator.
Kugel front suspension.
AC compressor. I just installed a March serpentine system with a new power steering pump, compressor and alternator.
Showing the hood-up support and the original oil can which I had chromed.
Since my last name is Pelikan, I gotta have a pelican hood ornament. .
Wheel Vintiques wire wheels with a nice “B” that my pin stripper did.
Going over the continental divide in June two years ago. It’s a driver.
Asleep in the garage.