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Graham Woodford's 1965 AP6 Regal 24 Oct 2017
Graham Woodford's 1965 AP6 Regal My AP6 was originally purchased by Eric Bets from Deloraine’s on 1965. I purchased the AP from Eric in 1997, it needed a respray so it got 1. At this stage the AP was a 225 slant 6 auto it was my daily driver for a few years pasted by and we had accumulated a few to many cars, we had a friend looking for a car so we made an arrangement to sell him the AP but buy it back when he was ready to part with it. After 18 months the AP returned home, a couple years passed and the clear on the roof started to look a bit second hand so we sanded it back and painted he roof white, we had some VF bucket seats retrimed to match, what a difference that made. Again we had some friends in the HVCC looking for a car and having just purchased the Barracuda he gave us a hand with the body work and we did a deal with the AP she was gone again. As time goes by we seen the AP on MoPar Market it was local so went and brought her home 3rd time lucky, the body was wort for wear and the drive line had been removed, so we sanded and removed the rust, welded, painted and installed a 273 V8, auto, and LSD, had a full retrim and it is what you see today. I don’t like to say she’ll never leave again but would have to be something special to replace her.
Graham Woodford's 1965 AP6 Regal Gallery: Members' Rides Description: My AP6 was originally purchased by Eric Bets from Deloraine’s on 1965. I purchased the AP from Eric in 1997, it needed a respray so it got 1. At this stage the AP was a 225 slant 6 auto it was my daily driver for a few years pasted by and we had accumulated a few to many cars, we had a friend looking for a car so we made an arrangement to sell him the AP but buy it back when he was ready to part with it. After 18 months the AP returned home, a couple years passed and the clear on the roof started to look a bit second hand so we sanded it back and painted he roof white, we had some VF bucket seats retrimed to match, what a difference that made. Again we had some friends in the HVCC looking for a car and having just purchased the Barracuda he gave us a hand with the body work and we did a deal with the AP she was gone again. As time goes by we seen the AP on MoPar Market it was local so went and brought her home 3rd time lucky, the body was wort for wear and the drive line had been removed, so we sanded and removed the rust, welded, painted and installed a 273 V8, auto, and LSD, had a full retrim and it is what you see today. I don’t like to say she’ll never leave again but would have to be something special to replace her.
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