November 30, 2020

The Car History of Alex Beloff III

 

DYNAMIC ROOF STYLE.  IT WAS LIGHT METALLIC AQUA, TWO DOOR HARD TOP, FACTORY AIR, 8 LUGS.  THE 1967 WAS A WHOLE NEW ATTRACTIVE CAR.  I WAS A TOP PRODUCER AT OAKLANDON SALES CHEVROLET PONTIAC, INDIANAPOLIS, ONE OF THE LARGEST DUAL GM DEALERS IN THE UNITED STATES.  ALL MY NEW PONTIACS THAT I PURCHASED HAD OPEN MSO’S (MEANING NEW OWNER CAN QUALIFY FOR A NEW CAR LOAN AND NEW CAR RATES BECAUSE IT HAS NOT BEEN TITLED.)

I ALWAYS TAKE GREAT CARE IN PROTECTING THE CARPETS, UPHOLSTERY, PAINT AND ENGINE COMPARTMENT WHICH IS POLISHED BY HAND.  I ALWAYS SELL BEFORE THEY HAVE 4,000 MILES.  THE NEW FLOOR MATS REMAINED IN THE PLASTIC IN THE TRUNK.   I USED REMNANT STITCHED CARPET PIECES FOR FLOOR MATS.  I PUT TOWELS UNDERNEATH THE BRIGHT SILL MOLDINGS TO PROTECT THE CARPETS ON THE VULNERABLE SILL AREAS, TRANSMISSION HUMPS AND ACCELERATION PEDAL LOCATIONS.

I PUT TAPE OVER THE ATTRACTIVE BRIGHT SILL PLATES WITH THE GORGEOUS BODY BY FISHER EMBLEMS TO PROTECT THEM FROM SCRATCHES AND DENTS FROM SHOES AND WOMEN’S HIGH HEELS.  MULTIPLE COATS OF POLISH KEPT THE FACTORY LACQUER FINISH FREE OF ANY CORROSION. I AM A NON SMOKER SO MY VEHICLES AND ESPECIALLY MY DEMONSTRATORS HAVE  REFLECTED THAT.

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