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Just because you can't do it...doesn't mean its impossible
I have a high school friend in Indiana that bought a 76 Laguna in the late 70's. It currently only has about 52,000 miles on it. It is stored along with his 66 big block vette (that he also bought in high school and has kept!). I saw him at our 30 year reunion and he told me he did the same thing. We had a friend that owned the chevy dealerhip in town so we had a hookup on parts from way back (still *** He has eight complete sets of emblems that he bought sitting. His car doesn't need them because it still looks like brand new.It is a true "survivor".Read more: http://forums.popularhotrodding.com/70/7888879/street/1976-laguna-s3-emblems-rear-and-front-rubber-bumpe/#ixzz2Pkv5Xpdd