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1961 Morris Minor

Here is a picture of my1961 Morris Minor 1000. The car is a replica of a Panda car, a patrol car for the police in the small towns of Britain. A 948cc engine, creating 37 horsepower with a 4 speed manual transmission, powers the car. The Morris Minor is very popular around the show circuit…

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1939 Chevrolet Pickup

Here are some photos of my 1939 Chevrolet ½ ton pickup. My wife, Victoria, has named it my all steel pickup “Baby Boy” as she has previously named our 1939 Chevrolet Coupe project car “Baby Girl”. Victoria frequently drives our pickup to local cars shows. Baby Boy was born in New York State to a…

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1972 Buick Centurion

Here are some pictures of my 1972 Buick Centurion. I had been looking for a classic car for about two years, without finding anything that fit my budget that didn’t need an entire rebuild. One night, I was on Facebook and one of the garage sale sites in my area had the Buick listed for…

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1964 Pontiac Parisienne

I bought my 1964 Pontiac Parisenne eight years ago from a gentleman in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. It was a very clean low-mileage car and now has 84,000 miles on it. I have fond memories of learning to drive in a 1965 Pontiac, and always wanted another one, but when I saw this nice…

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1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS

This is my 1967 RS SS tribute that I have had since 2013. In that time I have welded in new floor pans and rocker panels, redid the interior, disc brakes all around, new master cylinder, new windshield and exhaust. Most recently I pulled the front off the car off to redo the top half…

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1950 MGTD

This is my 1950 MG TD. I purchased it from a gentleman in Illinois that had already completed about 85% of a complete frame off restoration. I completed the restoration on September 29, 2018. The car is amazing to drive; I’m the third owner of this fine automobile, which has only 38k original miles. Jim…

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1968 Mustang Coupe

This 1968 Mustang taught both of my kids how to drive. For over 10 years it has served to keep my kids safe and for this I did a 2 year restoration to take it from the tired 6 cyl, 4 lug, manual drum brake car it was to the 351W, 5 lug, power disc…

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1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

I was working as a letter carrier for the USPS when I first spotted a 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, it was love at first sight and I soon found my way to Pellini Chevrolet in Sebastopol, California to order up a new ’71 Monte Carlo. The car was equipped with a 350c.i. 2bbl engine and…

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1966 Chevy II Nova

Here’s a picture of my 1966 Chevy ll Nova, It is powered by a 355 small block producing 375 HP, it is backed by a 350 turbo transmission with 2500 stall, line lock, curie 9” ford rear end with 3.73:1 gears, it has lots of chrome and powder coating and a slick fire wall and…

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1946 International KB3

One of my two retirement projects, this is a 1946 KB3 International with a Railway Express Agency delivery body. I found this in the trees on an abandoned farmstead in North Dakota that I hay every summer. My father-in-law used to rent the farm before he retired and knew the family. He made a call…

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