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IHC Member 1999
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A friend is making this for me. He is in Kapuskasing Ontario, Canada. I'm in British Columbia, Canada. Going to cost me a fortune to get it here, going to be worth it.

 
IHC Member 1999
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Case, 1st coat

 
IHC Member 1999
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another view

 
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Nice cars, too!

'35 Chevy and '69 Mustang?
 
IHC Member 1541
Picture of Lorne Wasylishen
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Nice display Nick, you will be needing another soon, like the one in the upper right of the 1st pic. Smile

I like your friend already, huge shop, not a speck of dust, I see a powerful dust collection system. Mine is a shop vac after the fact.

And those cars, wow.
 
IHC Member 1999
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Hi fellows, if I remember correctly the Mustang is mid 60's and a convertible. Pat won it in a raffle draw about 8 years ago. Not sure about the other one. He has restored a few vintage cars, a Packard, Studebaker Hawk and a few others. A pretty handy guy. Does some nice woodwork also.

Rick
 
IHC Member 1824
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From what I can see of the wheel and front, looks like a 64 and 1/2, 65 or 66 Mustang, all used same body style and basically same wheel style (might be a GT as it has the GT Lights in the grill).
 
IHC Member 1999
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Gents, the Mustang is a 1967 GTA (GTautomatic) convertible.
The Chev is a 1934 Chevrolet Master 5 business coupe (with the trunk) used mostly by travelling salesman. What was left of the Chev was a rusted frame after sitting in a field since 1950. It took 8 years to restore.
 
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Picture of William D. White
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67 Mustangs were fine looking cars with well thought out coachwork and styling, but quite frankly, the suspension was junk. Cars with live rear axle assemblies are mere wagons and incapable of safely navigating challenging roadways at speed. Fortunately, there are after market suspension specialists who can bring your classic or modern Mustang car up to a much improved level of performance. HERE

William
 
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Picture of William D. White
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Rick,

I forgot to mention how beautiful your watch cases are. Nice wood working!
 
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