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 Post subject: Some Sweet Clasics In Brudenell this July 1st weekend
PostPosted: July 30th, 2010, 9:25 pm 
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PEI Street Rod Association's 32nd Show 'n Shine.
The car in the second and third pics was my favorite of the show. 60 Chevy. Beautiful car with an exquisite deep deep red paint job. Next was the yellow 57 and so on.
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 Post subject: Re: Some Sweet Clasics In Brudenell this July 1st weekend
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I also love the 2nd and 3rd one too along with the last one.

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 Post subject: Re: Some Sweet Clasics In Brudenell this July 1st weekend
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If you didn't see it at the show it is too bad. The paint was flawless, like a mirror.

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 Post subject: Re: Some Sweet Clasics In Brudenell this July 1st weekend
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Beauties!

I agree that the '60 Impala is a looker! Basically original but with some nice added touches (wheels).

The '57 Chevy is a true classic in that its orginal look has been faithfully retained.

That Mercury is super looking also even if it has been heavily modified.

Also love the Ford Pickup hauling a motorboat of the same era ... nice touch!


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 Post subject: Re: Some Sweet Clasics In Brudenell this July 1st weekend
PostPosted: July 31st, 2010, 6:11 am 
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If you didn't see it at the show it is too bad. The paint was flawless, like a mirror.


No I didn't see it. My Dad has a '49 Ford truck that he babies to no end. :lol:

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Beauties!

I agree that the '60 Impala is a looker! Basically original but with some nice added touches (wheels).

The '57 Chevy is a true classic in that its orginal look has been faithfully retained.

That Mercury is super looking also even if it has been heavily modified.

Also love the Ford Pickup hauling a motorboat of the same era ... nice touch!

The 60 was also custom interior as well.
I was told the boat is a chris craft replica, hand built by the owner. A nice piece of work.
And yes the 57 chevy belair with the continental kit was always my favorite car as well.
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