I have not seen this car for some time, unfortunatley it's in the same spot as last time i saw it. Owner has had the car for many years and hopes to have it restored one day.
 
It's a factory FM3 Pink car! 340 4sp, bench seat.
 
 
I am not sure on how many pink Dusters were made in Canada but there were ony 414 made in the U.S.
 
Here is what the car looked like when it was new.
 
 
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                 Not sure if this a Cuda or Challenger but it seems that it requires some tlc.
 
 
                         This rat rod with Alberta plate cruised by me heading east on the #1.
 
 
            Back in the garage. A freinds hot rod that threw a rod out the block awaits a fresh engine.
 
 
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Carl at Maximum collision has recently come up with a great idea for a rotisserie for his Nova wagon streeet rod. We all know how hard it is to get to the bottom of a car for restoration work. Rotisserie's have been around for some time, however buying one would most likley require some alteration for your particular vehicle. Not to mention the cost. Here is a great example made of exhaust tubing and some steel.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Being an octagon it can be rolled with 2 people and would need a 10' ceiling to roll over. A fairly straight forward project to get your car up in the air.
 
Here you can see the alterations made to the rear wheel tubs to allow for the bigger tire.
 
 
An extra stock frame rail being added for strength as the...
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                                                               Chevelle/Malibu?
 
 
63 Riviera that the owner has had for 25 years! 3rd owner. Last time it was on the road the owner made a trip to a Riviera show in Lake Tahoe, on to San Francisco and up the coast. Great road trip in a very cool car. It's currently getting a makeover with new paint and interior.
 
 
 
 
 
Check out the sensor for the auto headlights on top of the dash.
 
Then...
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                                            Go Fish? Late 60's Cuda awaiting it's new life.
 
 
68 Road Runner 383 4sp, bench seat. Originally Turbine bronze and vinyl roof. Current owner has chosen to remove the diamond tuff seat covers. THANK YOU.
 
 
 
 
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After many years of hibernation Johnn'y Dodge's Bee has recently seen some progress.
 
 
 
 
Way to go JD! Don't stop now. 
 
Calling car 3? Car 3, Car 3?
 
 
1962 Plymouth Police car out of the U.S that has been restored. This owner has numerous Vintage Emergency Vehicles that are used for parades, displays, weddings, movies and community events.
Nice to see them restored and not robbed for their valuable parts.
 
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When this enthusiast found a 69 Coronet 500 383 in Santa Cruz CA the decision was made to drive it home.  Almost home near Bellingham it started to snow!   6 inches of the white stuff quickly made the decision for him to find a safe place to park it.  How people drove these cars back then all year around I will never know.
 
 
383 , Buckets and console, Vinyl roof, Magnums.
 
 
After removing the engine for a detail and cleaning up the firewall it looks good as new.
 
 
Here is another local Dart being reborn.
 
 
Fiberglass flip front end and a big block.
 
 A couple of old timers resting.
 

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I stopped in at K&M automotive this week to see a vast array of Muscle cars in the shop. Owner Corey Doerksen has always had a passion for a little extra HP and it seems that since the weather has been great the Hot Rods are comming out of hibernation. Whether your Hot Rod needs some maintenance, a little extra horsepower, custom exhaust, brakes or a correct part for your restoration Corey only does it one way. The right way.
 
 
 
  
64 Fairlane, 347 Stroker motor
 
70 AMX 360 T10 4sp with Rally Pak
 
Stunning 69 SS 396
 
57 Bel Air Convertible
 
I have known Corey for 20 years and have always been impressed with his automobile knowledge, passion and the willingness to take on something out of the ordinary.
 
Whether your Hod Rod needs a...
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I have driven past this house for 20 years and noticed the 1966 Satelite behind the R.V. Many years ago there was another 66 Satelite 2 streets over that I tried to buy. After making an offer I was told to call back the next day. Well I called back and after a short conversation was told the car was not for sale! I guess my offer was to low as the car dissapeared a few days later.
 
This Satelite was bought new by the current owner. 318, buckets and console. Unfortunatley the B.C weather has not been good to the old Mopar. Like to see it back on the road one day.
 
 
 
The owner also has this nice 1967 Fairlane 390 GT that he has had for 18 years.
 
 
 
 
Here is another enthusiast with a few toys.
 
Gorgeous 51 Ford
 
 
Mint T-bird...
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