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Great thread and thanks for the introduction to "Cold War Motors". I had never heard of it before but am now subscribed. I love looking at this kind of video. Right now I have started on the "Straight Eight Showdown" and just finished Part 1 with five more parts to go. Loving it!

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COOL.   Love seeing unusual cars like that.

Thanks Robert.  There were in their heyday also such things as 1940s and 50s stretch limos used by funeral

homes.  Some time back I saw a P15 made into a park sightseeing car....but now I can't recall where it was - in

Canada I think.

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11 hours ago, BobT-47P15 said:

COOL.   Love seeing unusual cars like that.

Thanks Robert.  There were in their heyday also such things as 1940s and 50s stretch limos used by funeral

homes.  Some time back I saw a P15 made into a park sightseeing car....but now I can't recall where it was - in

Canada I think.

Here you go, Bob.
This is the Canadian plexiglass D25...

Brewster Transport plastic top car 1946.jpg

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16 hours ago, Dartgame said:

Absolutely love cold war motors. Those guys are a hoot, and the owner does fantastic metal fab, paint and body work. The 60 fury is a head shaker - what a project.

 

I'm about 1/3 of the way through the '60 Fury project about which I agree. Taking a virtually unsalvageable car and salvaging it. Looking forward to the rest of the episodes.

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