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Rick's Classic Cars Restorations

My love for Classic cars started in my early childhood when I rode in the back of my uncle's wagon.

I bought my 1957 Chevrolet 150, 2-door sedan in Jan 1971 with 32,000 original miles. The original car color was turquoise and was changed to white in 1973. Until 1976 the Chev was my daily driver. In the first years of owning the 1957 Chev I installed numerous V8 engines and transmission rear ends.

My 1957 Chevy

I started the last off the frame restoration with modifications in 2004 with 175,000 miles on the odometer. The restoration was completed in 2007 with a turquoise and white paint job. The paint and body work were done by professionals but I completed the re-assembly myself. Presently the car has a 350 engine, 700R4 transmission, CPP 5000 power steering box, upper and lower control arms and Hellwig sway bars. This car was built to be driven!!!

Classic Auto Parts and MachineThe 1955 Pontiac Pathfinder wagon was also an off the frame restoration project I started in 2000 and completed in the spring of 2002. A 1987 Pontiac Grand Prix front frame clip was installed. It has a 350 Chevrolet engine, 700R4 transmission, stock rear end, custom interior, a modified dash (glove box was filled in for the installation of gauges). The radio speaker was changed to a cubby hole. This car was also built to drive.

The 57 Chev and the 55 Pontiac have been to numerous car "Show and Shines" in Alberta, B.C, and Saskatchewan and each car has won many car show awards.

 

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