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By: Copper Kettle Classics  09-12-2011

Have you ever had difficulty hunting down the original color code or chips for a restoration job or a clean, older model in need of repair? Like most painters, we would bet you have. Out of print color chips are extremely difficult to obtain, and getting harder to find every day. That’s why we’ve assembled the largest [..]

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After several summers putting up with her stalling and over heating, I decided to do an off frame restoration including rebuilding the Flathead engine. The car was built in Oakville Ontario late in 1954 and was then shipped out west to Regina Saskatchewan to a Lincoln Mercury Dealership. I doubt this car will be on hand for this years Copper Kettle Classics but it sure is historically significant.