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Was built for the Canadian army. A private buyer bought it from the Toronto army surplus in 1971. 40 years later I bought it from him and restored it with my dad.
Just like the water levels in the Great Lakes, interest rates in the general economy or the global price of oil, the general insurance market goes through cycles that are known as “soft markets” and “hard markets”.
This 1937 Chevrolet Master Sedan is a real head turner! Acura midnight blue paint with blue pearl ghost flames.
As the winter season approaches, we would like to remind folks of some basic winterization steps to ensure their classic car will be up and running come spring.
I purchased the 1970 Mach 1 in Sept of 1998 in Casper Wyoming. This was just a rolling shell but in great condition. Me being a licensed body man I could do all the body and paint and also most of the mechanical.
“Meh –insurance will cover it.” In the context of property maintenance, this cavalier attitude could indeed ring factually true, but it is not taking into account the myriad ways in which a claim can cost you. A better way for you to look at a potential water loss...
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