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Hi all my name is Bob, and i have a 67 Acadian Canso s/d. It is going to be a pro street car. I raced many many years ago with this car, and it has sat idle for about 25 years. The car runs a big block, and the tires for now are 33x22.5x15, so will have lots of room to do whatever i want.
It has a Compitition Engineering rear sub frame with four link, and is connected all together with Chassis engineering frame connectors. The front clip is from Macgyvers in Lloydminster Alberta.
Here are a few pics of what's happining till now.
My garage isn't heated, so it's collect and buy all winter and get ready to start in spring.







I have all new sheet metal, rear quarters, and as for the front fenders i ordered 67 fenders for a 67, but should have checked closer myself, b/c the 66 and 67 acadians used the 66 fenders for both years...Got it..lol. But the 66's are on their way right now. I just learned not to take things for granted. This is my first project so it sure is a learning experience to say the least. But i love it!!!

Great to be here and sure looks like one  h### of a site.

Bob.


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Welcome aboard Bob! Keep us posted on the progress of your car.
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Welcome here. Glad to see another Canso owner!

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