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RE: 2020 Okanagan fall garage tour


Jerel, thanks for sharing all those vintage automotive images here. I will take that beautiful 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air that is hiding off to the side. 



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As per usual ... I'm envious of your tours!



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'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.



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I have to add a little addition or appendix to these garage tours. I am basically a close to stock guy on car restorations BUT MOST of the guys I hang out with for wings and drinks and socially are hot rod fanatics. Their first thing is to slam them, add 600 horse power, modify, and so on. Through all of this I really appreciate hot rod builds as so much goes into them. Not bragging but I have some very talented friends who I enjoy watching their builds. I realize there is a very high percentage of members on here who appreciate the stock look or only period correct modifications so I hope I don't offend you when many of these garage tour pictures are rods. If it bothers you even a little I have no problem pulling back on posting these pictures. I want the majority to enjoy whatever is posted. Just thinking out loud. Don't be scared to say something either way. No offence taken at all.

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Though I like slightly modified, stock, or even very light pro touring look as my preference, in that order, I appreciate all sorts of cars & vehicles including other makes and models.

So, I cant speak for anyone but myself but I like the variety of cars and memorabilia that you presented, thats what makes the hobby interesting, so keep em coming!!

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Nice pics thanx for sharing......smile

Hey Jerel......any of those collectors interested in old Brit motorcycles..........???  Seller is motivated.......biggrin

https://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t64673251/our-1968-triumph-tr6r-since-1971/



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bjburnout wrote:

Nice pics thanx for sharing......smile

Hey Jerel......any of those collectors interested in old Brit motorcycles..........???  Seller is motivated.......biggrin

https://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t64673251/our-1968-triumph-tr6r-since-1971/


 Unfortunately Bernie 3 of the 4 venues we stopped at the collectors have started liquidating.  They wont be seeing their 70th or even their 75th birthday again. For the most parts kids arent interested in keeping it going even though money isnt an issue. Supposedly a comment from one son was I dont even know why you need more than one car.
The other fellow has gotten very involved with the local race track and spends much of his free time doing laps down there plus they are spending millions adding to the development. Ill keep an eye out for you though. 



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jmont64 wrote:

I am basically a close to stock guy on car restorations


 Same here, but I appreciate the artistry involved in "hot rodding". Keep on posting!



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'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.

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Pontiacanada wrote:
jmont64 wrote:

I am basically a close to stock guy on car restorations


 Same here, but I appreciate the artistry involved in "hot rodding". Keep on posting!


 Ditto!  Variety is what makes the car hobby interesting!  I love to see the creativity.



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