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Old 08-30-2014, 11:59 PM
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Le May Car Show

37th annual. Stopped by to hopefully get some pics of some bonus built front ends for help with my reassembly but alas not a one. Here is what was there.
First couple of pics just to give an idea of the collection.
Then some pics of the trucks that were present.
The last 2 pics are of a '47 Cadillac p/u with a dodge truck box. Have never seen before.
Enjoy the pics...car shows for 2014 are winding down.
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Looks like a heck of a show with some unusual work. Thanks for sharing.

What sort of guidance are you after for your re-assembly?
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Looks like a heck of a show with some unusual work. Thanks for sharing.

What sort of guidance are you after for your re-assembly?
I was hoping to get my eyes on the inner fender to fender and fender to cowl assembly. I have it loosely together now and would like to double check.
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Very cool . Thanks for sharing. It's not all that far from us, so I guess we will have to make a run there sometime soon. Love the school bus, hate the purple wrecker with the chrome wheels and wide whites. I can see a wealthy Arizona ranch owner ordering up that caddy pickup. That one's a for me too!
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