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"Thought you’d enjoy seeing some pixs of “Deuced” completed. It was judged “gold” along with 1st place in the semi-modified class 1966-67 Chevy II at this year’s Nova Nationals in Columbus July 17-19. FYI, the bumpers got 10 points out of 10.

Paul Fitzgerald
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  • Affordable Classic Cars – The Alfa Romeo GTV-6

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  • Affordable Classic Cars – The 1970s MG MGB

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  • Affordable Classic Cars: The Early Ford Mustang

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  • Affordable Classics: The Chrysler Windsor

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  • Affordable Classic Cars – The Ford Falcon

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  • A Brief History of the Hubcap

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