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I have seen Lou's articles in Smoke Signals in the past.

The Kopper Kart is a legendary custom truck from the 1950s. It was one of the first magazine project trucks.

The gold and white custom I think I've seen before at the Detroit Autorama. It was either inspired by or painted by Gene Winfield. 

Thanks for sharing 31pontiac. Awesome pics!

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14 hours ago, 31pontiac said:

   Haven’t you seen my car enough?🤣🤣

   My wife says something goes wrong with it whenever she rides in it so we took the daily for the  1 1/2 hour drive.

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Can't get enough of the Bonne.  Waitin on some action shots of the Hot Rod at shows.:pop_corn:

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    We first met Dimitrie in 1982 at the POCI convention in Minnesota.  He really liked our ‘59. So much so that he offered to trade his  SD421  ‘63 Catalina for it,  a trade I had to regrettably decline.

     Several years later I was asked if I had my car at a show in Michigan for GM employees.  I soon found out that Dimitrie had found a  ‘59 Bonneville like ours.  His story of acquiring his car was in Smoke Signals October 2018 issue.
   
    Here’s Dimitrie at the Dream Cruise.

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I know the story. Dimitri told it to me a couple of years ago in person. I have followed that car down the Dream Cruise a few times as well.

If you saw the October issue of Smoke Signals, I wrote the article on the Michigan Widetracker's Dustoff car show. I featured a picture of Dmitri "holding court" and telling stories to anyone that would listen. Everyone except Dmitri was sitting down! LOL!

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