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The story: In 2003 we were visiting the Spring Barrie Automotive Flea Market at Burl's Creek, one of the larger flea markets in this area, and there we acquired a flyer with vendors' names and the services they provided. One of these vendors was Jim Rae, who was well-known for his expertise on and his knowledge of American Motors cars and products from the early 1950s up. Back in the day it was purchased by the original owner from J. R. Racine Motors in Quebec. We had the mirrors, "bumperettes," grill and other miscellaneous parts re-chromed. The colour looks stock but is actually a Ford shade, later-era but close to the original bronzy-pink tone that AMC used in 1960. The car has a 196-cubic-inch OHV six-cylinder engine with original Packard ignition wires, and is nicely detailed... There is a Borg-Warner automatic transmission with push-button gear selection and a push-button start. Show us your candy: Send MORE pictures of your Eye Candy: Our popular column is evolving. So get that pic of you and your family with your beautiful original, restored or customized car, PLUS photos — plural, more is better — of the interior, trim, wheels, emblems, what you like. Source: