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  1. Thanks everyone for the pictures and help as well as the warm welcome. As a few have noted it is a fairly well optioned car. The original owner was in the Oil and Gas business and living in Southern Alberta, I think around the Lethbridge area, when he special ordered it from a U.S. dealer across the border. The dealership brought the car to the border where he picked it up. Not something that would happen now. I actually think he deleted the A/C on the car, which is a shame. The car followed him with his work from Alberta to Manitoba to Texas and back up to Canada. The car ended up with
  2. Hi Mike, I am in Sherwood Park. I knew you were in Edmonton, as I have seen your posts and pictures, but I was not aware of someone with the 63? Hope to see you around town this summer. Russ
  3. Thanks very much guys. I have looked through so many interior images on line and have not seen one!
  4. Like to start by saying what a great forum this is. I have been following it for a number of years now as I have been searching for a 64 or 65 Riv. I stumbled upon a 65 that was a one family car from when it was special ordered in December of 64. Finding a 64 or 65 in Western Canada is very difficult and the fact that it was in a garage about 10 blocks from where I live is like winning the lottery. Like to thank Bob Burnoop, Tom T, and Gord Wolfgang for their help on things I am presently working on. My question is about this piece that was in the trunk as to where it may go on the car?
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