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Because of the AACA forum , this rusty Amphicar found me. Being the eternal optimist My mind thought this would be a great idea. Unfortunately My body sometimes disagrees. So I work till it hurts and take a break. Doing a really rough car is challenging. Being a challenge sometimes is actually fun. Plus I try to fabricate every sheet metal part. First pics of car arriving I had to fix hull and frame before I could put on rotisserie
Greetings! It has been quite some time since I last posted. I have been busy conducting my business, Frank Nicodemus Classics and Antiques, and I do not always have the time to post to forums. Thanks to all of you who do participate – the advice is always helpful. I would like to share with everyone an interview with me by The New York Times Automobile section. It was published on Sunday, February 17, 2013. The reporter, Mr. Jim Motavalli, THOROUGHLY researched my 40+ year career, restorations, my knowledge of Cadillacs, my statements and the statements made by some of my customers. Those of you who have had to suffered due to my absence from my former company and who have heard the “rumor mill” started by my ex, this article will bring a genuine smile to your face! The direct link to the NYT article is http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/17/automobiles/collectibles/in-age-of-specialists-one-focused-on-cadillacs.html?_r=1& Thanks to all of you who take the time to read this article! All the best, Frank Nicodemus