This outstanding roadster that reminds us of the Duesenberg Auburn and Packard high fashion from the 30ís, was professionally hand made by a carriage-coach builder from Thetford Mines Quebec. Mr. Ronald Doyon, built this roadster with 18 gage sheet-metal, there is no reference or interchangeability available, all specifications and blueprints are unique and unrivalled except for the powertrain that was special order from Ford chassis division.
The roadster, respond to all Canadian Federal Laws requirements and also from the Quebec Automobile Insurance Society conformities, it has always been insured and registered in the province of Quebec. The vehicle's registered is * Odyno Artis 1998*, color is red & white with red interior with two usable tires spares dress on each side of the front fenders. The rear wheels drive powertrain has assisted brakes with rotors in front and drums in the back, dress-up with a 351c.i. combined with a double exhaust systems and 3 speeds tranny, both fresh built with Ford specs. It have also power- steering, a nice woodgrain dash with precisions gages, AM/FM stereo, two nice individual bucket-seats with white carpet. The roadster comes with the legendary rumble-seat assisted with a very practical storage space mounted on a luggage rack.
All the chromes parts are completely handmade with top quality specifications. The car is mounted on 15 inch Starfire flite radials tires. Unfortunately, Mr. Doyon passed away recently but I can tell you that everything was meticulously engineered and built professionally with style.
Serge Benoit; Cars Oldies, consultant