A Frontenac Helps Celebrate Canada Day

This past week I got an email from Ian Ashing about the 1960 Frontenac car.  Ian had read my January 25, 2018 post on this website about this car.  There is a 1960 Frontenac in the Canadian Car Museum in Oshawa, Ontario.  The pictures in this post were sent to me by Ian.  Ian is a volunteer at the Canadian Car Museum and he had done a detailed cleaning of this car.

A 1960 Frontenac In The Canadian Car Museum

Ian sent me these pictures to let me know that this car does exist.  Apparently there are only approximately 15 Frontenac cars that still survive to the present date.

Rear View Of A Frontenac

It was very important for the Canadian Car Museum to display this car for Canada Day (July 1) and it did get a lot of attention.

Display Note On The Canadian car Museum Frontenac

For more information about the car that only existed for one year, I would recommend reading my January 25, 2018 post.  I appreciate getting this information from Ian and hopefully additional information about the Frontenac cars will emerge.

If you have any comments or questions about this post then leave a comment below or you can send me a private email message at the following address: shanna12 at comcast dot net

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1 Response to A Frontenac Helps Celebrate Canada Day

  1. automotorist says:

    If anyone wants a factory shop manual I know where to find one.

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