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Doug Wildrick, Owner
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WWildrick Restoration, LLC - 1459 E. 425 N. - Shelbyville, IN 46176     317-398-4163 -  drdoug96@comcast.net
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Jim Brown's '54 H. We removed the complete rear bumper assembly anticipating Jim's arrival with a complete new rear bumper assembly. There is a lot of pieces to one of these.Ralph and Denny assessing the rear bumper support brackets. These had some damage from a previous rear "butt" bump.
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Then there is the regular maintenence of person vehicle's. This is Falon's van that needed a drivers side power window motor. It was her B-Day Saturday, so I decided to get it done.I am obviously better with wrenches than with a camera!! What's up with the red eyes? 
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Putting a few final details on Jim Brown's '54 Hudson Hornet. I failed to get pictures of Jim standing with his car before they left for home on Friday. Thanks again, JimAnother picture of under the hood with Twin-H-Power
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Terri pictured here driving Anderson.Another new arrival at Wildrick Restoration. A '50 Pacemaker of Chris Reinman. His Dad, pictured, drove this car for more than 100,000 miles, all over the U.S.,and Mexico too!
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We recently met Jim Huber. He bought a '53 Hornet sd. from Jasper Kleinjay, in ND. He never knew we existed here in Shelbyville, IN. He also has another hobby of horses and we took a great evening ride thru Shelbyville, thanks again Jim !I decided to take our '51 Hudson Hornet for a cruise last week. It has been a long time coming. I have wanted to drive this car for several years. Tim Turner and I went to Carbondale,IL. and got this car 4.5 years ago. It was discovered that it was originally from Indianapolis, IN and belonged to HET club member Ed Lewis. It stills has the Naval Avionics sticker pass in the drivers side window. It was also owned by Larry Kennedy.