The Cars of Jean-Claude and Lucille Marcoux
Of Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC

One of the many antique cars that they owned over the years
A 1930 Model A Ford Rumble Seat Coupe


Here are some pics of a beautiful story...Our son Bertrand has been in love with the '67 Toronado we owned when he was 7 and he HAD to possess a "clone" of it. In 2006, he found one in Long Island, NY, that was much like ours except ours had a vinyl top. We traveled with a trailer to bring it to Québec and spent 4 mos renovating it back to (near) perfection. Now that our 1960 Super 88 has found a new home in Melbourne, Australia, we will share the Toronado with our son from now on...
so we can pursue our adventures in the hobby we love... at least to our 90s, God willing !

Photo shoot of Jean-Claude's Toro, new in 1967
JC & Toro with an Expo '67 pavillion in the back ground
JC at Expo '67 Marina on his way to his boat 
 Bertrand in his dad's dream car at 7
Bertrand in his own dream car 40 years later
Father and son in 1968
Father and son 40 years later. 
The previous four pictures were taken at the same spot four decades apart.
 Bertrand showing off at a recent car show

The following pictures show the other cars that Jean-Claude and Lucille
have owned over the years.


1929 Chrysler and daughter Claude (1979)
1929 Chrysler restored - Lucille did not like a car that old...
1930 Model A Ford Rumble Seat Coupe - kids loved riding the rumble seat
1930 Model A Ford Rumble Seat Coupe - an uncle pilot had one in 1930
DODGE 1940 - the ideal family car and taxi
1940 DODGE - Note the old fuel dispenser behind Lucille
1947 Mercury - for $50 minus first and reverse gears.
A used one was bought for $60 and installed by a cousin mechanic for free.
1947 Mercury restored
 1952 Chevrolet - reminding us of our first car, a 1951 Styleline
1951 Chevrolet Styleline,  Jean-Claude's first car, 1956
1952 Chevrolet - 1rst owner had it for 27 years. Second for 22 years. Nice car!
1952 Hudson Hornet
 A four door version of "Doc Hudson" in the first movie "CARS"...*
1952 Hudson Hornet - winning races in it's time
1952 Hudson Hornet - and Normandy fame Douglas C47 (DC3)
 1953 Kaiser Manhattan and 1954 Beech 18
1953 Kaiser Manhattan - ready to travel
1953 Kaiser Manhattan - fashion lady Lucille
1954 Nash Ambassador - designed by italian Pinin Farina, Milano, Italia
1954 Nash Ambassador - beautiful all around (car & gal)
1954 Nash Ambassador - at Chambly Concours d'Elegance 2012
1955 Ford Sunliner - just like our honeymoon car in 1957
September 21, 1957 : Jean-Claude and Lucille in their borrowed 1955 Ford Sunliner en route to their Florida honeymoon.
1955 Ford Sunliner - so much younger in 1957
1955 Ford Sunliner - dressed to kill
1955 Ford Sunliner - trophy winner again
1955 Ford Sunliner - wedding car
1955 Ford Sunliner - back view
1955 Ford Sunliner - 8 beauties and one happy driver
1956 Hudson Hornet - in front of the English Tudor Style, Rouville-Campbell Manor in Mt-St-Hilaire, Qc
1956 Hudson Hornet - rare car indeed
1956 Hudson Hornet rear view, equipped with a V8 Packard engine and transmission
1956 Hudson Hornet - lots of chrome indeed
1961 Ford Thunderbird - powerful car & powerful gal
1961 Ford Thunderbird - back view but facing our village of Mt-St-Hilaire & Richelieu river
1961 Ford Thunderbird - could convert to a 2 place only
1961 Ford Thunderbird 


This rare 1960 Oldsmobile Super 88 convertible - much like the 1960 Indianapolis 500 mile race Pace Car- was acquired in September 2014 from a Brantford, Ontario, couple who owned it for more than 25 years. The 4200 lbs -and more than 18 feet- ragtop was equiped with a 394 CI & 325 HP high compression 8 cylinder engine, a 4 speed Jetaway Hydramatic Drive transmission, power steering, power brakes, power windows, and (AM) radio. The "Merry" Oldsmobile has been sold and reached it's new owners in Melbourne, Australia, just before the 2017-2018 holidays. 

The 1967 Oldsmobile Super 88
A very beautiful dash
Loved driving the beautiful "beast" !
Let's go for a ride. please !
8 cyl. Rocket engine, 394 cid - 325 hp @ 4600 rpm
A clone of the 1960 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car
 The start of the race...(We were there !)
 Dressed up as the real thing !


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All you Kaiser lovers would like to have one of these. Watch it being made.
Eric Gordon's 1954 Kaiser
Convertible Convertion

Eric Gordon's Kaiser Rebuild
There are many pictures showing the details
of this Rebuild


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