Canada’s Premier Custom Shop Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Special Vancouver International Auto Show Display
Vancouver, BC – Canada’s most respected custom car shop, 360 Fabrication in Abbotsford, will feature a special display as part of Western Canada’s premiere automotive event, the Vancouver International Auto Show. 360 will showcase an “in progress” the display of one of the country’s most anticipated restorations for 2016 – a rare 1932 Desoto that is being completely modified including stretching and widening and other extreme metal work and design for a high profile Calgary auto enthusiast.
“The extreme nature of this build is creating excitement across North America, and we’re very proud to be working on such a exciting project, especially in our 10th anniversary year,” says 360 Fabrication President Rick Francoeur.
“We’ve had the car largely secured from public viewing during this build given the intellectual property around the artistic nature of the design, but given the number of people who have expressed an interest in seeing the vehicle, the owner has agreed to a very special “under construction” viewing only at the Vancouver International Auto show. This car will travel the international show circuit once done, but to be able to unveil it in full metal, in progress is very exciting.” The rebuilt Desoto will also feature a LS9 ZR1 motor.
Other elements of the 360 10th anniversary display will include a rare, fully restored 1967 T5 Mustang and a special Focal Auto Display with special anniversary pricing for those looking for things such as a state of the art stealth sound system for their exotic or vintage vehicle.
About the Vancouver International Auto Show
The Vancouver International Auto Show is owned and operated by the New Car Dealers Association of BC (www.newcardealers.ca). It is British Columbia’s new model showcase for the Canadian automotive industry and represents over 30 distinct brands from the world’s leading manufacturers.
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