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Taking 'Cool Blue' for a spin

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Cloverdale's Harold Wellenbrink and his 1952 Meteor Custom convertible 'Cool Blue' Cruiser.
— image credit: Jennifer Lang photo

Cloverdale’s Harold Wellenbrink was bombing around in his 1952 Meteor Custom cruiser convertible, ‘Cool Blue,’ during Rodeo Week, when he stopped by our office.

He lovingly restored the classic car. He’s a member of the Vancouver Motorsport Pioneers Society who’s spent 60 years restoring cars and related memorabilia, including building a replica shell Oil Station in his back yard.

Look for him at upcoming car shows this summer.



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