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Owner: Peter Principe |
peterprincipe@rogers.com

1957 Turnpike Cruiser 2-door hardtop coupe
368 cu in (6.0 L) Y-Block V8

Date Purchased: October 28, 2015
Location: Canada
Colors: Classic White, Pacific Blue Metallic

Status: Running

Customizations: Chrome muffler tips – Front seat belts

Awards: Numerous
For Sale? Yes
History/Owner’s Notes:

*********CAR IS FOR SALE*****************
BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION
SEE IT ON eBay – Ad #232944716074

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Owner: Rod Rosenfelt |
rodsprojectcars@shaw.ca

1958 Turnpike Cruiser 2-door hardtop coupe
430 cu in (7.0 L) Marauder V8

Date Purchased: September 1, 2018
Location: Canada
Colors: Tuxedo Black
VIN: K8ZDJ24143
Status: Running
Special Features: Bumper Skirts
Customizations: Electric fuel pump, underdash stereo
To-Do List: Nothing

For Sale? Yes
History/Owner’s Notes:

This car was owned by the same owner for thirty years. It went through a complete restoration and then was sold reluctantly due to health. This is a very nice driving car with less than eight thousand miles on the five year old restoration.

Owner: Mark Forzano |

1957 Turnpike Cruiser 4-door hardtop sedan
368 cu in (6.0 L) Y-Block V8

Date Purchased:
Location: Texas, United States
Colors: Tuxedo Black

Status: Running

For Sale?

“Emile’s Mercury”

Owner: Paul Bowman |

1957 Turnpike Cruiser 2-door hardtop coupe
368 cu in (6.0 L) Y-Block V8

Date Purchased: April 6, 2018
Location: New Mexico, United States
Colors: Tuxedo Black
VIN: 5ywa37704m
Status: Not Running

To-Do List: Put it back together and get it running.

For Sale? No
History/Owner’s Notes:

Inherited from my Father-in-Law. Sat in his garage since 1983. He replaced many parts but I don’t think he ever drove it in all those years.

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Owner: Jim Kuenzie |
jkuenzie@comcast.net

1957 Turnpike Cruiser 4-door hardtop sedan
368 cu in (6.0 L) Y-Block V8

Date Purchased: August 1, 2008
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Colors: Classic White, Fiesta Red

Status: Running
Special Features: Continental Kit, Bumper Skirts
Customizations: Spinner wheel covers
To-Do List: Detail engine and compartment, replace headliner, get tachometer operational, get average speed computer operational, replace vinyl dashboard cover.

For Sale? Yes
History/Owner’s Notes:

Made in Los Angeles, spent most of its life in SW US, then found a home in Utah until I bought it. Very solid body and frame. PLEASE HELP —- where does the average speed computer cable connect to?? The cable that was in the parts box is about 15″ long. Reply to jkuenzie@comcast.net