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1959-1960 Frontenac Sedan


Presentation: ?

Total Production: 8 811

Design: ?

Class: Sedan — Origin: CA

Predecessor: ?

Successor: Comet Sedan

Other bodystyles: 2-dr Sedan, Frontenac Station Wagon

Other models: ?

Similar cars: ?

Made for:

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Made in: Oakville, Ontario CA

Informations provided by : JFK



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1959-1960 Frontenac Sedan

1959-1960 Frontenac Sedan

Technical Data


Petrol
Frontenac Six 90hp / 66kW 3MT Rear Wheel Drive 1959-1960
Frontenac Six 90hp / 66kW 2AT Rear Wheel Drive 1959-1960

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Desscythe17 NL (11252)

2015-12-07 23:04

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Should be 59-60. Canada uses model years, just like the US.

Desscythe17 NL (11252)

2015-12-07 23:09

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By the way, when adding a production location for a former colonial country, please add state as well. There might be multiple Oakvilles in Canada.

JFK CZ (571)

2015-12-07 23:16

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All things done.
If you are good in matching colors to their names, ou can try connect colors from this pic to names here. For some strange reason I cant put red here (maybe because it isnt on a car or badly sized in photoshop), but the rest is quite hard for me, with tons of adjectives that I dont know what they mean.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-07 23:20:28

Desscythe17 NL (11252)

2015-12-08 00:12

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JFK wrote All things done.
If you are good in matching colors to their names, ou can try connect colors from this pic to names here. For some strange reason I cant put red here (maybe because it isnt on a car or badly sized in photoshop), but the rest is quite hard for me, with tons of adjectives that I dont know what they mean.

I don't think that brochure will help you, as the colors look faded (in the names, you added 2 blue colors, yet the brochure doesn't show a blue color).

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