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Edelman Family


Don Edelman bought his 63 Falcon in 1984 and he started in the parts business at G&C Bearing in about 1985, I met Don about 30 years ago when he was a journeyman parts man at the Fedosa’s Medicine Hat Machine Works and I was a customer. For a while I basically spent everything I earned in that store buying parts for my 72 Chevelle. At the time Don was a dedicated drag racer and although his Falcon, which was nicknamed “The Rock” was a good solid car, it was looking a bit faded and rough.


Don and I ended up making a deal where I would paint the Falcon and he would provide some help. This was the first rotisserie job I did and way back then doing a car on a rotisserie was a very big deal. By the time it was over the entire car had been coated in Ford’s Raspberry Red. We painted every square inch of the car, under the hood, in the


14 VINTAGE VEHICLES | 2019


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