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Old 05-02-2019, 12:18 AM
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Does anyone have any information or know of a way to contact a company called Wild Ride Factory? I believe they are makers of glass car bodies or maybe they assemble glass body cars. The only pic I have is of a decal on a firewall.
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Does anyone have any information or know of a way to contact a company called Wild Ride Factory? I believe they are makers of glass car bodies or maybe they assemble glass body cars. The only pic I have is of a decal on a firewall.
Your sticker says "Wild Rod", not Wild Ride, and it appears to have a (partially hidden) web address and phone number?

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WILD ROD FACTORY - St jean de la lande de beauc, Quebec

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They may be defunct, that link states "WILD ROD FACTORY in St jean de la lande de beauc is a company that specializes in Mineral Wool. Our records show it was established in Quebec." Doesn't sound like anything to do with cars unless it's a sticker for sound/heat matting.

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There is still someone who makes fiberglass bodies?

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Your sticker says "Wild Rod", not Wild Ride, and it appears to have a (partially hidden) web address and phone number?

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Dang...you are absolutely correct..Wild ROD. There is a web site for Wild Rod Factory but it appears it has been mostly taken down. All the info is missing. But it appears it was a company in Canada that produced glass 37 fords. Thanks to all for helping.
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