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Impact Slider Frame on an Unknown Autococker

A WGP Autococker customized by an unknown machinist with an Impact slider frame. This body came from Canada and uses a spyder detent under the plate on the side. I have not found any clues on who actually did the custom work on it.

Unknown Autococker with Impact slider frame.
Unknown Autococker with Impact slider frame.

The Impact frame can be traced back to a shop in Southern California and was purchased in a lot from Peter Salgado. Impact sliders and swing frames have popped up over the years. The Swings are rebranded Dye frames.

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