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1955 Ford climbs to the top with $23,100 at Currie
By Nancy Kelly BIG RAPIDS, Mich. — Custom classic cars have always been a passion for Phil Noder. His enthusiasm and restoration skills won him several awards for his automobiles over the years, including regional and national championships. When he and his wife decided to sell their Big Rapids home and move to a warmer climate Phillip Currie of Currie Auction Service was given the task of dispersing their treasures.