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Waterford, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Saturday October 9, 2021.

1968 Mercury Cougar.

I took in my second car show of the year with my younger brother Mike. I rode with Mike in his 1962 Ford Falcon because the weather looked rainy and I did not want to drive my oldies in the rain. The event in Waterford, Ontario, Canada was a major turn out even though the weather was not the best. Enjoy all the rides at this event. Cheers.

1958 Chevy BelAir.

1962 Ford Falcon. My brother Mikes pride and joy.

1970 Pontiac GTO.

1960's VW Bug club.

1959 Chevrolet Brookwood wagon.

1959 Chevrolet Brookwood wagon.

1957 Chevrolet BelAir sedan.

1966 Mercury Comet.

60's VW Bug.

1962 Ford Falcon that my younger brother Mike owns.

1962 Ford Falcon 144 inline six cylinder motor in my brother Mikes car. Dig those crazy exhaust headers.

1967 Pontiac Firebird. Also know as Fire Chicken.

Our 1867-1967 Canadian Confederation (100 years) plates here in Ontario. Looks sweet on any 1967 vehicle.

Ford Cobra Jet engine.

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle drag car.

Monster drag motor for 1967 Chevelle.

1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL.

Buick Grand National Turbo.

1972 Ford Maverick Grabber.

1953 Dodge Regent.

1962-1964 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa.

1966 Oldsmobile Delta.

Chevrolet small block in 32 Ford rod.

Pair of 1958 Chevrolet's.

1967 Chevrolet Vette and 30's Ford rod.

1960-1964 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa six motor.

1968 Buick.

Pair of 1958 Chevrolet's.

1974 Chevy Laguna SS.

1965 Oldsmobile Cutless.

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle drag car.

Not sure.

1970 Oldsmobile 442.

Early 30's Ford hot rod.

1946-1948 Pontiac.

1948-1953 Chevrolet pick up.

1971-1973 Chevrolet Vega.

1963 Chevrolet BelAir.

60's Mopar Muscle.

Small block Chevy power.

1954 Mercury.

1954 Mercury.

1964 Chevrolet Impala and 1965-1966 Mustang.

1960's VW Karmenn Ghia.

1962 Ford Falcon. My brother Mikes car.

A pair of 1965 Ford's.

1966 AMC Marlin.

1966 Dodge Coronet.

1953 Chevrolet BelAir. Custom.

1972 Chevrolet Luv pickup. Made in Japan and when GM really started slipping down that slippery slope.

1972 Chevy Luv. Made in Japan for Chevy. Shame shame shame.

1956 Chevrolet BelAir rag with original 235 six.

1956 Chevrolet BelAir rag with original 235 six.

1963 Cadillac.

1957 Pontiac. (American model).

1954 Chevrolet BelAir. Custom.

1954 Chevrolet BelAir. Custom.

1967 Beaumont. (Canadian model).

1965 Ford Country Squire wagon.

1957 Buick Century.

1959 Chevrolet Impala. Best car at the show.

1959 Chevrolet Impala. Best car at the meet.

1957 Pontiac Laurentian (Canadian Model).

1957 Pontiac Laurentian. (Canadian Model).

A wonderful long standing car club (1954), right here in southern Ontario.

1956 Ford Thunder Bird.

1955 Chevrolet BelAir rag.

1951 Mercury.

1958-1959 Chevrolet Panel Truck.

1958-1959 Chevrolet Panel Truck.

1953 Buick Special.

1953 Buick straight eight motor.

1966 Dodge Polara.

Motor for 1950-1951 Lincoln Cosmopolitan. (Flat head).

1950-1951 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.

1963 Cadillac.

1963 Cadillac.

1965 Pontiac (Canadian model).

1968-1970 Ford Econoline Van.

The "war winning" Jeeps.

1966-1968 Pontiac Tempest Over Head Cam six cylinder motor. Was also put into Firebirds from 1967-1968.

1960's VW Bugs.

1957 Ford.

1955 Buick Special.

1966 Chevrolet Chevy II.

1977 AMC Gremlin X.

GMC or Chevy Wrecker.

1968 Mercury Cougar die cast on the real deal.

1960-1963 Ford Falcon wagon.

1927-1931 Ford Model A.

1952 Ford.

1955 Buick Special.

1965 Ford Country Squire wagon.

1966 Chevrolet Chevelle 300.

1972 Ford Maverick Grabber.

32 Ford rod.

Buick Turbo and my scary image.

1960's Volkswagen bus.

1960's Volkswagen.

1957 Chev BelAir sedan.


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57timemachine on Oct 21, 2021 said:

I hope everyone enjoyed these pics as much as I enjoyed posting them. It was a great feeling to be out at a car show after the the Covid melt down freeze out. Cheers. George

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Mario on Oct 22, 2021 said:

So many nice cars turned out on a dismal day! Great pictures George! Good to see you were able to go to a second car show this year.

I like the 59 Chevy Wagon 2 tone, my Dad had one new when I was growing up. Not too many around in such good shape today.

I love the Baby Blue 54 Mercury 2 dr HT. That's a rare car not seen much. Looks like its in great shape.

The 56 2 tone Chevy convertible with the curb feelers is really sharp as is the 59 Chevy 2 dr Impala. Their condition is excellent.

And last but not least I like the white 56 T-Bird with opera window and the Continental Kit.

All Beauties! Thanks George, Cheers.

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ghpcnm on Oct 21, 2021 said:

Thumbs Up !!!

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ghpcnm on Oct 21, 2021 said:

I'm in love with that '57 Buick 4 Hole

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57timemachine on Oct 22, 2021 said:

I will take the 1959 Impala hardtop, that car was far sweeter than these pics could ever convey. My close second choice would be the 1956 Chev rag and I am not a fan of rags. I have spoken to the owner and I have thanked him for leaving the original 235 six in it and not shmucking in a V-8. Cheers.

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Anonymous on Oct 23, 2021 said:

So I see the Cammer it appears to be a '68? TEASER ;-)

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57timemachine on Oct 24, 2021 said:

The Pontiac cammer six banger was in a 1968 Firebird. I love in liners in general and this special engine is a masterpiece of machinery.

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57timemachine on Nov 19, 2021 said:

Just did an update. Cheers.

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azmusclecar on Feb 13, 2022 said:

I loved seeing this smorgasbord of collectible cars. Ala Carte

The choice between the American version and the Canadian version...of the 57 Pontiac. And I like to see some of the lower style versions of cars like the 58 BelAir. You see plenty of Impalas but very vew BelAir. That Pontiac OHC should please another member here besides me.... And of course the show needs a Beaumont..... And I see a swarm of VW Bugs were there. Okay, 2.

Looks like there was a plethora of eye candy for the attendees. I enjoyed it.....thanks George.

Do I need to get my hand stamped so I can get back in for free?

Thanks for the posts.......I made it a cars and coffee morning at my kitchen table.

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azmusclecar on Oct 24, 2022 said:

You know George, I've always loved the Mercury Cougars. My first wife had one. After kicking me to the curb after 18 years of marriage, I just can't find the love anywhere, anymore.

That's a double entendre, if you catch my drift.

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57timemachine on Oct 26, 2022 said:

Rob, my wife Mary of twenty years is two years older than me. Does that officially make her a cougar. Sometimes a cougar is a good thing. Cheers.

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azmusclecar on Oct 27, 2022 said:

Well George, I dated women that were older than me,and I learned a lot from them. But I married one that is 8 years younger than me, so I have someone to take care of me now that I'm old and decrepit.

HAHAHAHAHAHA oh gota go here she comes!!!!

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57timemachine on Oct 29, 2022 said:

Rob, keep towing that line, if you know what's good for you. Happy wife happy life. Your wife is eight years younger, how do you keep up with her. I can barely keep up with mine and she is two years older. It is no wonder they usually out live us. God bless everyone of them, except for the ones that kill us in our sleep. Cheers.

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