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Rockton, Ontario, Canada Car Show and Swap Meet..

Saturday May 28, 2022.

1970 Buick wagons.

1958-1959 Chevrolet Apache pickup.

1955 Mercury.

Slant six Mopar motor in 1962 Dodge. The Mopar leaning tower of power.

1962 Dodge.

1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate wagon. My baby.

1965 Pontiac wagon (Canadian model).

1963 Mercury Comet wagon.

1963 Mercury Comet wagon.

1970 Chevrolet 350 V-8 in 1970 Chevrolet Impala.

1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate wagon. My baby.

1970 and 1971 Pontiac GTO's.

1964 Chevrolet Chevelle El Camino.

1960's VW Bug.

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air.

1962-1963 Ford Falcon sedan delivery.

Early Hemi in rod.

1958 Ford Ranchero.

1936 Ford coupe.

1957 Studebaker Scotsman.

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle 300.

1954 Mercury.

1950 Cadillac.

1934 Ford Fordor.

1971 and 1970 Pontiac GTO's.

1955 Chevrolet sedan delivery.

1956 Plymouth Plaza.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air.

1957 Studebaker Scotsman.

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle 300.

1940's British Ford.

1930's Ford pick up.

1955 Ford Victoria.

1932 Ford's (All real, no plastic clones).

1955 Chevrolet sedan delivery.

1960 Chevrolet Biscayne.

1954 Mercury.

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air.

1932 Fords (All real steel 32's).

1953 Chevrolet 210.

1932 Ford coupe (real one for a change).

1958 Chevrolet sedan delivery.

1967 Plymouth Satellite.

1940's International truck.

1958 Cadillac.

1950's Divco (Detroit Industrial Vehicle Company) commercial truck.

1956 Meteor (Canadian model).

1966 Plymouth Fury III.

1959 Pontiac Laurentian (Canadian model).

1959 Pontiac 261 inline six motor (Canadian model).

1959 Pontiac Laurentian (Canadian model).

1960-1961 Valiant.

1954 Plymouth Savoy.

1969 AMC AMX.

1955 Chevrolet 210 coupe.

1962-1966 Chevrolet pickup.

1955 Buick Special.

1960-1961 Studebaker pickup.

1948-1950 Ford panel truck.

1967 Beaumont 300. (Canadian model).

1950-1951 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.

1971 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser wagon.

British panel truck. Year ?

1932 Ford coupe. (Real one).

1956 Ford Crown Victoria.

1958 Chevrolet Delivery.

1947-1953 Chevrolet.

1967 Pontiac GTO.

1965 Pontiac (Canadian model).

1967 Dodge Monaco.

I took in the annual Rockton Ontario car show and swap meet that has been held for many years now. I took my 1974 Chev Caprice Estate wagon and enjoyed many fine vintage vehicles. Enjoy the rides. Cheers.

1956 Chevrolet 210.

1967 Pontiac Tempest.

30's Ford rod.

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS.


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Comments

Mario on Jun 27, 2022 said:

Hi George, glad to see you made it to a car show this year.

It's been a long winter and I'm happy to see the old cars back.

Looks like you had a nice turnout and lots of great looking cars.

I had my first car show in Oyster Bay end of May this year also. I posted pictures June 2nd in case you missed it. Cheers!

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57timemachine on Jun 27, 2022 said:

Mario, it feels great to have most of the events back. I have now gone to five outdoor car shows and there are many more to come. Right up to early October, there are numerous car events every weekend and also cruise nights during the week. Cheers.

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azmusclecar on Oct 25, 2022 said:

I love that Divco George. I could haul a lot of seniors around town in that. Shopping, Bible Study, Casino, Eateries, no one would even know it's a bus.

George, that first pic with the 2 Buick Wagons, were they GS wagons? I see the hood scoops. I'm not well versed on if you could even get a GS wagon.

If you don't know I'll see what Google has to say on it.

Thanks Rob

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57timemachine on Oct 26, 2022 said:

Rob, GS wagons were never a standard offer. People make up this stuff, which is cool but not real. I have seen countless Chevelle SS wagons as well but not real. Cheers.

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azmusclecar on Oct 27, 2022 said:

Thanks for the reply George. I'm guilty of not being able to afford the top menu choices like Yenkos and COPOs and the such, and so the life of tribute cars was born. I appreciate an owner's honesty when they call it what it is, a tribute.

Owners that swear up and down their car is an original blah blah blah, and the evidence proves it's a clone, I think that owner is very misinformed or just downright aperson you wouldn't want to take any advice from.

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