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Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Saturday July 23, 2022.

I took in the annual Waterloo, Ontario Car show with my 1957 Pontiac and my younger brother Mike with his 1964 Ford Econoline. Really enjoyed meeting some good folks and some good cars. Check out the rides. Cheers.

My brother Mikes 64 Ford Econoline and my 57 Pontiac.

1957 Buick.

1956 Mercury owned by a really sweet lady called Mercury Mary. Mike and I loved talking to her.

1968 Buick.

My baby brother Mikes 1964 Ford Econoline.

1955 Ford truck.

1928 Chevrolet. The last Chevy four banger before the very important in line six Chevy that came out in 1929.

1950 Ford. The car that saved Ford from going belly up. Well that and the 1949, more so the 49.

1957 Chev Bel Air four door hardtop.

1959 Ford Galaxie 500.

1970 Buick GS Stage 1.

1950 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.

1955 Monarch. Canadian model.

1957 Buick and 1951 Buick. Father (1957) and son (1951) team of Buick lovers that Mike and I fully enjoyed talking to. Some really great folks.

1959 Ford retractable.

The Crown Victoria 54 55 56 club was there in full force.

1956 Ford Victoria.

1968 Dodge.

1950's Mack.

1954 Ford wagon. This rare and amazing car was PERFECT.

1951 Buick in line eight in a 1951 Buick. The owner adapted a four barrel carb to it of vintage.

1974 AMC Javelin.

1968 Chevelle SS.

1951 Chevrolet sedan delivery. Rare, rare, rare.

1946-1948 Mercury.

406 Ford tri power torque monster.

1966 AMC Marlin.

1955 Ford Sunliner.

Buick V-6 in a Jap car.

1964 Ford Galaxie.

My baby brothers 1964 Ford Econoline and my 1957 Pontiac Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

1968 Chevelle SS.

1951 Buick.

Motor out of the British Triumph sports car.

British Triumph sports car.

Celica with a Buick V-6.

1946-1948 Mercury.

1979 Pontiac TA.

1965 Mercury Comet.

1965 Ford Ranchero.

1956 Ford Victoria.

1967 Plymouth Baracuda.

1956 Ford.

1956 Ford Crown Victoria.


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Mario on Aug 6, 2022 said:

Nice cars George and your 57 Pontiac is looking good. Your brother's van is coming along nicely. Lots of work done on it already.

I see a lot of Fords at the show and I like the "Bumble Bee" 55 Ford convertible you posted. Unusual 2 tone that I haven't seen for a while. Good car show. Cheers! Mario

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azmusclecar on Aug 6, 2022 said:

I can see where the Canadian economy money goes, to collector cars.......I APPROVE. Some very nice rare ones. OH the AMC Marlin that very few dangled their hooks to catch when they came out. I forgot about the old Buicks with the hoods that tilted to the side. I think my grandfather had one...maybe a 49 or 51?

I'm a GM guy George but I could drool over those Fords and Mercurys just as well.

Well done.......well done indeed

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57timemachine on Aug 6, 2022 said:

Mario and Rob thank you for your decent and kind words. This event was held by the Ontario Ford Galaxie club but it was open to all cars. Hence why there are so many Fords there. These photos only represent a very small portion of the cars there and many were some amazing Ford cars. Including some very rare Canadian versions like the Meteor. Cheers.

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azmusclecar on Aug 18, 2022 said:

I'll have one Ford Skyliner to go please, in Yellow and Black.

I just love the color pallet from our generations.

My Aunt thought her 1970 Caprice would look good in yellow, with a light green vinyl top, and dark green interior.

She was wrong, and sadly, very wrong.

Did you ever see the Exorcist where the girl throws up in the movie???? Yepp, that color.

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azmusclecar on Aug 18, 2022 said:

Sorry I will correct myself.

SUNLINER.not Skyliner.

I will be in my room in a corner thinking about what I did.

My bad.

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57timemachine on Aug 20, 2022 said:

Rob, that is ok because we all forgive you and there will be no need for any dunce cap. Cheers.

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Mario on Aug 23, 2022 said:

I will always remember those words when I was young: "GO to your room, and don't come out until we call you!!!"

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azmusclecar on Sep 6, 2022 said:

I liked the ones:

DO YOU WANT ME TO GIVE YOU SOMETHING TO CRY ABOUT??

Uhhhh no thanks, I have enough... WHACK!!

Why did they ask us questions, they didn't want answered?? I grew up learning what rhetorical meant REAL FAST.

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Mario on Sep 6, 2022 said:

That's true. I was taught to always answer grown ups when they ask you a question and fell into their trap by getting whacked for answering!

I was a very confused kid!

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