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Hagersville, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Saturday September 3, 2022.

1958 Pontiac Bonneville with Tri Power.

1958 Pontiac 370 Tri Power.

1958 Studebaker Commander.

1964 Pontiac (Canadian model).

Buick Wild Cat motor in a 1965 GS.

My brother Mikes 1964 Ford Econoline.

1949 Desoto.

1950 Chev.

My 1957 Pontiac (Canadian model).

400 Chev V-8 but I forget the car it was in.

1968 Chevelle El Camino.

1950 Chev.

1950 Chev 216 in line six.

1962 T Bird.

1939 Chev rod.

Mopar muscle in a 1969 R/T.

1967 Fire Chicken.

1951 Chev sedan delivery. A very rare Chev indeed.

1950-1951 Chev.

1968 Dodge Dart 340.

1962 Oldsmobile F-85. With aluminum V-8.Rare rare rare.

1962 Aluminum Olds F-85 V-8. 185 H.P. in a small light car moved out. Rare rare rare.

1958 Chev 348 big block.

1966 Chev pick up.

1967 396 in a Beaumont (Canadian model).

1967 Beaumont SD 396 (Canadian model).

1957 Ford.

1965 Pontiac (Canadian model).

1979 Chev Caprice.

1965 Beaumont wagon (Canadian model).

1966 Chevelle wagon and 1965 Beaumont wagon.

1966 Dodge Coronet.

1956 Ford Sunliner.

1955 Chev.

1969 Beaumont (Canadian model).

1960 Vauxhall Envoy. GM British car. They sold many of these in Canada because we were and are a part of the Commonwealth.

289 in a 65 Falcon.

1965 Falcon.

My brother Mikes 1964 Ford Econoline and my 1957 Pontiac.

Pontiac 400 muscle in a GTO.

1947-1948 Plymouth.

1952 Chev.

1951 Ford.

1957 Chev.

1966-1967 GTO.

389 Pontiac Tri Power in GTO.

1957 Ford Monster.

1957 Ford Torque Monster.

1956 Pontiac Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

1956 Pontiac Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

The Canadian version of the hit TV show Munsters coach. Not an exact match but A for effort.

The friendly Frankenstein monster in the Munsters.

Another view of the Canuk version of the Munsters coach.

1955 Chev dump truck.

1955 235 or 261 Chev in line six in dump truck.

1956 T Bird.

1956 Mercury.

1956 Chev.

Ford Y block in a 1956 Ford.

VW flat four in a Karman Ghia.

1937 Pontiac.

Information on the 37.

1970 Mercury Cyclone GT.

1966-1967 GTO.

My brother Mike and I took in this annual Hagersville, Ontario car show and loved every minute of it. An amazing variety of vintage cars and a real joy talking to some good old car folks. The old car season is almost over, so we are taking in everything that we can while we can. Cheers.

1958 Chev custom.

1966 Chevelle wagon.

1966 Mustang.

1971-1972 Pontiac Safari wagon.

Ford 300 in line six. The best Ford inline six ever built.

1969 GTO Judge.

1967 Chrysler Imperial.

1965 Falcon.

260 V-8 in 65 Falcon.

70's AMC Gremlin X.

1956 Mercury. My favorite Merc.

1954 Chev 235 six.


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Mario on Sep 4, 2022 said:

Great show you went to George and so many really nice cars! A large variety of cars from many different decades.

Of course my favorites are the Fifties cars because of their color combos and the start of the big engines, horsepower and styling.

The 55 Chevy convertible is a top pick for me. The birth of the Chevy small block V8 which will be around forever. Love the colors on it.

Then the 56 Ford convertible with a very unique two tone color combo. I'm partial to the 56 Ford styling, it's a classic to me and not many around.

I have to add the 57 Chevy also, the icon of all time! What a beautiful 2 dr ht in baby blue and white. Love the skirts and wide whitewalls.

My job on Saturdays was to brillo my Dad's wide whitewalls on various cars he had. But I really enjoyed the job.

Your brother Mike's 64 Ford Van is looking good as well as your prize 57 Pontiac. Great pictures George, glad you shared with us. Cheers, Mario

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azmusclecar on Sep 4, 2022 said:

I was looking for an autorama smorgasbord and thank you George you delivered. Some nice things on the menu. All sorts of manufacturers, and I see you added a few Canadian delicacies.

Still a bit too toasty here in AZ for the day shows but our season is coming into it's own soon.

Well done George, well done.

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57timemachine on Sep 4, 2022 said:

I appreciate the kind words gents. That day was close to being the hottest day of the year and the very next day was the complete opposite. Two major extremes in temp and it really pains me to say that it is close to being all over. So my word of advise is to get out there and enjoy all that is left. I am taking in ever car show on every weekend until it is over. I will be kicking and screaming when it is over and I find it too sad just to think about it. I envy you folks in the very south for all year round old car weather. Cheers.

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