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Stoffville, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Saturday September 10, 2022.

1955 GMC with standard Pontiac V-8. When a Hydramatic automatic was ordered, you got the big Pontiac V-8.

I took in the annual Stouffvile car show on my own with my 1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate wagon. Many amazing cars and many encounters with some really great old car folks. After all it is the people not just the cars that make this old car hobby the best hobby in the world. Check out the rides. Cheers.

69-71 Chev.

70's Toy.

1955 Buick.

1958-1959 Chev.

70's Dodge van.

Come on in.

1955 T Bird.

1955 Pontiac V-8 that was put in GMC trucks when a Hydramatic automatic was ordered.

1955 GMC. I was all over this amazing beauty.

1955 GMC.

Proof.

My baby a 74 Chev Caprice Estate wagon that my pop bought new in May 74.

55 Chev gasser. A four door sedan that was changed to a two door. Why why why?????????.

55 Chev gasser. A four door sedan that was changed to a two door. Why why why.

60's MG.

60'S MG.

60's MG.

1956 Ford Niagara (Canadian model).

1956 Ford six.

1956 Ford six.

1938 Chev.

1955 GMC.

60'S Mini.

69 AMC AMX.

69 AMC AMX.

60'S VW.

60's VW.

65 AMC.

65 Buick Rivvy.

Yes it is a Hemi.

56 Ford.

61 Vette.

A pair of the best generation of Vette.

1955 Ford.

396 Chev in a 66 Chev Caprice.

1966 Chev Caprice.

My baby a 74 Chev Caprice Estate wagon. Dad bought it in May 1974.

65 426 Max Wedge monster. Many times a Hemi beater.

65 Plymouth wagon.

65-66 Caddy.

1950 Chev Bel Air.

Old Hemi.

Old Hemi in a new rat rod.

59 Chev wagon.

55 Chev.

My 74 Chev Caprice Estate.

Mopar wagon.

Ford V-8 with skull power.

1955 Meteor. (Canadian model).

1955 Ford.

1957 Ford.

60's VW Bug.

1953 Packard.

1953 Packard straight eight.

1953 Packard.

1968 Chevelle.

65 Vette.

1970 Chevelle

1969 Beaumont (Canadian model).

1957 Ford.

1932 Ford Custom.

396 Chev big block.

1938 Chev.

1938 Chev.

65 Vette with fuel.

327 Fuel Chev in a 65 Vette.

Tractor puller. The sound from this beast would awake the dead.

Sadly our leader.

1966 Chev Caprice.

78-79 Chev.

75-76 Olds.

1978 TA's.

66-67 GTO.

Tractor puller.

Pontiac power.

59 Chev wagon.

1957 Chev 150.

235 Chev six in a 57 Chev 150.

235 Chev six in a 57 Chev.

1965 Valiant.

1973 ? Buick Riviera.

1969 AMC AMX.

1969 Dodge.

1969 Buick GS.

1968 Chevelle.

1970 Chevelle with the old trusty 250 six.

1968 AMC Javelin.

1969 El Camino.

Rat Rod with Ford power.

Chev big block power.


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Comments

Mario on Sep 16, 2022 said:

Wow so many nice cars George! I like the 55 Buick Maroon and Black, Your 74 Caprice Wagon, the green 56 Canadian Ford, the 55 Crown Vic red/wht Ford, the red GTO tri power convt and especially the 57 blue and wht Ford. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!

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azmusclecar on Sep 17, 2022 said:

So many great cars and so few $$$$'s in my account.

Those Max Wedges just make the hair stand up on the back of my neck. As a kid I used to build models and one of the first was of the Ramchargers.

That 69 AMC AMX sure gets my attention, I want to stand up and solute. Those were the poor man's Corvette. That and the Opal GTs built in the 70s.

Great photos George. I used to use my digital camera at car shows until I got a cellphone. Sadly I downgraded to Consumer Cellular and they give you a $100 cellphone which has a 50 cents camera.

I may need to dig the old digital camera out and buy a new sim card and go back to my old skills. My latest photos at a car show are not the greatest.

Well done George..well done.

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57timemachine on Sep 20, 2022 said:

I like to show case a number of different cars. Something for every one, so to speak. When it comes to vintage cars, I would never want to be a dictator . I love most cars, regardless of who makes them. Try to please the masses, when you can. Cheers.

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