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

Saturday September 24, 2022.

I took in the annual Rockton, Ontario, Canada car show and swap meet that has been going on for many many years. I took my 57 Pontiac and enjoyed so many sweet time machines and good old car folks to talk to. I got there at 9:30 am and left at 2:00 pm. When I left so many oldies were still rolling in. Check out the rides. Cheers.

1957 Chev Bel Air.

1959 Fargo (Canadian version).

1951 Mercury (Canadian model).

1951 Ford.

1932 Ford rod.

1968 Chevelle SS.

1955 T Bird.

1961 Pontiac Catalina.

1961 Pontiac 389.

1960 Studebaker truck.

Three mid sixties Vettes.

Three mid sixties Vettes.

1969 Chev panel.

60's VW Bug.

Bug power.

1949 Chev.

1960's VW Bug.

1938 Chev.

1949 Mercury (Canadian model).

1955 Chev Bel Air.

1955 Chev Bel Air with after market kit.

1967 Vette.

1963 Chev Impala.

1954 Plymouth.

1967 Beaumont (Canadian model).

427 Chev torque monster.

1957 Chev.

1967 Beaumont (Canadian model).

1949-1951 Ford custom.

1947-1948 Chev.

1938 GMC.

Row of elderly pick ups.

Ingenious conversion of coil packs to a 60's Chev 250 six that is also turbo charged in a 1955 Chev.

1966 Beaumont (Canadian model).

1950 Olds.

1941 Willy's.

1962-1963 Falcon sedan delivery. Very very rare.

1965-1967 Corvair.

1965 Falcon Ranchero.

1969 Mustang.

1953 Chev custom.

1932 Ford rod.

1932 Ford rod flat head.

1962 Dodge.

Mopar leaning tower of power.

1955 Meteor (Canadian model).

British Morris.

1968 Chev Caprice.

1940 Ford.

One angry big block Chev.

1970 Buick GS being pulled by a 1970 Buick Skylark wagon.

1970 Buick pulling a 1970 Buick.

1955 Pontiac (Canadian model).

1928-1931 Ford Model A.

1937 Ford.

Sounds familiar.

1949 Ford panel.

1947-1948 Chev.

1947-1948 Chev.

1956 Caddy.

1968 AMC Javelin.

1969 Buick.

1969 Buick.

1962 Ford Galaxie.

1954 Chev Bel Air.

1963-1964 Chevy II.

1959 Chev Impala.

1962-1967 Ford Econoline.

1962-1967 Ford Econoline.

Pair of 1964 Ford Galaxie 500's.

1966 Acadian (Canadian model).

Truck monster.

Truck monster hauling rat rod.

1960 Olds 88.

Somebody's idea of AC. Bring on the ice, literally.

My 1957 Pontiac (Canadian model).

1956 Mercury.

1960 Chev Bel Air.

1971 Caddy.

1960 Pontiac Catalina and 1961 Pontiac Bonneville.

Two British MG's.

Two British MG's.

1965 GMC conversion.

1952 Chev.

1969 Chev.

My 1957 Pontiac (Canadian model).

273 Mopar.

1954 Meteor (Canadian model).

60's VW Bug.

1966 Plymouth Fury I.

1956 Ford.

60's British Mini.

1936 Packard.

1930-1931 Buick.

1969 Pontiac Fire Chicken.

1969 AMC AMX.

1951 Chev.

1949-1952 Chev custom.

1949-1952 Chev custom.

1965-1967 Ford Econoline.

Pair of 1964 Ford Galaxie 500's.

1959 Chev Impala.

1964 Buick Wild Cat.

Early 60's Nash Metropolitan.

Classy Metropolitan hood ornament.

1964 AMC Rambler.

1964 AMC power.

1962-1964 Chevy II gasser.

1962-1964 Chevy II gasser.

Ford Flat head power.

1960 Pontiac Catalina.

1969 Chev Biscayne.

1968 Buick.

30's rod.

1950 Chev.

1966-1967 GTO.

70'S VW Westfalia.

1967 T Bird.

VW Frankenbug.

I think it was called a Cogo from Japan in the 90's.

1966 Nova wagon.

1958-1959 GMC.

1963 Pontiac (Canadian model).

1961 Pontiac Bonneville.

???.

1934 Chev.

1968 Nova SS.

1965-1966 Mustang.

Glass top on a 1954 Meteor. (Canadian model).

80's Olds wagon.

Late sixties Volvo wagon.

1971 Pontiac Grand Prix.


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Comments

azmusclecar on Sep 27, 2022 said:

What a great collecton of cars. From mild to wild. Funny how our cars show so much of our individuality as far as modifying to keeping it stock.

Will your car show season soon be ending George? The ones in AZ are just coming into their own as far as being during the daytime.

I'll take the 67 Corvette with the redline tires and sidepipes.

By the looks of cars in the background, if you photographed them all, you'd still be there.

Do you know how mny entries there were?

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azmusclecar on Sep 27, 2022 said:

Oh I really like that coil pack conversion on that 250 inline 6 and the turbo. That took some ingenuity, and skill. Both of which I am in short supply of here. :-)

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Mario on Sep 27, 2022 said:

I agree with Rob a great show with so many different cars and trucks George. I see leaves falling already by you. We're still green on the trees here in NY.

The 59 Fargo is super cool, that caught my eye and I like the color combination.

The 3 67 Vettes are a nice staging and a beautiful 55 Chevy with Continental wheel is perfect!

The 53 Meteor Canadian is a rare find in really good condition and a 2 dr ht no less. Thank you for sharing all these pictures George! Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Sep 27, 2022 said:

Rob, the 55 Chev with the 250 six with coil packs and turbo was a real site to see. The owner lives in the same town as me in Milton, Ontario. There are car shows here in southern Ontario until the very end of October and I plan on going to all of them, weather permitting. I envy you guys in warmer climates with car shows all year long. Cheers.

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57timemachine on Sep 27, 2022 said:

Mario, the weather is changing real fast here in southern Ontario. I fear many of the shows that are left will be cold rained on but I am hoping for the best. In all seriousness here, I get actually depressed when the season is over. I am retired and I do not have enough to do now. My cars require nothing and I have no room to build another one. Cheers.

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azmusclecar on Sep 30, 2022 said:

I find 3 cars quite amusing George... The Cogo, did that rival the YUGO?

The British ealy 60s MINI.....

and the ????????

Of course the Amercian offering of a Nash Metropolitan makes me wonder......

how do people fit in these things???

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57timemachine on Sep 30, 2022 said:

Rob, you would be very surprised how roomy some of these tiny tot cars are. Unless a person is over six feet tall, these cars can accommodate the average person. The Cogo is a far far superior car to the pure trash Yugo. This little car was never offered in North America. The owners imported it from Japan. Cheers.

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oldkuma on Sep 30, 2022 said:

Pardon me while I pick 3 nits. check the hoods, side vents and back up lights on the Corvettes and get back to me. they appear to be 65 or 66. but there Corvettes what's not to love. I like the coil pack conv. on the 250 6. very creative. drive'em if you got them. LARRY

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57timemachine on Sep 30, 2022 said:

Larry, I stand to be corrected because I am no Vette expert by no means. Larry, if you are absolutely sure about this then I will make the corrections. Cheers.

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