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Cayuga, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Monday October 10, 2022.

I took in the annual Cayuga, Ontario, Canada car show with my 57 Pontiac and my brother Mike with his 62 Falcon. This annual Thanksgiving Day show has been going on for over twenty years at this historical Estate property. The family of the estate gave it over to the region in the 1970's and it is a historical site. Many sweet vintage cars and die hard gear heads. Check out the rides. Cheers.

Divco (Detroit Industrial Vehicle Company). Not sure of year.

Just a small part of this historical site.

1966 Chrysler wagon.

1961 Mercury Comet.

1950 Nash.

My 57 Pontiac and my brother Mike's 62 Falcon.

Pair of 1962 Lincolns.

1966 Dodge Coronet.

1966 Dodge Coronet.

413 Max Wedge.

1967 Pontiac Tempest wagon.

1956 Chev 210 wagon.

1967 Plymouth.

Somebody's girl friend was handing out candy. This chick needs more makeup.

1964 Plymouth.

1959 Meteor (Canadian model).

1959 Chev wagon.

1965 Imperial.

1965 Imperial.

1955 Ford wagon.

1957 Ford 312.

1957 Ford.

1963 Studebaker Avanti.

1963 Buick Riveira.

1953 Chev Bel Air.

1962 Ford 144 six with very rare factory AC.

1956 Chev Bel Air.

1971 AMC Gremlin X.

At least the guy is honest.

1965 Plymouth wagon.

Just us guys being dogs again.

1965 Studebaker Lark wagon. (Canadian built model).

1965 Studebaker Lark wagon.

1965 Studebaker Lark 283 V-8. Canadian model and yes that is a Chevrolet 283 V-8.

1966 Chevelle 300 Deluxe.

1966 Chev 327.

1958-1959 Chev Apache.

1955 and 1957 T Birds.

Old timer Ford and Chev pickups.

Self titled.

1947 Plymouth.

1957 Olds 88.

Late 40's Chev wrecker.

1947 Pontiac.

1966 Acadian Invader. (Canadian model).

1966 Acadian Invader. (Canadian model).

1929 Morris. (British model).

The info.

1955 Chev 210. My only advise to this fellow is to paint the car now.

This boney fella should get off his crash diet.

1958 Studebaker Commander.

1958 Packard. The very last year for the Packard. Well sort of a Packard, mostly a Studepackard.

1958 Studebaker Commander.

Early 50's Chev 216 six.

1959 Olds 88.

1955 Ford.

Late 40's Ford six.

Kit car.


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azmusclecar on Oct 12, 2022 said:

Well George, my heart skipped a beat when I saw that first photo of that bread/milk truck. I was a coruier for FedEx for more years than I care to recall and I delivered out of a bread/milk truck for a lot of those years. I wouldv'e customized mine like that but FedEx management frowned upon that.

That 413 Max Wedge is hard NOT TO LIKE!! :-)

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azmusclecar on Oct 13, 2022 said:

Oh, my film noir hobby reminds me, that 1950 Nash was featured in a movie called "Cry Danger" with Dick Powell and Rhonda Fleming. The car reminds me of a bathtub. Never thought I'd see fender skirts on the front wheel openings. Different flavors for different people.

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Mario on Oct 13, 2022 said:

Really nice car show George with again some very unique entrants. The 53 Chevy Bel Air 2 dr ht is very clean and I love the color combo. I also like the 59 Olds convertible, again clean and nice color combo.

Looks like cold weather up there with many wearing their coats. Hopefully there will be more car shows for you to report on this year. Very entertaining. Cheers!

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57timemachine on Oct 13, 2022 said:

Mario, after this event there are two more events on the last two weekends in October. After that there are a number of indoor automotive swap meets and that is about it until April of next year. It is too sad to think about. If I had the room, I would like to build another car. It would help keep me from going bonkers over the winter.

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Mario on Oct 14, 2022 said:

I hope you can make the last two shows George and send us pictures. We're pretty much shut down here no more car shows until next year. AT least you have some swap meets and of course you have us gear heads on this great website to talk with. I'll keep posting pages and you do the same so we don't go bonkers! Cheers!

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