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Waterford, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Sunday October 16, 2022.

I took in the annual Waterford, Ontario, Canada car show with my 57 Pontiac. The event is always one of the biggest car shows of the year here in southern Ontario and this year was no exception. The whole day was perfect with amazing weather all day long, great fall drive there and back, excellent oldies music played all day and an amazing amount of sweet time machines. I got there at 10:00 am and I was car number 996. By the end of the day there was over 1400 cars. There was no more room for cars and by 12:30 pm they were turning cars away. This is the second last car show of the year, so there was no way I was going to miss it. Check out the rides. Cheers.

1955 Cadillac.

1955 Cadillac.

1948 Ford.

Midget racer with motor cycle engine.

1955 Studebaker truck.

1971 AMC Gremlin X.

1948 Willys Jeep.

1948 Willys Jeep.

Falcons row. 1963, 1965 and 1962.

1968 Chev Caprice.

1987 Chev van.

1951 Ford.

1969 Dodge Super Bee.

1969 Dodge Super Bee.

390 Ford V-8 in a 1962 T Bird.

1966 Dodge Coronet.

1964 Mini wagon. Rare.

1964 Mini. One guy can lift this engine.

1962 Chev Impala sedan.

1957 Plymouth Savoy.

1957 Plymouth Savoy.

1971 Ford Pinto. Just do not rear end this car.

Turbo charged Chev big block muscle.

1941 Willys Americar.

Mopar muscle.

1965 Buick Skylark wagon.

1969 Beaumont (Canadian model).

1969 VW Westfalia.

1979 T Bird.

1950 Chev.

350 Chev V-8 in a 1970 Nova.

1970 Chev Nova. Brings back memories of the one I had from 1979-1980.

1963 Ford Galaxie 500.

1953 Chev 210.

Ford Cobra Jet muscle.

60's Volvo.

1969 Dodge Super Bee.

1969 Dodge 440 six pack muscle.

1963 Ford Fairlane.

30's Ford rod.

1939 Ford woody.

60's Mini racer.

1962 Dodge.

1962 Dodge.

1962 Dodge 413 muscle.

1979 Lincoln.

1967 Mercury Comet.

1941 Dodge rat.

1941 Dodge rat.

1962 T Bird.

1959 Pontiac custom.

1969 Dodge Super Bee.

40's Jeep.

40's Jeep.

1969 Imperial.

1946 GMC truck.

1951 Chev glass panel truck. Rare.

1951 Chev glass panel truck. Rare breed indeed.

1958 Chev Bel Air.

1933-1934 Ford.

1954 Chev Bel Air.

1940 Chev.

1956 Chev Bel Air.

I think this guy likes 56 Chevy's.

1930 Ford Model A.

1948 Chev.

348 Chev V-8. An outstanding looking engine.

1964 Mercury Marauder.

273 V-8 Plymouth muscle.

1969 Chev Biscayne. 427 four speed survivor. An original owner car.

1969 Chev 427 big block muscle.

The info on this special 427 Chevy.

1955-1957 Humber Super Snipe. British.

1966 Acadian (Canadian model).

1957 Chev Bel Air.

1932 McLaughlin Buick (Canadian model).

1951 Ford.

1941 Chev.

1937 Nash.

1966 Chev Nova wagon.

1956 Meteor (Canadian model).

1951 Ford.

1958 Cadillac Eldorado.

1958 Cadillac Eldorado.

1957 Chev 210 wagon.

1941 Ford. Rare one year only car.

1957 Buick Century.

1948 Ford.

1963 AMC Rambler whatchmacallit.

1941 Willys pick up.

1957 Pontiac (Canadian model). Yes this thing is still following me around to car shows. It is like it is needy or something.

Fifty pounds a day of lard fat should put this guy back into good health.

VW power.

1959 Morris Minor. British.

1959 Morris Minor power. I can pick this up with one hand.

1958 Chev Impala. 235 six powered.

1971 Ford Ranchero.

1961 Oldsmobile 88.

1961 Oldsmobile 88.

1959 Ford Galaxie.

1967 Chev C10.

1961 VW Bug.

1966 Ford Fairlane wagon.

1956 Chev Nomad.

1956 Chev Nomad.

1966 Beaumont (Canadian model).

1971 Pontiac Trans Am.

A whatchamacallit pretending it is a 57 Chev. Shame shame shame.

1955 Buick Special.

1970 Olds Vista Cruiser.

1970 Olds Vista Cruiser with that special roof.

1970 Olds Vista Cruiser.

1962 Ford Falcon.

1941 Cadillac.

1941 Cadillac V-8 flat head.

1967 Chev Camaro.

1967 Chev 250 six in 67 Camaro.

1958 Plymouth Savoy.

Chev 327 V-8.

1956 Mercury.

1964 Mercury Marauder.

1967 AMC Ambassador.

1960 Chev C10.

1957 Studebaker Silver Hawk.

1957 Studebaker Silver Hawk.

1940 Buick.

Dodge flat head six with period performance parts in a 1950 Dodge.

1957 VW Bug.

1958 Mercury Commuter wagon.

Original 1958 Mercury wagon brochure.

1968 Mercury Cougar.

1965 Olds Cutlass.

A very angry Chev big block.

1959 Corvette.

1937 Pontiac.

1947 Desoto.

1947 Desoto flat head six engine.

30's ?

1959 Triumph. British.

1959 Triumph. British.

Midget racer.

1959 Chev Parkwood wagon.

Buick 455 muscle.

VW camper.

1937 Pontiac.

1962 Mercury Comet.

1973 Chev Caprice Estate.

1973 Chev Caprice Estate.

1973 Chev Caprice Estate 454 V-8.

1957 Chev.

1960 Ford.

1967 Beaumont (Canadian model).

1960 Ford Falcon.

1957 Chev 210 wagon.


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Comments

azmusclecar on Oct 17, 2022 said:

George, I didn't count but there is NOT 1200 pictures of all the cars at this show. I feel cheated.......just kidding. I've never been to a car show that large except for Corvettes in Carlisle PA.

Let's see, I'll take that midget racer with the motorcycle engine.

Nice to see there was an insect infestation by the SUPEAR BEES!

I once saw a customized plate on a Pinto that read:

KA-BOOM.

The three birds of prey, the Falcons look awesome. You can really note the design changes when they sit like this.

Been awhile since I saw a Plymouth Plaza.

Looks and reads like it was an awesome show.

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57timemachine on Oct 17, 2022 said:

Mario, I accidently erased your comment here. Please repost. Cheers.

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Mario on Oct 18, 2022 said:

Amazing car show George! What a collection of breathtaking classics from many decades. Very hard to pick out a few, but I'll try.

1957 Plymouth Savoy. Many Childhood memories of this car.

1969 Beaumont last year and brother to the Chevelle.

1951 Chevy Panel delivery truck. How rare is this!

1954 Chevy Bel Air convertible. Exquisite!

1957 Chevy Bel Air 4dr ht fender skirts. Icon!

1941 Caddy convertible with Flathead V8. Beautiful

1940 Buick. My Dad had one in Blue. He said it was his favorite.

Thank you George for painstakingly posting all these winners. Double Cheers!

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