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Otterville, Ontario, Canada Car Show

Saturday June 10, 2023

I took in the 26th annual Otterville car show in this beautiful town with a park right near a small river and falls. There was just over three hundred vintage cars and I took my 1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate wagon. My 74 needed a good run and the one and a half hour drive to get there was just what the doctor ordered. Other than the scary gas consumption the wagon performed flawlessly. Check out the rides. Cheers.

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. All original super survivor.

1957 Ford Ranch wagon gasser style.

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. Amazing survivor car.

1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

1966 Ford Fairlane.

1958 International.

1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate. My Baby.

1990 Chevrolet 454 SS.

1969 Mustang.

1941 Ford.

1969-1979 VW Westfalia.

60's Mini.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. What a beauty and it reminds me so much of the one I had from 1984 to 2007. Mine was the same color combo.

40's Ford.

1930 Ford Model A.

1959 Chevrolet Biscayne.

1959 Chevrolet 348.

1969 428 Cobra Jet.

Not a baby on board.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air.

1964 Dodge Polara.

1964 Dodge Max Wedge 413.

30's and 40's Fords.

1976 Cosworth Chevrolet Vega.

1976 Cosworth Chevrolet Vega.

1967 Mercury Comet Caliente.

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle El Camino SS 396. Now there is a mouthful of name.

1955 Mercury.

1969 Beaumont SD. Canadian model.

1971 Ford Torino GT.

1971 Ford 351.

1958 Mercury Commuter. Rare two door hardtop wagon model.

1959 Cadillac.

1950 Desoto.

1950 Desoto.

1950-1953 Chevrolet.

Ford flat head.

1951 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.

VW Dune Buggy.

Boney buddy hide out.

Boney buddy.

1957 Ford Ranch wagon gasser.

1963 Acadian Canadian model.

1954 Chevrolet.

1959 Pontiac Canadian model.

1968 Mercury Cougar display.

1968 Mercury Cougar display one step further. Amazing.

1968 Plymouth Road Runner.

1968 Plymouth Road Runner 426 Hemi.

Row of Ford Maverick's. 1970-1973. Well two Mavericks and one Comet.

1932 Buick.

1962 Chevrolet.

1957 Thunder Bird.

1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate. My baby.

1964 Studebaker Daytona.

1964 Studebaker 289.

1953 Ford cab over.

1941 Ford.

1969 Camaro SS RS.

1985 Chevrolet Caprice with insane blower.

1952 Ford.

1948 Chrysler.

Says it all.

1961 Vauxhall Envoy Special. British GM.

1969 Corvette.

1959 Cadillac.

1956 Chevrolet.

1963 Jaguar XKE.

Plymouth Duster 340.

60's VW Karmen Ghia.

1951 Chevrolet Custom.

1959 Cadillac 390. A masterpiece of an engine.

1964 Ford Fairlane. Thunder Bolt tribute.

60's Mini.

1938 Chevrolet.

1970 Dodge Super Bee.

1963 Cadillac.

60's VW Dune buggy.

1957 Ford Ranch wagon gasser.

Very creative.

VW Karmen Ghia.

1971 Mercury Comet.

1975 Chevrolet Laguna Type S 3.

Twin Turbo power.

70'S British.

1970 Mercury Cyclone.

Chevrolet 396.

V-6 power.

1970 Dodge Super Bee.

1961 Vauxhall Envoy Special. British GM.

1976 Cosworth Chevrolet Vega. Rare and fast.

Says it all.

1963 Jaguar XKE.

Chevrolet small block with attitude.

Yes it was.

1959 Pontiac. Canadian model.

1975 Chevrolet Laguna Type S 3.

70's Lotus British.

1955 Mercury.

1932 Buick.

1970 Mercury Cyclone.

1964 Chevrolet Bel Air.

Twin Turbo power.


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Comments

Mario on Jun 15, 2023 said:

Another really nice car show you attended George! Glad to see your beautiful 74 Chevy Caprice, looking good. I'm sure he was happy to get a good run to Otterville!

Wow the 57 Chevy Bel Air is a real Beauty! Just like the one you used to own too. The baby blue and white combo is exquisite. I see a lot of options installed also just like you like it. It's a rare 4 dr hardtop with skirts and the dual chrome exhausts are sharp. Twin antennas, dual outside mirrors, bumper guards, rubber tips and chrome trimmed trunk! I think the Gold V insignia means it has a V8 right? Excellent Icon.

I also like the 56 Mercury. I've seen it before at one of your other car shows. Really sharp looking.

Boney Buddy is hilarious and to see a Vega at a car show is rare also. My sister had one that ceased on her and it went to the junk yard.

Great car show and thank you for sharing all the wonderful pictures George. Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Jun 15, 2023 said:

Mario, the gold V was the Bel Air only. The 210 and 150 model had chrome V if they were V-8 powered. The color combo is Tropical Turquoise and India Ivory. I had to take a double take when I saw it and it made me sad that I no longer have mine. Cheers.

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Mario on Jun 15, 2023 said:

Ah that's it. Gold V for Bel Air and chrome V for V8 on other models. Thanks for clarifying. Cheers, Mario

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