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Kirkfield, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Saturday September 2, 2023.

I took in the annual Kirkfield car show that is now 32 years strong. Always a great turnout as long as the weather is good and the weather was good and hot. Lots of old rock and roll music all day, lots of great vintage rides to see and met and spoke to many old car folks that have the same passion I have. I took my 1957 Pontiac on this one hour and forty five minute trek one way and as always a champ. Check out the rides. Cheers.

1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu.

1972 Dodge Charger.

1960 Desoto.

1953 Cadillac.

1959 Pontiac Strato Chief. Canadian model.

1965 AMC Rambler.

1967 Pontiac. Canadian model.

1967 Pontiac. Canadian model.

Some kind of super sonic water projectile.

1968 Chevelle Malibu.

1964 Ford Galaxie 500.

1957 Buick Special.

1957 Chev Bel Air wagon.

1968 Chevrolet Impala.

1969 Mercury Cyclone.

Two 1951 Fords.

1957 Pontiac. My baby.

440 Mopar Muscle.

1970 Chev 4X4.

1967 Mercury Comet.

1941 Chev.

1970's VW Campers.

1960's Porsche.

1960's Mini.

1957 Meteor. Canadian model.

1934 Plymouth.

1962 Ford Falcon Futura.

1962 Ford Falcon Futura.

144 ground pounding cubic inches in this 1962 Ford Falcon in line six. Who needs a bent eight anyway.

1956 International.

His and hers 1957 Buicks literally. 1957 Buick Special and 1957 Buick Caballero wagon.

His and hers 1957 Buicks.

1970 AMC AMX.

1966 AMC Rambler.

1965 Chevrolet Impala.

1957 Chev.

Oldsmobile motivation.

1965 Oldsmobile Cutlass.

1956 Chev Bel Air.

1956 Buick Special.

1950 Meteor Custom car. Canadian model.

1940's Indian motor bike.

1940's Indian motor bike.

Farmers aide horsepower units.

More farmers aide horse power units.

1959 AMC Rambler.

1976 Buick Free Spirit. When was the last time you saw one of these.... I know the answer.... Never.

Ya.. I know.

1965 Pontiac.

1955 Chev.

1974 Pontiac GTO ?

1964 Studebaker Daytona.

1951 Mercury.

1926 Ford Model T.

1971 Mustang.

1952 Pontiac. Canadian model.

1969 Chev Impala.

1968 Dodge Polara.

1966 Ford Fairlane.

1970 Pontiac GTO and my 1957 Pontiac.

1966 Chev Corvair.

1970 Ford Torino.

1970 Ford Torino.

This is what makes this baby special.

1968 Oldsmobile 442.

1931 Ford rare rare four door convert. I can not spell out the name ...phaaten, no..,phyateen,..no, well you no what I mean.

1965 Ford.

1947-1948 Ford.

1957 Oldsmobile 88.

1963 Cadillac.

1937 Plymouth.

1953 Cadillac.

1953 Ford.

426 Hemi. Ya you know the rest of the story.

1964 Chev Nova.

1967 Dodge Coronet.

Oldsmobile motivation.

Says it all.

1966 Dodge Polara.

1947 Ford panel. Custom.

1967 Dodge Coronet.

1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR.

Well put.

Home on wheels.

Home on wheels.

1968 Plymouth Road Runner with elephant attitude.

Small block Chev with serious behavior attitude.

Says it all.

70's Ford Fire responder vehicle converted to a camper.

Says it all.


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Comments

chevykid57 on Sep 4, 2023 said:

very nice car show , love your poncho, i drive mine lota

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chevykid57 on Sep 4, 2023 said:

very nice car show , love your poncho, i drive mine lota

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Mario on Sep 5, 2023 said:

Cool car show George. Many nice fifties and sixties cars showed up. I like the following cars:

Red 68 Chevelle conv. Nice and clean. 59 Canadian Pontiac Strato Chief. Similar to my 59 Catalina my first car. 57 Meteor 3 tone, unusual. Large chrome V on grill. We had 2 tones here but I never saw a 3 tone 57. Pair of 57 Buick his and hers. Now that's a rarity not to be seen anywhere else! And the same color too. 56 Chevy Bel Air 4 door HT. Really nice and original.

I especially like the Red 52 Ford (not 53) 4 dr Customline V8 sedan. My Dad had the 52 2 dr sedan Customline V8 in blue. I was 5 years old when he bought it new and I would sit in a car seat in the front middle that had a steering wheel so I could make believe I was driving! The car's instrument panel had a small round clock in the middle and I made believe it was a speedometer like he had in front of him.

Lots more great looking cars at this show and thank you for sharing your pictures with us. Cheers, Mario

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Anonymous on Sep 5, 2023 said:

Darn it George, you went and posted way too many cars I really like. I've never been a big fan of station wagons but that Pontiac sure looks good.

I can use it to tow that orange AMX home.

And those matching 57 Buicks, what a nice couple to own. Especially the wagon. Once again another wagon. Did I catch Covid or Wagonitis????

Nice job George. Oh and that Free Spirit Buick!!!!!

Can't recall seeing one of those in my life. That's when cars were into the billboard segment of call outs. Lots of flash but not the dash of the old muscle card.

That big black 57 Buick looks like Broderick Crawford just crawled out of it on the TV show Highway Patrol.

Ahhh yes the memories of a time that will hopefully stay with me until I go home to God and see HIS COLLECTOR CAR COLLECTION.

NOW THAT IS A CAR SHOW YOU WONT WANT TO MISS!

Rob

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57timemachine on Sep 7, 2023 said:

I added more photos of this great event. Cheers.

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Mario on Sep 11, 2023 said:

Great photos George! Keep the show cars coming. Cheers, Mario

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