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Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Sunday September 10, 2023.

I took in the annual Uxbridge car show with my 1974 Chev Caprice Estate and my brother Mike took his 1962 Ford Falcon. We are catching all of the car events that we can before it is all over. This car show coincided with the Uxbridge fall fair that also had many vintage tractors and farm implements. The car show itself was an excellent turnout of many real sweet time machines. There was even a sweet 1957 Pontiac there that made me wish I had brought my own. Check out the rides. Cheers.

1957 Pontiac Pathfinder. Canadian model.

1957 Pontiac Pathfinder. Canadian model.

Oldsmobile W-32 muscle.

1964 Studebaker Grand Turismo.

1960 Chev sedan delivery.

1960 Chev sedan delivery. Ultra rare.

1971 Chevelle El Camino.

1969 AMC Javelin.

1935 Ford.

1951 Mercury. Canadian model.

Dodge 440 muscle.

Says it all.

1967 Pontiac. Canadian model.

1951 Chev Deluxe. Custom.

Diesel motivation in a 40's Dodge truck.

1962 Ford Falcon. My brother Mikes ride.

1958 Pontiac Pathfinder. Canadian model.

1956 Ford F 100.

1957 Meteor. Canadian model.

1965 Ford Mustang 289 with rare factory A/C.

1974 Chev Caprice Estate. My ride.

1946 Chev.

1955 GMC Suburban Carrier. Very rare GMC version of the Chev Cameo Carrier. I was all over this amazing truck just drooling.

1955 GMC Suburban Carrier.

1955 GMC Suburban Carrier. If I remember correctly these (Hydramatic) equipped GMC trucks came with 287 Pontiac V-8's.

1957 Meteor. Canadian model.

1950 GMC with 270 in line six.

1950 GMC 270 six.

Says it all.

1950 GMC 270 six.

Buick Grand National Turbo motivation.

1941 Ford.

1954 Mercury.

1969 Chevelle SS.

1962 Chev Bel Air.

1962 Chev Bel Air.

1965 GTO 389 Tri Power.

1965 VW Bus.

1951 Ford Cab Over.

1967 Plymouth Baracuda.

1957 Chev 210.

1957 Chev 210.

1947-1948 International.

A pair of 40's Internationals.

1970 Vette 454.

1955 Ford.

1957 Thunder Chicken.

1966 Dodge Coronet.

Says it all.

Dealer tag on 57 Chev.

1957 Chev Bel Air.

1965 Valiant.

1958 Oldsmobile 88.

1958 Oldsmobile 88.

1951 Fargo. Canadian model.

1971 Oldsmobile 442.

1951 Mercury.

Was on a 1955 Ford.

1957 Chev 210.

1951 Mercury. Custom.

Uxbridge fair exhibits.

Stationary "Hit and miss" engine.

Stationary "Hit and miss" engine.

Stationary "Hit and miss" engine.

Used for the grain indusrty.

Model of the actual thing.

1950 GMC.

VW Bug with inline four power, not horizontal four.

1951 Fargo. Canadian model. These tail gates are impossible to find.

1948 Chev.

Model of an actual sawing machine. It works.

1955 GMC Suburban Carrier. I can not get enough of this amazing machine, can you tell.


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Comments

Mario on Sep 12, 2023 said:

Great car show George and thank you for posting all these fine pictures. You are certainly getting your fill of car shows this year! Here are some of my picks from the show:

57 Pontiac 2 dr sedan looks like new and I agree your 57 would have looked great next to it. Love the color.

60 Chevy delivery sedan rare and wild. Looking at that hood scoop I wonder what's under the hood.

55 GMC pick up rare and great condition. Love the coral color too.

62 Chevy Bel Air Bubble top is a beautiful car in showroom condition.

Thank you for the pictures George. Cheers, Mario

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Mario on Sep 12, 2023 said:

By the way the "I Like Ike" bumper sticker on the 57 Chevy wagon is a riot! Only us old folks would even know what it means. Great catch getting that shot.

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57timemachine on Sep 12, 2023 said:

Mario, thank you for the nice comments. You would have to be over 55 to know who Ike was (Dwight D. Eisenhower). I do not know about the U.S. but in Canada WW 2 history is no longer taught. It is all part of the nonsense going on today concerning politics. Of which I will not get into here. Cheers.

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Anonymous on Sep 12, 2023 said:

My sentiments exactly George........you read my mind. But Im told there's not much to read anymore. More like a index card than a library.

And the winner is: 1955 GMC Suburban Carrier. I can not get enough of this amazing machine, can you tell.

Rob

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