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Wings and Wheels Car Show. Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada.

Saturday September 16, 2023.

I took in the amazing Wings and Wheels Car Show and Air Show at the Tillsonburg airport with my 1957 Pontiac. This event is held every year by an organization that is dedicated to restoring vintage aircraft of Canadian origin. All of the funds goes into keeping these amazing vintage aircraft afloat. Vintage aircraft spent all day running and flying around the facility including a 1950's fighter jet. The car show aspect was over 500 cars strong. Enjoy the rides.

1950 Chevrolet. I understand the tribute but why have mags on it.

1957 Chevrolet.

Studebaker in line six flathead with duals.

1941-1946 Chevrolet.

1962 Ford.

1967 Dodge R/T.

1957 Pontiac. My baby.

30's ?. Can anyone tell me what make and model this is. It is not a Model A.

1950 Chevrolet.

1938 ?. Can anyone tell me what make and model this is.

1955 Pontiac.

1968 Chevelle SS.

1958 Studebaker Silver Hawk.

1958 Studebaker Silver Hawk.

1941 Chevrolet. My favorite 40's car.

1941 Chevrolet.

1970 Mustang.

1982 AMC Concord.

1964 Studebaker Daytona.

1954 Meteor with glass top. Canadian model.

1969 AMC Javelin.

1961 Ford Falcon.

1961 Ford Falcon.

1969 Chev Impala.

1942 Dodge Ratamajigger.

1968 Ford LTD.

60'S VW Bug.

1958 Ford Meteor. Canadian model.

1973 Mustang.

1935 Dodge.

1958 Pontiac.

1950 Studebaker.

Says it all.

1965 Dodge Coronet.

1956 Ford Fairlane.

1957 Chevrolet 210. Seldom seen 210 hardtop version.

1970 Ford.

1977 Chevrolet Cosworth Vega. Rare and special.

1977 Cosworth Vega power.

1937 Plymouth.

1955 Chev Nomad.

Back to the Future... now.

Ready for a time trip.

Back to the Future.

Says it all.

50's Willys.

Early 50's MG. British.

30's Reo.

And proud of it.

1949 International.

50's Jaguar.

50's Jaguar motivation.

50's Jaguar.

1950 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.

1957 Continental.

1958 Mercury Yoyager. Ultra rare.

A whole barrage of Army Jeeps.

Army bike.

1953 Pontiac Chieftain.

1968 Chevelle Malibu.

1959 Edsel.

1950 Packard.

1950 Chevrolet.

Model T Ford.

1970 Mercury Cyclone.

1959 Chev Bel Air.

Says it all.

1956 Meteor. Canadian model.

1957 Chev Nomad.

1952 Fargo. Canadian model.

1958 Plymouth Plaza.

1949 Chevrolet.

Mopar motivation.

50's Willy's.

1970 Chevelle SS El Camino.

Back to the future stuff.

Leaving that much Plutonium out in the open for terrorist wannabe's to help themselves.

The Flux Capacitor, that made actual time travel possible. Come on everybody knows that.

Keep a safe distance from that reactor.

The back of Back To The Future.

1964 Chevelle Malibu SS.

1938 Chrysler Royal.

1938 Chrysler Royal.

1974-1978 AMC Matador.

Canadian version of the Munster Coach.

Pair of 70's Internationals.

1959 Chevrolet Apache.

1963 Ford Falcon.

1963 Ford Falcon.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air.

A 1958 Meteor Canadian model center, surrounded by 1957 Chevy's.

1959 Pontiac Parisienne. Canadian model.

1959 Pontiac Parisienne. Canadian model.

1968 Volvo.


That's different.

1970 Vette 454. Done up the crazy 70's style.

Presently under going restoration.

1928 Oldsmobile.

1928 Oldsmobile flathead six.

1971 Ford Torino GT.

1942 Dodge Ratamajigger.

1954 Chev Pedal power.

1954 Chev Pedal power.

1956 and 1957 Ford Fairlane's.

1958 Ford Thunder Chicken.

Mopar flat head six power.

Sharp dressed dead guy.

Boney Buddy.

Late 1930's REO.

Late 1930's REO.

1965 Plymouth Barracuda.

Ford in line six power.

Model T's forever.

The cars that helped put the world on wheels. Good, bad or indifferent.

1962 Dodge Polara.

413 Dodge Max Wedge Power.

Folks were lining up to sit in the cockpit of this WW 2 Trainor.

The vehicle that helped win the war for the allies.

1957 Chev 150.

Ford Power.

late 20's Model T Ford.

1969 Pontiac Fire Chicken.

Mercury lead sled.

60's VW Bug.

50's Jaguar power.

Fair warning.

1969 Buick Skylark.

1957 Chev Bel Air. From its sweetest angle.

Buick Grand National.

Buick Turbo Power. Could and can put most V-8's on the trailer.

Early 60's Ford F100.

Canadian Munster coach.

Back To The Future car. An excellent recreation.

Loud and Proud.


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Mario on Sep 20, 2023 said:

Another spectacular car show George! Lots of cars and planes too! Your 57 Pontiac is really looking good and I'm sure got a lot of attention. Here are some of my favorite picks:

Blue/White 55 Pontiac 2dr HT very nice looking and excellent condition.

Turquoise/White 58 Ford Fairlane 2dr HT don't see many of these and this one is in pristine condition.

Blue/White 56 Ford 2dr HT really stands out and one of my favorite cars of all time.

The DeLorean Back to the Future car is a real treat! And with many Back in Time accessories too. I like the guy playing "Doc".

Finally the Red 58 Mercury station wagon is one I haven't seen at a car show. Such a rare car and well taken care of. A real Beauty.

All the Military Jeeps and planes were great to see in this unique car/wings show. Thank you George for sharing the pictures with us. Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Sep 20, 2023 said:

Mario, I boobooed on the 58 Ford. It is actually a Canadian model of Meteor. Cheers.

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Mario on Sep 20, 2023 said:

You're right George. I see the Meteor script and the grill is a little different from the Fairlane. But it's still a rare and beautiful car. I love the color combo on that. Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Sep 29, 2023 said:

I added some more photos.

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Mario on Sep 30, 2023 said:

I really like the 57 Chevy Bel Air blue/white 4dr HT George. A rare car in showroom condition. Great bubble skirts on that too! Thanks for the added pictures. Cheers, Mario

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