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Maryhill, Ontario, Canada Car Show

Saturday June 1, 2024.

I took in the 14th annual Maryhill Car show with my 57 Pontiac and my brother Mike with his 62 Falcon. We had a perfect drive there and back in mostly beautiful country side. As soon as we got there we met some wonderful old car people and continued meeting more through out the day. There was a live band and also some good recorded music through out the day. We were among about ten car when we got there and by the end of the day there must have been 400 hundred cars. We saw some ultra rare cars like a 1956 AC Bristol (The car that became the Shelby Cobra) and many amazing cars. All around a great event. Check out the rides. Cheers.

1951 Buick Super and 1957 Buick Super. A father (57) and son (51) team that were great folks to talk to.

1982 Avanti II.

1929-1931 Ford Model A.

1971 Corvette with 454.

Vette 454.

1968 Camaro SS.

1967 Mustang.

1964 Ford Galaxie XL.

383 Mopar.

1957 Pontiac Pathfinder Deluxe. My baby.

1965 Falcon.

70's Datsun 240.

1966 Chevy II.

A big block Chevy with attitude.

1954 Ford F-100.

1954 Ford 223 six.

1979 Mini. They did not change much in looks since 1959.

1934 Studebaker.

Mikes 1962 Falcon and my 57 Pontiac.

1958 GMC. What a beauty.

1958 GMC.

1966 Thunder Chicken.

1956 Ford Victoria. My fave Ford.

1956 Ford Victoria.

60's Healey.

1956 AC Bristol. Rare British car that became the Shelby Cobra.

Original 1956 AC Bristol dual overhead cam in line six.

1940 GMC.

1972 Jaguar XKE. Beautiful British design.

1972 Jaguar XKE.

60's Triumph. (British).

Rod with a tiny Jap engine.

1966 Dodge Coronet.

1967 Buick 430.

1956 Chev Bel Air.

1966 AMC Marlin.

1957 Thunder Chicken. My fave T Bird.

1973 Chev Impala.

Nineteens Ford Model T depot hack.

You may never see another one.

1966 Mustang

1966 Mustang 200 six.

1946-1948 Chev.

1951 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.

1963 Corvair Spyder. Factory Turbo charged.

1963 Corvair Turbo.

1951 Buick Super.

1957 Buick Super.

British row. Triumph, Healey and MG. I think I got that right.

An interesting information card on the Buick porthole or ventaport over the early years.

My friend Paul's beautiful 1955 Chev 210 wagon. Paul won second place over all (People's choice).

A sweet 55 from any angle.

1955 Monarch. Canadian model of the top of the line car. It is basicly a Mercury to the extreme.

1955 Monarch engine.

1966 Thunder Chicken.

1974 Vette.

1951 Buick 320 in line eight.

1937 Chev 216 in line six.

1959 Triumph.

1957 Chev Bel Air.

1974 AMC Matador.

1974 AMC Matador.

1967 Cadillac.

1940 Plymouth.

1960 Chrysler Saratoga.

1953 Chev Bel Air.

1969 Chevelle SS 396.

Big block motivation.

1969 Buick GS 400.

1960 Pontiac Laurentian (Canadian model).

40's army Jeep.

1932 Ford.

1960 Chev El Camino.

1960 Chev El Camino.

1963 Vette 327.

1963 Vette. My fave Vette.

1946-1948 Ford.

1960 Chev 348 big block.

1969 Camaro 350.

1966 Mustang.

Model T motivation.

1972 Jaguar XKE motivation.

1963 Corvair Spyder Turbo.

1963 Falcon wagon.

Austin Healey motivation. (British).

1966 AMC Marlin.

1973 Vette.

1956 Ford F-100.

Ford 223 six. With headers yet.

My brothers 62 Falcon and a neighbor's 82 Avanti II.

1969 Buick GS 400.

1934 Studebaker.

Tells it all.

1960 Pontiac Laurentian. (Canadian model).


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Mario on Jun 2, 2024 said:

Nice car show George and looks like you had perfect weather too! Lots of great looking cars came out to the show. You and your brother Mike must have made some nice memories.

I like the 56 Ford both color and style. Always a favorite of mine. The 66 Chevy II looks good and a friend of mine has the same car, color, all original he purchased new. Original owner.

The 63 split window Vette is a rare and expensive car, a favorite of mine also. Don't see too many of those except on Barrett Jackson.

Thanks for the car show George. You nailed it! Cheers, Mario

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azmuscle on Jun 2, 2024 said:

Now THAT is a car show George....As I kept scanning down the pics I said oh this is my favorite and then I'd have to say NO this one is my favorite.

There's a lot of rarity there. I had to chuckle when I saw the AMC can't recall when I saw one fo those last.

A Falcon Wagon to a Jaguar XKE to a 51 Buick Super with the side tilt hood to the creme de la creme 63 Split Window Corvette.

Way way way too many likes for me to choose a winner winner THUNDER CHICKEN dinner.

I'll keep visiting your page Geo as my Car Shows have dried up so I'm going to spending my time on my project Nova.

I hope someday to get it so I can take it to shows. Keep the pics coming Geo, as you say CHEERS!!

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57timemachine on Jun 4, 2024 said:

Rob and Mario, I always appreciate the appreciation. My fellow vintage gear heads. Cheers.

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Mario on Jun 4, 2024 said:

And I appreciate you going to all the car shows, taking lots of pictures and then posting them on AT. I feel like I'm at the car shows with you. Thank you George. Cheers, Mario

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