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St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Saturday June 8, 2024.

My brother Mike and I took in the 48th annual St. Jacobs Car Show in the beautiful area of St. Jacobs near Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. There was a huge turn out of about 500 cars and there was live music all day by an Elvis guy and his band. There was an amazing variety of vintage tin and Mike and I spoke to many wonderful old car folks. Great weather there and back with lots of country side to absorb while cruising in our oldies. Check out the rides and cheers.

Mikes 62 Falcon and my 57 Pontiac.

1965 Chevelle El Camino.

1967 Beaumont. (Canadian model).

1935 Plymouth. Very seldom seen car.

1964 Chev Bel Air. Bare bones and real sweet.

Late 40's Ford Cab Over.

1961-1962 Chrysler.

1967 Thunder Chicken with those wacky suicide rear doors.

Delorean . If it wasn't for the movie.... well you know the rest of the story.

A pair of 1965 Ford Falcons with my baby brother Mike goofing around.

1932 Ford. Very old scool rod.

We all know what this is.

1967 Thunder Chicken.

1967 Vette.

1951 Mercury. The ultimate lead sled.

1956 Chev Bel Air.

A couple of 1953 Ford F-100's.

I wonder what this car is.

1968 Chevelle SS 396. Both my brother Mike and I approve of this car. Because both Mike and I had a 68 Chevelle at one time.

1956 Ford Crown Vicky.

1965 Chevelle El Camino.

1967 Pontiac Fire Chicken.

1965 Oldsmobile Cutlass.

1956 Chev Bel Air with the original 235 inline six cylinder. I have thanked this fine gentleman for keeping that six many times.

1955 Meteor Crown Vicky. (Canadian model and a very rare one).

60's VW Bug.

60's VW Bug motivation.

My brother Mikes 144 Ford in line six in his 62 Falcon. Some people say it is slow... well I say, what is the rush anyway.

1969 Acadian SS. (Very rare Canadian model muscle car).

1970 Chevelle Malibu. Thank you for not making another fake SS out of it.

1962 Pontiac with the base 261 in line six engine. (Canadian model).

1962 Chev Impala sedan.

1962 Chev 327.

1963 Chevy II. I would own this jewel in a heart beat.

1963 Chev 194 in line six. Can you smell the reliability from here, I can.

1969 Pontiac Trans Am. The first and the best.

1957 MG. (British).

1957 MG motivation.

Early 50 ish GMC Scool bus.

Now there is some serious attitude. This was on the GMC Scool bus.

Remember these. They use to be all over the place.

1953 Buick.

1953 Buick in line eight.

1970 Vette 454.

1953 Ford F-100.

1966 Dodge Charger.

60's VW Bug.

1948 Fiat Topolino. You will never see another one. They were usually turned into drag racing altered cars.

1932 Ford Tudor.

1956 Chev Bel Air.

1963 Pontiac Tempest with that amazing slant four engine.

Half a 389 Pontiac engine.

1937 Ford.

1955 Chev Bel Air.

1954 Buick.

1956 Chev Bel Air and 1957 Chev 210.

1960 Chev Biscayne.

1959 Desoto.

1958-1960 Thunder Chicken.

1969 Caddy.

1967 Chev wagon. My dad had the very same car as a company car from about 1967 to 1971.

As a punk kid this car car brings back many memories.

1959 Ford.

1959 Ford.

1940's Dodge.

1942 Chev. What a major league beauty.

1969 Mustang. The good one.

More Chevy van fever.

1956 Chev Bel Air.

1955 Meteor. (Canadian model).

1971 Cuda.

1958 Edsel.

1955 Chev 210.

1965 Chevelle El Camino.

1952 Mercury. (Canadian model).

1968 Plymouth GTX.

1969 Buick Electra.

40'S Chev.

My 57 Pontiac and my brothers 62 Falcon. Brothers in arms.

1935 Chev.

1965 Oldsmobile Cutless motivation.

1946-1948 Chev.


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azmusclecar on Jun 10, 2024 said:

YOWZA YOWZA YOWZA.........500 CARS!!!!!!!!!!

Let's see, walking by one a minute, that's 500 minutes, divided by 60 per hour that would take over 8 hours to cover if my math is right, and I wouldn't be surprised if ti isn't.

Like Elvis would sing: That's a hunka hunka hunka lot of Sheetmetal!!!

It takes me back to my days in Carlisle PA where it would take me a good 2 days to really walk the fairgrounds and see everything.

Well you definitely got your monies worth and thanks for sharing some of that with us.

The Edsel sort of startled me...not sure what to make of that but to each their own. The 67 Chebby Wagon brings back memories of me and my friend named PIGEON, not because he was a snitch, but because he raised what else? CHICKENS! No he raised pigeons.

His Dad had a 67 company car with a 6 cylinder three speed manual and we would go cruising the "circuit" looking for girls. I was much smaller in 67 and I felt lost in that Impala interior.

Every car show needs a lead sled and you have one of the nicest ones there.

Well I could go on and on like i usually do, but I'll stop. It's just those memories come flooding back of happier times, innocent times, that one would think they'd never end.

But sadly, as I grow older and my memory isn't quite as good as it once was, I'm so thankful I can still recall some of the best days of my life.

Cheers George......

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Mario on Jun 10, 2024 said:

Many nice cars George but the fact that you had a 1935 Plymouth there really struck me. That was my Dad's first car that he bought in 1942 when he was just 18 years old. I have a Page dedicated to my Dad's cars and that was his first! Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Jun 12, 2024 said:

I added some more photos. Cheers.

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azmuscle on Jun 13, 2024 said:

I see one of my favorites made the cut, that GTX. I always liked them since they were a tad bit of an upgrade from the BEEP BEEP Roadrunner.

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