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Georgetown, Ontario, Canada Car Show.

Sunday June 16, 2024.

I took in the annual Georgetown car show that has been raiseing money for cancer research for many years now. It is run by an amazing group of dedicated people. A well worthy cause and a well worthy car show. It was a perfect day for an amazing amount of great vintage tin. I was car number 286 when I got there and by the time I left at 1:30, there had to be about 500 cars or more. I took my 57 Pontiac and had a great day talking to old car folks. Enjoy the rides.Cheers.

56 Chev Bel Air and 57 Chev 210.

1951 Chev custom.

1952 Ford F-100.

1924 Ford Model T. Turned 100.

My 57 Pontiac.

Plastic Cobra.

British Taxi.

1965 Ford Fairlane.

1971 Imperial.

1962 Plymouth Fury.

1969 Pontiac Fire Chicken.

1955 Chev Bel Air.

1959 Morris Minor. British.

1967 Chev Impala.

1969 AMC Rambler.

Here is a Rambler with some serious GO power.

30's Ford rod.

1939 Lincoln Zephyr. Real class.

1939 Lincoln Zephyr V-12 engine.

1968 Beaumont SD. Canadian model.

60's VW Bug.

1967 GMC.

1967 GMC/Chev 250.

1958 Desoto.

1958 Desoto.

1964 Pontiac. Canadian model.

1964 Pontiac. Canadian model.

Pair of Canadian Pontiac's.

1964 Pontiac. Canadian model.

70's Cadillac Eldorado.

40's Plymouth.

40's Plymouth.

60's VW Bug.

A Bugs bug.

1956 Chev 210.

1964 Ford Galaxie.

1967 Dodge D.

40's Ford Pumper. Georgetown's own.

Herbie.

Herbie.

1941 Chev Master Deluxe.

1964 Chev Impala.

60's Triumph. British.

1968-1972 Chev Nova.

Chev 350 motivation.

1975 Chev Monza Spider.

1975 Chev Monza Spider.

1975 Chev Monza small block.

1935 Chev.

Army Willys Jeep.

1966 Oldsmobile Cutless.

1967 Vette.

Chev 250 motivation.

1957 Ford Thunder Chicken power.

1965 Pontiac. Canadian model.

1965 Pontiac. Canadian model.

1970 Cadillac.

1954 Pontiac Laurentian. Canadian model.

1954 Pontiac Laurentian. Canadian model.

A bit too over bearing here. This just invites folks to do something, ya know what I mean.

1968 Chev Impala.

1971 Chev Chevelle.

1958 Plymouth Belevedere. Christine's brother.

1958 Plymouth Belevedere.

Buick Grand National.

British row.

1954 Ford.

1966 Ford Ranchero.

Speaks volumes.

1969 Acadian SS. Canadian model.Very rare Canadian muscle car badges.

70's VW Bug.

1966 Chrysler.

1957 Chev 210 and 1956 Chev Bel Air.

1965 Thunder Chicken.

1969 AMC Rambler with serious attidude.

1939 Lincoln Zephyr V-12.

60's Austin Healey.

1955 Chev Bel Air.

1962 Plymouth.

1951 Chev.

1966 Oldsmobile Cutless.

Big block Chev attidude.

1955 Chev 210. You very seldom see four door's moded up like this.

1962 Chev Impala.

1965 Ford 390.

1962 Plymouth.

1966 Corvair. Never had one but I have always loved these cars especially the 1965-1969 generation.

1966 Corvair motivation.


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Mario on Jun 20, 2024 said:

That's a mighty fine looking 67 Impala convertible George, and my high school colors too, red and black!

I also like the rare 39 Lincoln Zephyr, very classy indeed. Don't see many of those. Cheers, Mario

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azmusclecar on Jun 20, 2024 said:

Hey George, It looks like Brandon got things sorted out so you could add some additional photos.

Our technology just like our cars sometimes needs a tune up.

You know I looked at what all the owner of that 1969 Rambler put into that car. That is what I call dedication to the Orphan Class of car and to make it like it is, that costs some coinage.

Since Mario go to pic before me (see above) I am going to give the Rambler owner a thumbs up on his/her entry. Not my choice of a car but sometimes you just have to hand it to the owner.

I do appreciate the close up views of the Acadian Badges. I can't recall ever seeing one before at a car show.

Well send some of that fresh cool Canadian air down this way to AZ. And I'll send you some heat come winter.

Stay well..I did enjoy the Moose hood emblem. I used to see them all the times in catalogs where you could order a swan, or a bulldog, or a plane, or whatever. I should have been paying attention in school but those catalogs fit so well right inside the school book......I forget the name of those catalogs........along with other things. :-)

Cheers Geo and stay cool.

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57timemachine on Jun 20, 2024 said:

Rob, the last three days we have been having a massive heat wave in our area. It is going to be too too hot for the next few days as well. I have no cool air to send you. I agree about that AMC Rambler get up and GO car. I appreciate folks that go beyond the norm and do it well. Rob, the catalog you speak of might have been the J.C. Penny automotive catalog. Cheers.

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Mario on Jun 20, 2024 said:

I believe it was the J.C.Whitney catalog. I used to get them too. JC Penney was a clothing store. The heat is getting to you George! Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Jun 20, 2024 said:

Mario, you nailed it brother. I was thinking J.C. Whitney but the heat did get to me and it clouded my better judgement. Thanks for saving the day because I would not want to send our buddy Rob any wrong information. Cheers.

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azmuscle on Jun 20, 2024 said:

Well it looks like all three of us are in a heat wave and combine that with our ages it's a recipe for errors in judgement, but also laughs. For the life of me I could NOT remember J.C. Whitney. I could see the magazine in my memory and even things like the glasses you could see through walls and all the adornments one could buy for the personalization of their car. You guys are the best. I toast a big glass of Ice Tea to you both!! Cheers and bottoms up!!

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57timemachine on Jun 21, 2024 said:

As always cheers to both you guys. You guys make this site what it really is. Real folks doing real things with real cars. Cheers mates.

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57timemachine on Jun 24, 2024 said:

I added some more photos. Cheers.

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Mario on Jun 26, 2024 said:

Very nice add on photos George. Another nice selection.

I like the 1955 Chevy 210 and the 1962 Chevy Impala. Both are Great looking cars in Super condition.

Keep the car shows coming George. Together you and I have seen a lot of really good looking cars this year. We can continue to enjoy the pictures all year long. Cheers, Mario

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