Lethbridge Street Wheelers weekend – Part 2

In Part One we looked at the Pentastars & Friends in the Park put on by a local Chrysler dealer and the lower rider show Dropsicles and the auto-x. Now we move onto the the show & shine hold in downtown Lethbridge. There is always a good turn out this one with several interesting cars and below is a sample.

I really liked this 1931 Ford Model A. Great colours, engine and details.

1931 Ford Model A 1931 Ford Model A 1931 Ford Model A Gas Tank

Sleeper! 1979 Mercury Zephyr with GM LSx V8 power

1979 Mercury Zephyr

Canadian market Fargo A108 van. The Dodge variant isn’t exactly common as vans tend to get used up then scrapped but the Fargo must be very rare. Found in the parking lot.

Fargo A108 van Fargo A108 van

Wild mid engined dragster truck – started life as a 1982 Chevrolet.

1982 Chevrolet truck engine 1982 Chevrolet truck

Canadian 1957 Meteor Niagara 300 with two tone paint.

1957 Meteor Niagara 300 1957 Meteor Niagara 300

1928 Ford Hot Rod with a twin turbo V8

1928 Ford 1928 Ford

AMC Gremlim X Levi in the parking lot at the show and shine. Even had the original denim style seats.

AMC Gremlim X Levi AMC Gremlim X Levi

V8 shopping cart

V8 shopping cart

1972 Dodge Dart drag car

1972 Dodge Dart

Fantastic 1968 Dodge Polara Ambulance with conversion done by National Coachworks in the parking lot at the show and shine.

More info on the car here

1968 Dodge Polara 500 Ambulance 1968 Dodge Polara 500 Ambulance

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One Response to Lethbridge Street Wheelers weekend – Part 2

  1. Al Nickel says:

    Might the 1957 Meteor Niagara 300 be for sale??? If so,how much??

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