Another smaller show which I did not take a huge number of photos at. I tend not to re-take cars that I have already seen a few times. There was, however, a few notable ones that I had not previously seen.
This was titled as a 1969 VW Beetle but looked like a brand new build. Or perhaps a restoration of an older buggy but certainly looked very fresh.
The classic style gauges are a nice focal point for the sparely equipped interior.
On display are some pretty large and aggressive rubber for a dune buggy.
The owner of this Chevrolet Impala nailed the vintage cruiser look in my opinion.
I had not seen this particular first generation Ford Bronco before. It certainly looked like a high quality build.
Doesn’t get more classic car show than a ’57 Chevrolet with flames.
Orange is one of my favourite automotive colours. Certainly a lot on display here.
I do love my Canadian variants so could not resist including this 1968 Acadian which is quite obviously the result of factory Chevrolet Nova based badge engineering.
Out in the parking area is this Chevrolet Nova SS which by 1973 was an add-on package. This one likely sports some real power however with the 350 badges indicating a V8.
A very nice and stock appearing 1966 Valiant.