Last Saturday I felt the need for a little bit of change from the super slammed, stretch tire, flush type of stance and decided to head out to the weekly Street Classics Show and Shine at Canadian Tire Etobicoke and take in some real American Metal.
Since it was a long weekend the turnout was smaller than usual but 20 cars or 200 I still enjoy these shows, it’s something about the atmosphere.
Interesting fact the first event I ever covered for this blog was one of these.
Got some more event coverage coming this week and quite a few local cars, going to be a busy one!
sweeeeet fiat 600 i love the erly modles because the motor looks more like its disined for producing moon shine than propelling the little bugger lol oh an mg B is like the stance anti crist lol oh i love the black modle a its just sexy screw rat rods lets see some reto rods coming back in to vouge ,muscle cars look cool and every thing but thay just seam niandertal to me because i grew up no were near a streight road and if you tryed to flick that nova into a corner youd end up backwards thru a hedge on fire but i understand thay have there place
I appreciate the fact that you are into a lot of different cars like myself! More people need to appreciate the entire hobby as a whole!
Hi! Great shots!
I was on this show last saturday,( 29) there were like about 200 cars 🙂
But i’m a little jealous cause you got some space for good photos, while when i was there, the cars were stacked up))
So i stood on the road and just photoed all passing by motors)
There we’re no fiat though last week)
But i did catch the nova)
Here’s some of my shots
Thanks Andrey, how often do you go to the show?
That was my first time) i found about it because of your blog, so many thanks to you 🙂
im little hard on time, my employers like shifts in weekends, so i duno when i will visit the show next time but look forward to it)
the etobicko show has mostly muscles, if you want to see some classic cars, i can recommend thornhill cruisers meet, http://www.thornhillcruisers.com/index2.html
which i visited this monday.
but i think both shows are really cool.
the thornhill though has more grassy areas and cars not stacked up, so chance to get great shots.
i have a few pics from thornhill on my flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157624188310886/