Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Monday, October 10, 2016
One weekend back in late August I happened across some classic and sports cars in the Byward Market. I have more of these in the next couple of days. To my fellow Canadians, Happy Thanksgiving! And to my American readers, have a good Columbus Day.
Happy Thanksgiving, William! I love vintage, and these cars are fantastic! :)ReplyDelete
I love the ORANGE car :)ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving, William. Beautiful classic automobiles.ReplyDelete
What a beauties! All so well taken care off.ReplyDelete
Always fun to photograph classic cars.ReplyDelete
That is always fun to watch the cars so close.ReplyDelete
To the europeans do not you tell us anything ...? You has forgotten it (just kidding).ReplyDelete
i like the 70s muscle car era best. :)ReplyDelete
Nice old beauties William, the black car in the second, third and fourth is my favourite pick.. very Elliott Ness :)ReplyDelete
i really like the 2nd one! hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving! i didnt even realize it was columbus day!ReplyDelete
I love these classic cars, William !ReplyDelete
Funny how I grew up with these cars and didn't consider them classics at all. I owned a 37 Chevy, a 50 Plymouth, a 57 Ford, a 56 Chevy, a 56 Ford convertible ... well you get the picture.ReplyDelete
@Gunn: it does stand out.
@Marleen: the owners do a good job of that.
@Stefan: it is, yes.
@Marianne: I agree.
@Tex: it is a good one.
@Grace: that is my pick too.
@Tanya: thank you.
@Karl: they are good photo subjects.
@Lowell: that's a lot of cars.
Some great old cars and great photos. Do you suppose my 66 chevy biscayne will ever make it as a classic car? Ha! ha!ReplyDelete
I love these classic cars!ReplyDelete
I enjoy seeing classic cars!ReplyDelete
Snap! We have a similar theme today. How nice to have Thanksgiving in October. Further away from Christmas than the November date for USA.ReplyDelete
Wow, some really snazzy looking cars! I think that first one is my favorite.ReplyDelete
@Red: possibly not!ReplyDelete
@Tamago: thank you.
@Lauren: it makes sense to me.
@Sharon: they were well cared for.
Some nice classic cars there. Happy Thanksgiving William!ReplyDelete
I always enjoy this kind of show!ReplyDelete
Very cool. I love the older cars--late 30s and early 40s. My favorite older car is a '40 Ford coupe. Or maybe a 34-35 ford 5 window coupe--or maybe.....................ReplyDelete
Oh, my, what beauties! Happy Thanksgiving to you, William. I'm celebrating Indigenous People's Day!ReplyDelete
HAPPY THANKSGIVING WILLIAM! These are awesome, but is that a Sunbeam Alpine in the top shot?!!!! Inexplicably my dream car as a child!ReplyDelete
(Slightly late) Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
These are some amazing looking cars. Even the one new car I've had was never as shiny as these, not to mention as immaculate, either.
the hubby recognized the first one as a sunbeam tiger ... nice!ReplyDelete
@RedPat: me too.
@MB: a lot of those early cars have class.
@Catalyst: that's a better way to look at Columbus Day.
@Cloudia: Beth's hubby seems to think it's a Tiger. As I'm lousy at identifying most cars, I'll go with that.
@Kay: cars we buy today won't be around in sixty years. They're not built to last anymore.
@Beth: thanks for the ID!
The black car in the second through fourth photos is pretty special.ReplyDelete
Great autos. Already commented on the other one.ReplyDelete
Such pride in their machines!ReplyDelete
@Jack: I agree.ReplyDelete