Featured Car of the Month
From passionate owners who love their vintage cars!
I have always wanted to get a DeLorean since I was 5 year year old boy after seeing Back To The Future.
This is the definition of a hot rod! My 1924 Model T Pickup has been totally restored from the ground up.
In his early 20’s, My father-in-law had an opportunity to buy a green 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme off a lady’s parents that he worked with for 50 dollars.
I used to have a 1965 Corvette when I was younger. Weird thing is that I bought it the day Charles and Diana got married and I sold it the day she died.
I am the second owner of the 73 since 1992. In a nutshell, save and except a frame off, the 73 was completely rebuilt.
Marcel Pepping of Stratford has owned this 1959 Ford Edsel Ranger since January of 2003.
After the restoration was completed, first question from my wife was, “What did you do to my car ???” LOL
Almost all of us as PCA Members have the pleasure of owning a classic German automobile, more specifically a Porsche. I personally have owned a 1977 911S since 1998.
I bought this 1969 Pontiac Acadian when I was 18 years old. I built a motor for it and mostly just cruised in it in my young years.
I bought this 1971 T-Bird from my cousin in 1975. He got it from William’s Mercury in Port Perry.
I then found my dream car, a 2006 Honda S2000 with about 60,000 km, from a Honda dealership in TEXAS!
I feel like I’m the luckiest guy in the world to have had the opportunity to own my dream car!
Many swap meets, horse trading, much help from friends and 18 years later, we managed to complete an accurate late 40s style 1932 Ford 5 window coupe.
This car has a Cobra engine in it which gives this mustang a little more pep than the regular GT.
This 1955 Chevrolet 3100 model is an older restoration, however it is sound and solid.