Featured Car of the Month
From passionate owners who love their vintage cars!
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.
Like many kids growing up, birthdays and Christmas meant hot wheels, AFX slot cars, and posters of my dream cars on my bedroom walls!
. The one I bought was this Superformance where the chassis was built in a factory in South Africa. Mine was one of the last few to enter Canada.
The Coronet is currently powered by a lightly stroked 440 dual 4/4spd dual quad-833, original six-point cage, Super Stock tub and factory bench.
Out of the corner of my eye, I spotted a bright yellow Mustang, so I circled back to have another look.
Ever since I was a kid, my favourite car was the Porsche, but could never afford one. When I finally could, I bought this one, and have thoroughly enjoyed it.
I fell in love with this car as soon as I saw it!
It all started when my dad and 15 year old me pulled up to the Ancaster swap meet in his 1940 Ford Truck.
The truck runs and drives excellent, but for now my wife and I are looking forward to sunny cruisin’ weather!
This 1965 El Camino was built in Fremont California and it’s a SS clone with HURST accents.
This is my Johnex Cobra, a Canadian Cobra from a small company that is not around anymore.
We have showed the truck at a few competitive shows over last 10 years and it has won several awards under many categories.
Not many people can say they still have their very first car, but I am lucky enough to tell this story about mine.