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More Classics

A few more shots from Sunday… Way too much to fit into one post 🙂

A couple of Model T’s, which was first introduced in 1908.

A view inside the Hudson, I mentionned yesterday.


Exterior of the Hudson.

Everyone’s favourite 6 o’clock news anchor. This is not the first time Jim Crichton’s been MC at this show.

The work and detail that went into some of those dashes, is amazing.

… Now onto the more modern classics

That’s it until next year… if there is a show next year.


Also, clear your calendar. If you’re free tomorrow night, come by the Gourmet Emporium at the corner of Wyandotte & Chilver in Old Walkerville. The monthly Windsor Area Blogger Meet Up is happening. 7:30-ish or so, until about 10:00 pm.

Feel free to come on by.

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