On the Queensway, in Toronto, Saturday night is for cruising…classic cars, that is. In the Canadian Tire parking lot near Sherway Gardens, the hot rods, rat rods, and vintage vehicles of all types start rolling in around five p.m. Owners buy a parking spot for $15 and the proceeds go to Darling House for Kids, a palliative care center for children. For spectators like myself, it’s free. Want to know a little bit more about the cars? The owners usually set up in folding chairs nearby. Some even sit in their vehicles. Others have print outs propped in the windshield outling the car’s provenance. I got there and started roaming around at 5:30 p.m. Just in time for magic hour to take a few shots. Love these cars!! Runs mid-May to early October.Herbie the Love Bug!1968 Camaro1949 GMC truck1932 Buick1966 Corvair1958 Chevy Nomad1967 Ford Galaxy1950s Lincoln1967 Barracuda1969 General Lee Charger1949 Chevy1930 Chevy1923 Durant StarMystery motorbike. I can just see Batman flying around on this rig.
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