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SusieQ
07-13-2012, 09:23 PM
On the last weekend in June, the Ontario Chapter of the SDC hosted a meet in Belleville Ontario. The meet was a combination of a celebration of the Ontario Chapter's 40th anniversary and it also honoured r the employees of the Hamilton Plant. There were over 70 cars at the meet. The Hamilton chapter had over 30 of its members in attendance. Larry English who is one of our members submitted these pictures to post. See this link to view them. As you will note, there is quite a variety of vehicles.
http://s1011.photobucket.com/albums/af237/Studiegirl/Made%20In%20Canada%20Meet%20Belleville%20Ontario/

Check out this link too!! http://quintecar.ca/?page_id=2158

Some of the pictures are taken outside a restored BA gas station in Newtonville Ontario. See this link for some background..
http://www.oldgas.com/info/banewtonville.html

wise raymond
07-14-2012, 09:56 AM
Thank you ms SusieQ for sharen. looks like it wasa fun day by all cheers.ray

SN-60
07-14-2012, 10:00 AM
LOVE that two-tone '56 President Pinehurst Wagon!!

Stu Chapman
07-14-2012, 12:21 PM
On the last weekend in June, the Ontario Chapter of the SDC hosted a meet in Belleville Ontario. The meet was a combination of a celebration of the Ontario Chapter's 40th anniversary and it also honoured r the employees of the Hamilton Plant. There were over 70 cars at the meet. The Hamilton chapter had over 30 of its members in attendance. Larry English who is one of our members submitted these pictures to post. See this link to view them. As you will note, there is quite a variety of vehicles.
http://s1011.photobucket.com/albums/af237/Studiegirl/Made%20In%20Canada%20Meet%20Belleville%20Ontario/

Some of the pictures are taken outside a restored BA gas station in Newtonville Ontario. See this link for some background..
http://www.oldgas.com/info/banewtonville.html

Great shots Sue and Roly. Picture #32 features Denton Wright's Grey Ghost that won Best of Show. Pictures 11, 35 and 42 show a blue 64 Daytona convertible that once was one of my company cars at Studebaker. Pictures 9 and 21 are my current red 64 Daytona convertible. Just a little trivia for those who might be interested. It was certainly an excellent meet.
Stu Chapman