|Mustangs out in force|
Arriving home from our Finger Lakes tour, we had plenty of time to refuel and head south to Greely for the annual Wicked Garage Open House, where a charity barbecue is held but a lot of interesting cars from Eastern Ontario and Quebec put in an appearance. Besides have the opportunity to speak with the owners of neat cars, you also can see what is cooking in the Wicked Garage garage.
|Fox-body Mustang with distinctive artwork|
|Triumph TR4, built from 1961 to 1964|
|Oldsmobile Muscle Cars|
|1956 Meteor Crown Victoria Rideau, built by Ford in Oakville, Ontario, to compete with Pontiac in the Canadian market. 2,110 Victoria Rideau Hardtops were built that year.|
|Wherever it goes, this truck built for SEMA attracts a lot of attention|
In the Wicked Garage shop, there were some exotics as well as project cars. A vintage Cadillac that we saw last year has been completed and was in for some minor adjustment and I spoke to the owner for a while about it. A comfortable land yacht, by his account.
|Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder|
|An Austin-Healey project underway|
|Pickup truck project|
And of course you can always count on a few Corvettes making the scene as well:
|Handsome C5 Coupe owned by the President of the Capital Corvette Club|
|1972 Corvette Coupe, one of the desirable "chrome bumper" models built from 1969 to 1972.|
|The C5 Corvette on the right is a 2004 LeMans Commemorative Edition|
|Restomodded First Generation Corvette|