Every Easter, the Vintage Car Club of Canada has a car parade where their members can show off their classic cars, at Oakridge Mall, Vancouver. The cars are parked in a secured area for a few hours, where we can photograph and talk to their owners, before the police escort leads them to Steveston
Vancouver Police Department
riding their Harley Davidson police cruisers.
There is quite the mix of turn of the century horseless carriages up to 60's muscle cars. Notice that even Tim Hortons was there giving away Timbits (Donut holes) & either hot chocolate or coffee.
I am more selective with my photos but I couldn't help but notice this Barracuda, formula "S", 340 cu in two door hardtop. I had a similar Barracuda but with the smaller 318ci engine
The car that belongs to this iconic emblem was a vintage 2 door model with right-hand drive
I am drawn "like a magnet" to these old MG models, having nearly bought one back in the 70's, until I discovered that they had wooden frames
It was here that I "bumped" into a fellow photographer and blogger, Wayne. Our paths seem to criss cross a lot for when I notice photos that he posts, often I am in the same area. One day soon we are going to walk together for an afternoon.
I think he is more comfortable "behind" the camera, rather than in front. So here is a rare shot of Wayne "in action"
His blog is on my sidebar, or you can click HERE
Here are a few snippets of some of the cars . . .