Stepping into a Cruise-In hosted by a Road Legends Cruisers is like going behind in time. When surrounded by so many classical cars, we can’t assistance though ask yourself ‘What year is it again?’

The Southern Ontario section of a Cruisers, run by Yves Ouellette, organizes these events 6 nights a week, from May to October. People are invited to showcase their easy classical cars, mostly swapping records and trade secrets with any other.

We visited Whitby, Ont., recently for a Cruise-In hosted by ’50s and ’60s caf� Shake, Rabble, and Roll.

While there we took in some singular sights:

  • A 1932 Ford pickup that was discovered from a junkyard and totally refurbished by a owner. Note a appealing matte black finish!
  • A 1976 Australian Ford Falcon XB, that is one of usually a handful left in Canada, a owners estimates. “It’s a lot of fun, it handles great, (and) it moves like a frightened kangaroo,” he said. “It’s substantially a automobile I’m going to keep forever.”

As if a possibility to see singular classical cars wasn’t reason adequate to check out a Cruise-In, there’s also a gift component trustworthy to a events. Over a past few years, a Cruisers have been lifting income for a Grandview Children’s Centre in Durham Region – final year, they lifted $7,200.

What’s your favourite classical Ford car? Let us know in a comments below.