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Ancaster Swap Meet 2010

Spring and Driving Season Are Here!

The Ancaster Swap Meet put on by the BSCC and the AHCSO says it is so!
This time the new Marritt Hall was completed so every one had a warm place to set up.

I started my time there going around outside where there was a wealth of cars, parts and projects.

It was a while 'til I got inside. I got to the club table and met with Roger, Tony, and our new Chairman Andy. After that it was off to Paul Plunkett and his V8 Mini to get pictures for Elva.

By the time I was finished with Paul's Mini the place was starting to clear out as the vendors left. That was pretty much my day.

Here are my pictures, if anyone can add any bits of info, or send me some more pictures I'll take them.


Its time to check various vital fluids, evict any squatters, belt up the bonnet and get out there!



1958 Austin A95 belonging to Mike Fox





Jeff Fenwick's Real Mini







This is a 1958 Ford Prefect. I remember, from somewhere, that the chrome bonnet ornament was from that year only.

But I could be wrong. CARVAQ's picasa site has it listed as a 1962 Anglia belonging to Harry Potter. It has a sign!!

David Wood April 22 2010

Wrong again Wood!!
I need to work on my French. The caption for the CARVAQ picture actually is more along the lines of, "Ford Anglia 1962, the flying car from Harry Potter"

Lets try this again. Who's car is this. I have a blow up from the CARVAQ picasa site picture. It's a bit pixilated (a reason why I like big pictures), but it is all I have and almost readable! I stress, almost.

David Wood April 23 2010

We have the real poop here!!

This car is a 1962 Ford Popular Anglia owned by club member Mark Guy

I drive it as often as possible and have driven it as far east as Bronte Park and as far west as Plymouth Michigan. I thoroughly enjoy driving it. It's a 3spd stick right hand drive and will not go to much over 55 miles per hour.

It was originally exported to New Zealand. It, then, came to the U.S. sometime in it's life and was brought to the Toronto RM auction in October '06. We bid on it and brought it home to London Ontario.

It is not the "Harry Potter" flying anglia!

I don't have much history about it because. I know it was in the U.S. because there is an oil change sticker on the bonnet from Wisconsin.

See you on the road........ Mark Guy

David Wood May 1 2010









This Mini was for sale.







This Mini wasn't for sale.







Kirk Blake-Dickson is behind that pointing finger!!

He is just on his way back home.







At last! A Morgan I can afford :)









A Blown Mini





Roger Tipple's new baby. An MG Metro Turbo.











Paul Plunkett's newest project.
A lot of what is under the skin is Pontiac Fiero.
It is essentially a street car.
If all goes well a track version will be coming up.



Dave and Elva at the club table



And our new Chairman of the Board!!
Andy Procktor took up the reigns of the club



A new dealer sticker for my collection



This is a little footnote for Jim Roseborough



Other pictures from the web

The British Sportscar Club's pictures
       Paul Dullaert’s Rolls

Niagara British Car Club's pictures

The Ontario Jaguar Owners' Association's pictures




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