Antique car show in Sutton draws a huge crowd
By M. H. Starhemberg
A great crowd of vintage and specialty car lovers congregated to Sutton on Sunday afternoon to experience a superb display of vehicles, from vintage, classic, modified to modern exotic. A numberof vintage motorcycles were also on display, topped by the incomprable Ariel of Chris Shearwood who has possibly the finest collection of this rare breed in Quebec.
This is going to be an annual event, stated Mr. Dwayne McKenney, the organizer of this first presentation of vintage vehicles in downtown Sutton in a decade. There had been a higly successful antique cars show in town, annually organized by Lyndon Gilker, but since he moved to Virginia, the event had lapsed. From the joy people derived at Sunday's event, this will be a huge success. The retaurant terraces were full, there was not a parking space to be had but people did not mind. The whold town gathered at Sutton's public square to embrace the lovely cars, their friendly owners and the great spirit of meeting with friends and neighbors.