Vintage Wheels and Wings

Hundreds of classic cars and the people who love them turned up at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Mt. Hope Sunday for Vintage Wheels and Wings, a chance to enjoy old cars, old planes and the memories they conjure. Here’s a look. – Barry Gray

Kitchener’s Gregory Boyington, sporting some gear from the Pacific conflict, examines one of the cars.

As the Lancaster fires her engines, visitors queue up with cameras and phones to get a picture.

An old Pontiac, its chrome engine gleaming, sits in front of a Harvard.

An old Pontiac, its chrome engine gleaming, sits in front of a Harvard.

Photographers had a field day with their subjects.

The Canadian Coach, a replica of the Munster’s car from the popular 1960’s sitcom, was a hit for fans.

The Munster replica car features a plaque signed by Butch Patrick, who played Eddie Munster on the TV show.

Finding a spot in the shade next to ‘Hot Gen’, to take in the passing cars.

Gavin Norman keeps a shine on his ’64 Vette.

A message to passengers.

John Kaumeyer drives his ’72 Corvette beside a plane to get a picture.

Moving cars in and out of coveted spots just inside the hangar doors.

A crystal skull and hand grenade adorn this souped up Ford.

A unique license plate on one man’s passion.

Trucks, cars, motorcycles – all on display.

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