Although no longer on the island, Randy’s 58 Impala is an “iconic” Cruiser’s car, part of our logo.
Carol’s 1965 Barracuda
Fred & Carol’s 2004 Corvette
Our corvette is a 2004 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. It has the LS1 – 5.7L liter motor. According to the build sheet the motor is 350 HP but the person who I bought the car from 31/2 years ago insisted it was 450 HP. It is an 4 speed automatic w/overdrive with many options. My interest in cars has been since I was a kid, having owned many cars with my favorite being a 1958 Pontiac Parisenne, the car I wished I still owned today. The corvette was bought on-line from a lady in Coquitlam who owned 3 vehicles and had to reduce to one. Fortunately my car was one she let go.
Jill’s 1959 Austin
Dennis & Moira’s 1927 Willys Overland Whippet
Gregg’s – 1949 Panhead with a Shovel Top End – I built this bike in 1976, sold it in 2000 and re acquired it last year and am restoring it to as shown.
Gregg’s – 2006 V8 Rigid Frame Chopper – Stroked 350 (to 383) Dart Engine with 425Hp
Gregg’s – 2003 Street Monster built by Minneapolis Custom Cycles with a 124 Cu In. S&S motor at 145 HP on the dyno.
Gregg’s – 1997 Heritage Classic
Gregg’s – 1980 FXWG Harley Wide Glide (the only one that is eligible for collector plates)
Gregg’s – Rev-Teck Rigid Chopper that I bought on Gabriola (from Rolly Montrose) for my son that I’m apparently getting back.
Gregg’s – 2001 Ultra Classic HD that was a Shriner’s bike so it came with all the bling.
Gregg’s – 1947 Knucklehead back in 1974 – I now have found all the original parts except the engine and am slowly restoring it.
Gregg’s – 2002 Honda Goldwing – After owning almost 40 Harley’s over the years I decided to step over to the DARK SIDE and try the fruit from the poison tree.
Gregg’s – 1959 Corvette owned since 1977 (45 years)
Walt’s 1960 Corvette
Purchased in the summer of 1975. In 1997 installed a 1985 balanced 350 cu.in. electronic fuel injected Corvette TPI motor and a 700R4 4spd. automatic transmission. Added front disc brakes and power steering. The wheels are 7” wide Chevy rally wheels. In 2013 the car was completely stripped of paint and an original factory colour laquer paint applied. No body or frame modifications were necessary.
Lori and Warren’s 2007 BMW Z4. He is the newest addition to our automotive family which we got in summer. Our last convertible was a Smart car so this one is quite a difference for us
Dave’s 1965 Austin Healey
Bruce’s 2004 Mazda Miata
Bruce’s Porsche 011
Moira’s 1993 Thunderbird
Doug’s 1962 Austin Healey
Lining up for Canada Day Parade 2021
Lining up for Canada Day Parade 2021
Canada Day Parade – 90 year old gentleman sits in a 94 year old Whippet
Debbie and Rob own this 2009 Mazda MX-5. It’s called “Tweety.” We bought it used two years ago and it’s in stock condition. It’s the first “fun” car that I’ve ever owned. MX-5’s are renown for their handling, and I can see why. It’s great fun to zip around the Island, and because it’s a convertible with a very low center of gravity, it feels like you’re speeding even when you’re accidentally below the speed limit. The power retractable hard top is a brilliant feature, allowing the car to transform from a coupe to a convertible in 12 seconds, while even retaining a modest but useful trunk space. It’s half coupe and half roadster, so we call it a “coupster.” Best of all, you can turn the key and it simply works every time.
Wayne & Carol’s 1989 Mazda RX-7 Convertible, Red (Stock)
Art & Debbie’s 1958 Triumph TR3
Murray’s 1974 Triumph TR6, Carmine Red, modified
Murray’s 1967 Pontiac Firebird Sprint. OHC6 4 speed, Madeira maroon metallic/ Black
Randy & Catherine’s 1964 Thunderbird and 1956 Chevrolet Pickup
Marshall’s 2021 Mini Cooper SE, all electric
Garry’s Sunbeam Tiger
Fred & Kelly’s Dodge Magnums: Our real collector car now is our newly acquired 2008 Dodge Magnum AWD Hemi. They changed the Magnum’s interior and exterior that year before abruptly stopping the production of the Magnum during the 2008 financial crash in United States. It’s one of only 216 produced worldwide, one in 15 in Canada, and the only one with the new colour Dark Titanium Clearcoat for that year. We also have a 2006 Dodge Magnum AWD Hemi silver in colour.
Val and Jeff’s 1928 Ford Model A
Hello Dennis, thank you for reaching out. I am excited to be a part of the club My car is a 2007 Shelby GT 500, 5.4 v8 super charged with some upgrades. About 750hp to flywheel, 6 spd tremic. Car has some Shelby upgrades, 50th anniversary super snake wheels and brake upgrades among other items. 22,000 Kms. Looking forward to doing some cruising with the club starting with Canada Day. Best regards Darren.
Heather & Garth’s fully restored 1976 MGB
Tony’s pair of Jaguars with sequential plates
Rosemary and Russ’ 1997 Jaguar XK8