Antique & Classic Car Club of Canada Upper Canada Region

Our Club is 50 Plus Years Strong and still working for the future of Old Car Restoration.
Left Picture; UCR's First President Merrill Weekes.
Still going strong in his Model T 

  UCR Membership
      Carol Osborne
       613-398-0741
EMail 
rbrt_osborne@yahoo.ca


Carol's 1939 
Chevrolet
Our Pre-War Show always attracts some of those forgotten Treasures.

Names you have not seen or heard of in a long time.
Featured on the Saturday of our Annual Show 
 Our Car Show has a nice variety of Antique and Special Interest Vehicles.
A wide year range takes you back, no matter what age you are.

The Craft Show and Flea Market has something for everyone. Don't forget to visit our Main & Mini Canteen. Yes we also have a bake table for dessert  
Our Annual Fall Colour Tour is always a Great Adventure. We explore some great back roads in Ontario. We have found some hidden treasure and share lots of laughs on our Weekend away.
We have a die hard group and we go no matter what the weather is like. 
Food you say, yes don't forget the great restaurants we have discovered. We always have fun when we are all together.  
President Bob Osborne 613-398-0741
rbrt_osborne@yahoo.ca
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Bob's 1966
Dodge 
Charger
Al Robinson
613-476-7758, 
E-Mail metn79@bell.net
National Rep./Website
Newsletter Editor. 
Al's 1979 Corvette

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Home Page: 
 -Contact Information
 -Special Meetings 
 -Event Notices            
 -Event Changes
Page 2: 
 -By Monthly Newsletter
 -Classifieds
Page 3:
 -Odessa June Show 
 -Highlights
 -Sponsors
Page 4:
 -Regular Club Meetings
 -Dates, Times &  Places
 -National Website
 - Upper Canada Region              Contacts
 - Club Stores
About Us:
 -Club History
 -Membership Form
 -Some Member's Cars 

Happy 95th Merrill Weekes
Founding Father of  Upper Canada Region Car Club
SPECIAL INTEREST PROJECT

The Hastings/Prince Edward Regiment Museum in Belleville has a 1944 Ford 60CWT army truck with a Ford flathead , RH drive and 4-wheel drive. It is sitting languishing outside and needs some tender loving care. We require some volunteers to help start her, find her some winter storage (indoor warehouse possibly?) make some repairs. During the winter months we will start a fund raising campaign for her. If you know of a reputable Ontario (Quinte?) restoration place/shop we would also listen to suggestions/offers.
Thanks for your attention. Contact: Dick Alford, (613) 779-6956 or e-mail <flowerofscotlandltd@gmail.com