Good crowd at first Cruise Night
of the summer
By Liz Dadson
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One of the more intriguing vehicles on display at the first Kincardine Cruise Night of the summer, was this 1928 Model A Ford "Everything Parade Car," owned by Don McNeil of Brussels, Friday evening in downtown Kincardine
Despite the heavy downpour Friday afternoon, a good crowd turned out for the first Cruise Night of the summer, Friday evening in downtown Kincardine
The 1923 Model T Ford, owned by Phil Armstrong of Tiverton, drew some interested onlookers
Kinetic Knight Bradley Reid (C) assists Emily Mann, 3, of Kincardine, with the robot controls, while her mom, Kaylie, watches, along with Ervin Ibadula (L) and Mathew Strader (R) also of the Kinetic Knights; the robotics team put on a demonstration of the 2013 robot at Cruise Night, Friday, in downtown Kincardine
Helping with the demonstration at Cruise Night are Kinetic Knights Gregory Dadson (L), Stephen Lewis, Luke Splettstoesser, Ervin Ibadula, Gregory Reid and Mathew Strader
A crowd watches the Kinetic Knights robot in action Friday at Cruise Night
Despite a heavy downpour Friday afternoon, the sky cleared and a good crowd turned out that evening for the first Cruise Night of the summer in downtown Kincardine.
There were fewer cars than normal, organizers said, but hundreds of people enjoyed "cruising" through the many vintage, rebuilt and strange-looking vehicles.
Leading the strange-looking category was a 1928 Model A Ford, called the "Everything Parade Car," owned by Don McNeil of Brussels.
Volunteers with the Kincardine and Community Health Care Foundation were on hand, selling 50-50 tickets, as well as tickets to the Third Hospital Lottery which has a cash prize of $25,000, and a prize board worth $35,000.Tickets are $25 each or five for $100; available at:
John Craik of Scotland reaches out and touches the fancy steering wheel on the 1923 Model T Ford owned by Phil Armstrong of Tiverton; Craik and his wife are visiting family from Brampton who decided to visit Kincardine where a friend has a cottage
A 1965 Cobra, owned by Kent and Dale Schaefer of Walkerton
Cruise Night patrons check out a 1954 VW Dune Buggy, owned by Larry Munro of Tiverton
Jack Nancekivell (R), president of the Kincardine and Community Health Care Foundation, persuades Stu Grigg (L) of Kincardine and Fred Gregory of Kitchener to purchase some 50-50 tickets are Cruise Night in downtown Kincardine
The 1952 MG of Scott Nicholson of Kincardine, is admired by the crowd at the first Cruise Night Friday evening in downtown Kincardine
Luke Splettstoesser (R) of the Kinetic Knights, loads the robot, while his teammates Bradley Reid (L) and Gregory Dadson watch
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