Rain puts damper on final
Cruise Night of the summer

By Liz Dadson

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Kevin Mowle (R) of Kincardine shares with onlookers some information about his family's 1923 Ford Model T "Ames" which is an after-market American-made body put on a Canadian chassis, during Cruise Night Friday evening in downtown Kincardine

Bob Ireland (R) discusses the merits of this 1934 Ford Model BB truck owned by Gay Lea (Teeswater Creamery) in Teeswater, at Cruise Night in Kincardine

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation "Pink Tour" bus made a stop in downtown Kincardine during Cruise Night

Pouring rain Friday evening put a damper on the final Cruise Night of the summer in downtown Kincardine.

About 150 vintage vehicles and sports cars showed up for the event but within an hour, following a second heavy downpour, most of the crowd and the cars had left.

There were some interesting vehicles on display, including a 1923 Ford Model T "Ames," owned by Kevin and Joan Mowle of Kincardine. It is an after-market American-made body put on a Canadian chassis.

Also on the street was a 1934 Ford Model BB truck, owned by Gay Lea (Teeswater Creamery) in Teeswater.

And the 1973 BMW, Model 3.0CSI, that Uwe Wulff of Mannheim drove up from London for the car show.


This 1973 BMW, Model 3.0CSI, is owned by Uwe Wulff of Mannheim

This 1930 Ford Coupe is owned by Ross Pratt of Kincardine, on display at Cruise Night, Kincardine

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