If you’re ever in north central Alberta, you don’t want to miss the Reynolds Alberta Museum. It’s a massive collection devoted to all kinds of moving machines, especially cars, trucks and aircraft. June 8th and 9th this year was the History Road show, which had cars lined up by the year starting at 1903 and heading up into the 80′s. Vehicles were on hand from the museum’s vast collection as well as many enthusiast entries from all over western Canada – around 600 in total.
This was a great chance to see some of the lesser-know makes and models. While there was plenty of Detroit muscle around, some of the highlights were historical gems like the stalwart General Motors Truck, the luxuriant Locomobile, the Harley Earl finned masterpiece ’48 Cadillac and many more that helped make the 20th century American car geist.
We’ve got a bunch more pictures from this show here. Besides the static displays there were various moving vehicles to see. One of my favorite displays were these old-timers – a couple of Model T’s and a Massey-Harris: