The Port Stanley Lions Friday Night Cruise continues to light up the streets every week from 5 p.m. to dusk, in the Mackie’s parking lot, 124 William Street. Lion Harry Bishop, 76, launched the cruise in 2019. Dozens of antique vehicles from across Elgin County and beyond frequent the event well into the fall, weather permitting.
Master car rebuilder Ken Hindley, of Union, likes to showcase his creative projects, including this 1932 Plymouth, a rare convertible, four seater, that the former Union fire chief rebuilt for the Jones family of Toronto. Hindley’s Garage was once a household name in the region. It was run by Hindley’s father Don, but torn down about five years ago.
Joyce Gracey, of London, enjoys her husband Bob’s 1968 Pontiac Firebird, and a period tray of fast food.
Dave Richardson, of Talbotville, has owned this 1937 Ford Slam Back for 20 years.
Hilton Brock, 18, of Charlotte, North Carolina, shows off a 1957 Mercury pickup, with a full back window, owned by St. Thomas’ Bill Rose.