Regent shows up on History Road at the Reynolds Museum in Wetaskiwin.
Well we were out and about again with a visit back in time. June 8 & 9 2019 saw Regent Classic Cars take its 1932 Ford Model B and its 1937 Ford 3 window coupe up to Wetaskiwin to the Reynolds Museum to participate in the History Road car show. And what a show it was, with 477 vehicles ranging from the early 1900's up to some late model entries, indeed it was pleasing for both participants and spectators alike. With vehicles from every depiction they were lined up as far as the eye could see. And yet again Regent Classic Cars proved to be a real crowd favorite with its two entries. It was and is The Ultimate Car Show, and a fine job the folks at the Reynolds Museum did to orchestrate and finalize the arrangements whether in chronological order, club affiliation,or model designation. It is safe to say we will be back next year.
1937 Coupe & 1967 Mustang on Display at Saskatoon Car Show
The latest show for the Regent Classic Car collection was the Draggins 59th Annual Rod and Custom show which took place April 19 & 20 at the World Trade Centre in Prairieland Park Saskatoon Sask. A gathering of the best of the best from all over and a truly fantastic job of organizing by the Draggins Car Club. The show was nothing less than spectacular having 250 entrants indoors and a group of about 25 outside . The Good Friday crowd was strong from the opening of the doors until they closed at 10pm with Saturday being as strong during the day. Regent Classic Cars showed off its 1937 Ford 3 window coupe and the 1967 Ford Mustang GT-A Convertible to a very appreciative crowd and came home with no less than 4 awards. 1937 Ford 3-window Coupe won the Best Wild Paint, The Hot Rod Sweepstakes awards, and took home 2nd place in the 1936-1948 Street Rod Coupe Class The 1967 Mustang took 2nd place in the Restored Convertibles Class The big show stopper was the full custom 1957 Chevrolet that won the 2018 Ridler Award at Detroit Autorama. And on hand to sign autographs and pictures of the car was Johnny Martin himself, the creator of this magnificent automobile. A good time was had by all and another great showing for [...]
The 2018 Cars and Guitars Festival took over Medicine Hat this past weekend, kicking off Friday with a Classic Car Cruise through the city's downtown, followed by a Car Show Saturday which included over 400 vehicles. Regent Classic Cars showed off their 1967 Ford Mustang GTA Convertible, as well as the 1037 Ford 3-window Coupe Custom. The Coupe, like always, was a fan favorite, taking home Top 10 People's Choice Award.
Over 20,000 people strolled through the BMO Centre last weekend (Feb. 23-25) to feast their eyes on the 250 world class vehicles that were on display. Regent Classic Cars showed off its 1937 Ford 3-Window Coupe Custom. Not only did the Hot Rod turn heads, it dominated the Custom Hot Rod Class winning top honors and the Outstanding Custom Hot Rod Title. To top the weekend off, the Hot Rod was named as 1 of 6 finalist for the Jim Leslie Award, which is given out to the best overall vehicle of the entire show. "I am very pleased with the outcome of the show", said Kevin Ross, GM of Regent Classic Cars, "We worked hard to prepare the car properly for this high level of competition, to come home with 3 awards is awesome."
Regent Classic Cars (RCC) will be attending the Calgary World of Wheels event on February 23-25, 2018.
RCC will be showing their 1937 Ford 3-Window Coupe Custom. It is expected that there will be close to 50,000 people attending the weekend event, for more information please visit the World of Wheels website: www.autorama.com