Classics sports cars
My Life With Buicks
For Keith Horsfall of Alliston, Ont., Buicks have always been a part of his life. The moment he laid eyes on a Buick his father bought in the late 1940s, Keith has never wanted another car. Today, Keith and his wife, Wendy, continue to buy, sell, own and love Buicks. Read his story in the July issue of More of Our Canada.
A 1912 McLaughlin touring car on display at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin, Alta. The museum traces the technological change in transportation, aviation, agriculture and industry from the 1890s to the present. It’s named after Mr. Stan Reynolds, a Wetaskiwin businessman who donated a core collection of 1,500 artifacts to the province of Alberta.
Customized 1965 Riveria
Keith customized this 1965 Riveria by removing the door handles, moving the antenna, changing the interior front seats, building a new instrument panel with electronic gauges, and installing a new sound system. Nice paint job, too!
Restored 1932 McLaughlin
Keith’s friend Stan Munro of Edson, Alta., restored this 1932 McLaughlin that was owned by his father. Keith and his wife Wendy paid Stan a visit back in 2005, while touring western Canada.