Being such a big event, I’ve split the Canadian International AutoShow into multiple posts. This is the first.
Currently, somewhere on the 700 level of the Metro Toronto Convention Center, there’s a dark room filled with serious old-school metal work. Curves, lines and styling that today’s cars have long forgotten about fill this room and the adjacent hallway. This collection of vintage machinery is called:
Auburn Boat Tail Speedster
Delahaye Teardrop Coupe
But wait, there’s more
Above is Canada’s oldest motor vehicle, or steam buggy. A lever controlled steam powered thing with four wheels.
Of course, there are more photos from Art & the Automobile. The rest of the photography can be found on my Flickr.
Photography and words by Gray Schilling.
More to come from CIAS 2015