Vintage car lovers and curious people of all ages gathered at the Vankleek Hill Swap Meet on Saturday, May 19, 2018, to feast their eyes on motorized beauties and nostalgic paraphernalia.
Organized by Les Hatz (of Loud & Dirty fame) and hosted by the Windsor Tavern, the swap meet is a get-together of automotive and motorcycle enthusiasts – the perfect place to share stories, parts and related items.
“It’s a lifestyle gathering,” said Hatz.
“It’s the second year we host this in the Windsor’s parking lot. The fact that we have a nice-size crowd is positive… And it’s growing! People are talking about it and it’ll continue to grow.”
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