Author: lcmmoto

The astounding full-sized replica of the fabled Avro Arrow has a home in the Edenvale Aviation Heritage Museum at Edenvale Aerodrome.

Edenvale Arrow

The original star-crossed Avro Arrow met an unfortunate end before it had a chance to prove itself. This wonderful tribute has survived.

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Open Wheel Racing

The Thrill of Open Wheel Racing

While it can’t be claimed that open-wheeled race cars are the safest thing to get your jollies in, there is no doubt that they are probably the purest 4-wheeled racing vehicles and the thrills certainly never stop.

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Lucky Dog

Lucky Dog

Along with all of us here at Moto/ology Magazine, these “Lucky Dogs” celebrated a well-deserved class win in the hotly-contested Canadian racing series!

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Ghost Riders

38 vintage Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts came to the Trail of the Hoodoos Tour. All made the demanding trek with a minimum of fuss.

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Ford Show

When Ford Had A Better Idea

While GM flaunted their glitzy Parade of Progress, Motorama and other big travelling extravaganzas, Ford also jumped on the auto-tradeshow bandwagon but with a more subtle approach.

Ford of Canada has displayed its products at special shows for over a century in Canada.

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Flying Bug

Flying Bug

Ettore Bugatti’s genius wasn’t limited to successful Race cars. In collaboration with another visionary, engineer Louis de Monge, they produced the astounding 100P racing plane.

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BNC Special: Ford-powered French Charm

Bollack, Netter et Cie was a French automobile manufacturer in the late 1020s and produced some very interesting vehicles. Several achieved racing success and fame including the “special” entered in the first race at Watkins Glen.

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