Hagerty Drivers Club Tour Proves a Hit

On August 7, Hagerty Drivers Club hosted a fun day out for classic car enthusiast members. (Photos: Huw Evans and courtesy of Hagerty)

On August 7, Hagerty Drivers Club organized a classic car tour from MacMaster Buick GMC in Orangeville, to Radical Restoration in Innisfil, Ont.

The objective was to get Hagerty Drivers Club members together for a casual social event followed by a cruise to a prominent hot rod and restoration shop.

This was the second such event organized by Hagerty insurance in Ontario and a sizeable number of classic and special interest car enthusiasts took part.

Participants gathered at MacMaster Buick GMC in Orangeville at 9.30 am, registered for the event and departed for an hour and half cruise on picturesque backroads to Innisfil, just south of Barrie, Ont. At the destination, lunch and beverages were served, followed by a tour of Radical Restoration, one of the most prominent hot rod and classic car restoration facilities in Canada.

According to Andrew Count, Canadian Events Coordinator, for Hagerty, the event was a chance for enthusiasts to get together during the week, enjoy their vehicles, share their passion and stories and cruise to a specific destination. Given the success of this event, others are likely to follow later this year.

For more details, visit: Hagerty.ca

On August 7, Hagerty Drivers Club organized a classic car cruising event in South Central Ontario.
Classic and special interest vehicle owners from all walks of life participated in this fun event.
Cars ranged from ’50s classics to ’80s and ’90s icons.
This 1971 Corvette packed the fabled 330 hp solid lifter LT-1 engine
Hagerty Canadian Event coordinator Andrew Count chats with a member of the local media at MacMaster Buick GMC.
This cherry 1969 Stingray roadster sported a 427 big-block V8
Small block Chevy V8 is still a prime choice for hot rodders
Attendees sign up to register their vehicles for the event.
It didn’t take long for the parking lot to fill up with classic cars and trucks.
On the road out of Orangeville behind Old Edd’s 1987 Dodge Ram pickup.
This 1964 Ford Galaxie was the perfect vehicle for cruising Ontario back roads.
A 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera is highly sought after today.
30 years separate this shoebox Chevy and Trans Am, but the engines in each have direct lineage.
Hardworking team from Hagerty, Andrew Count (L) and Michelle Henderson.
Final stop for the tour was Radical Restoration in Innisfil, Ont.

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