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How do you describe the Largest GM-Powered Car Show in Canada?
**St. Catharines GM Powertrain Plant, St. Catharines**

Friday August 9th. 2013 is the date for the Country’s biggest All- GM-Powered event north of the border. What’s more? It’s FREE!!!

There is no charge (that’s right…. it’s free!!) for registration; this is a one day event, rain or shine. The registration table opens at 9:00 AM, the show wraps up at 5:00 PM.

Attention, Attention - the STINGRAY is BACK!!! …. first seen in 1963 it disappeared shortly afterward but it’s BACK for 2014. See it first – see it here at the St. Catharines Powertrain Show n’ Shine Car Show.

Registrationcan be done electronically from our site (http://www.gmpowertrain.ca/). There will be a club participation award so tell us what Club you belong to. Goody Bags will be given to the first 250 people to sign in the day of the show!!

We build Corvette, Camaro, Cadillac as well as other great Engines!!

Happy (GM Powered) Motoring
GM POWERTRAIN ST CATHARINES TEAM
PS: You'll need a Passport to enter Canada (& to re-enter US).
 

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I go to this show every year and it is a lot of fun. The factory tour is great, and you even get to see engines running flat out in the Dyno room.

Huge variety of cars are there, lots of Camaros and older stuff. Sadly, not too many G8s last year (other than mine). The factory guys even have lots of parts and cut-aways to explain some of the new technology used in GM engines now.

I highly recommend it, if nothing else than for just a fun, relaxed day in a pretty park next to the Welland Canal.
 

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I go to this show every year and it is a lot of fun. The factory tour is great, and you even get to see engines running flat out in the Dyno room.

Huge variety of cars are there, lots of Camaros and older stuff. Sadly, not too many G8s last year (other than mine). The factory guys even have lots of parts and cut-aways to explain some of the new technology used in GM engines now.

I highly recommend it, if nothing else than for just a fun, relaxed day in a pretty park next to the Welland Canal.
There were ALOT of Camaros last year because there was a Camaro event in town that weekend ;) lol
This year that group is going to the Woodward Dream Cruise.
 
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