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Creemore Classics (Posted On: Tuesday, September 02, 2008)

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Bryan Davies Photography is venturing into book publishing by producing their first pictorial coffee table book. “Creemore Classics” contains 52 pages of classic and antique automobiles, several from this area. “With the help of writers like Alex Hargrave and Marion Abbey, we have maintained a local focus on these timeless treasures.” says Bryan Davies, editor and photographer on the project.

Some of the featured vehicles are Murray Stephens’ 1918 Ford Model T Truck (Glencairn) and George Scriver’s 1911 Ford Runabout (Dunedin) and Bill Bendell’s 1933 Frontenac (Creemore).  Along with a number of 1940s, 50s and 60s classic beauties. One section of the book details the history of Copper Kettle Classics Car Show from its early beginnings in 1983 to the highly successful and well attended event held each year by Creemore Springs Brewery.

The book was designed by Corey Finkelstein of Inzane Planet and printed and bound in Creemore by Gary Page of Page Graphics. The printing paper was made using Windpower. It’s encouraging to know that the entire book was created and produced locally.

Creemore Classics is now available at Curiosity House Books and Gallery in Creemore.

For more information contact: Bryan Davies 705-466-5775,


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