Welcome to the new website for the Edmonton & Area 567 Car Club, an organization dedicated to the Support, Promotion, Restoration and Preservation of General Motors vehicles from 1955, 1956 and 1957. These vehicles include Corvettes, Pontiac, Chevrolet and GMC Trucks from this time period.

Our organization operates out of the city of Edmonton, but takes members from all over Alberta, including municipalities spanning from Grande Prairie to Lloyrminster, from Fort MacMurray to Red Deer.

If you have any inquiries about the Edmonton & Area 567 Club - feel free to send an email to edmonton567@live.com

The Edmonton & Area 567 Club is a paid membership hobbyist group, but there are many benefits of joining, including

-Contests and Prizes
-Public events to show off your hard work
-Insurance benefits for joining
-and more!

If interested, download the MEMBERSHIP FORM and follow instructions to join.


Meeting Minutes for September 2016

The Edmonton & Area 567 club September General meeting Minutes
7 p.m Drillers Lounge, Airways Inn, Nisku Ab. 9 members present.

Minutes from August meeting were read by Roy M. & accepted by all present. Welcome to Warren Lee & Glen Kaminsky for joining our group..

Club Prez. thanked the small amount of members that assisted in making the Show n Shine successful. Special thank you to the wives and their friends for their help as well. Thanks goes out to Jim K for all his duties too. The folks at Canadian Tire were impressed & want us back for next year.

Treasurer’s report was given by Jim K. The final numbers were present for the Show n Shine. Again the Club’s bank account was not affected, all costs were covered by our sponsors. THANK-YOU to Them!!! The club account balance was given & accepted by all present.

Bowties vs the World:
A discussion on the show n shine was held and some of the ideas that were brought forward were touched on. What with this being a new venue for our event, we did see some issues arise.  A donation to the Kids with Cancer from the total registration received will be $2200.00. A cheque for this amount will be presented to them ASAP. All the Photos and results are posted on our website, Check them out!

Some ideas that were mentioned, is to I.D the ballot pails a little better. The ballot pails for each class had the class marked on the lids but some members suggested that each pail should be numbered to correspond with the way the ballots sheet were printed with each class numbered on them. It may reduce ballots misplaced in the wrong pails. We have
to re-design the ramp for those “low riders” that want to park on the grassy area. It seems that the ramp was a wee bit tough to drive onto & also to add another ramp was brought forward.
The registration time may be moved ahead to 9 a.m instead of the 8 a.m (that 8 a.m time, we have had for many years). This time change may give us more time to set up. This may help ONLY if all members come out to help set up the venue before the entrants arrive.  Signage around the new site has to be improved, this idea will be addressed for next year. Having the Boy Scouts attend the BBQ booth was Great! They will be invited back next year as well. The addition of the “Best Early Hot-rod” class was a good idea, & the rest of the award classes will remain. These are always depending on our sponsors. As always we NEED ALL members to assist to make this event to run smoothly. Thank-you cards to all sponsors are to be completed by Jim soon.

New Business:
The Car Club license plate project by Roy M. is deferred to our October meeting.
The club will be at the Red Deer swap meet Oct 8. The club trailer will be there to promote our club with a club table plus Roy & Jim are buying a table each. so 3 tables are booked. This was accepted by all present. The club has also booked 3 tables (1 each for Jim & Roy) and 1 for the Club at the Stony Plain swap meet in November.

November meeting will have a guest speaker, Mr. Reg Adams is slated to attend and bring forth his concept of his about plan on holding a swap meet in city of Edmonton & having us involved with him.

The discussion of getting a 2017 calendar done was brought forward. The 2016 calendar was a big success & plans to do another one were widely accepted by all present. Roy M. will look at some locations for a photo shoot.. When and where will be discussed soon. The season & weather plays a big issue & this project should be done soon. The club will contact all members about bringing their rides out for the photo shoot.

The Website numbers for August were brought forward. We received a little over 2,400 views (wrongly stated during the meeting as 11,000) , with the Pro-Stock Show n Shine & our info on the B vs W event were the most visited.

The Car club’s Annual Christmas supper is slated for December 7 & again Don C. to make all the arrangements, Stay Tuned !!! Thanks Don!
A brief Swap n Shop was then held and there was No 50/50 draw this time..
The meeting ended @ 8:50 p.m
Minutes recorded by: Keith G ( Bernie M, was not present)
Next meeting @ 7 p.m on October 5th @ the Driller’s lounge, Airways Inn. Nisku Ab.


Are You Missing your Bow-Ties Commemorative Photo?

To Entrants in the 2016 16th Annual Bow-Ties vs the World Show and Shine Event,

If you have not yet received a picture of your vehicle - please contact Roy @ 780-909-2283 to see if he has it ready for you and you can arrange to pick the photo up.

The Edmonton & Area 567 Chevy Club

Bow-Ties vs the World Gallery - Events and photos

 The 16th Annual Bow-Ties vs the World event was loaded with events, including competitions and contests - like the annual Pie Eating competition.  Check out some of the good times.

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Bow-Ties vs the World Show & Shine Award Results

The 16th Annual “Bowties vs the World” Show n Shine was held on August 27th at the Canadian Tire store (132 Ave & Fort Road). The weather was not on our side but we still saw 108 entries on the property and had our share of out-of-town entries including from Surrey BC, Grande Prairie, Irma, Westaskiwin, Clyde and Tofield in addition to the Edmonton area.

Kudos to the Kilkenny Scout group for an excellent BBQ and the good folks from Canadian Tire.Sonya and her gang were terrific!!

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16th Annual Bow-Ties vs the World Gallery: The Rides

 Click "Read More" to see images of some of the Rides that showed up for this year's Bow-Ties vs the World event.


30th Pro-Stock Performance Show & Shine

August 14th was the 30th Anniversary Pro-Stock Performance Show and Shine.  There was a great turnout from all areas of rides - close to 200 by our count - and everyone was greeted by great weather.

From a Nitro-powered funnycar, an alcohol powered dragster, some pro-mod cars, the City Police Drag team and a vast array of street-driven vehicles - there was everything a Gearhead could ask for.

The Club has its share of members with many people dropping by.  Kudos to fellow member Les Hastey, who won an award for his entry - a 1955 2-door low rider.

Special thanks to Kathy and the gang at Pro-Stock Performance for the terrific event!
Just a note - there were some pics we couldn't post ;)

Click "read more" to see the pics