Anvils Past Shows...
Luxury & Supercar Weekend
The 10th Annual Luxury & Supercar Weekend in Vancouver BC
FANCY DANNY: Parked beside swanky-panky dreamboats on the VanDusen lawn, an Ontario-built Pontiac Acadian cost maybe $3,000 in 1964. Today, having gained a 10.3-litre, twin-turbo engine developing 2,510 horsepower, it could be worth $1 million. That said, not much, if anything, remains of the ho-hum two-door sedan that Victoria-based Danny Jadresko bought in 1983. He and bride Sandy later honeymooned in it. With son Cody, and aided by Quebec-based custom-car builder J.F. Launier, the Jadreskos spent 18 years developing the Acadian into a “street outlaw” that can blow the doors of most European exotics. Meanwhile, their W&J Construction and Woodsmere Holdings firms opened the doors to thousands of single- and multi-unit homes they’d built, including 600 units in Langford that rent for $800 to $1,200 monthly.- from vancouversun.com September 13, 2019
Hot August Nights
Anvil wins 2nd place
from over 8,000 cars!
The Largest Nostalgic Car Show in the World - Reno NV 2019
Oak Bay Collector Car Festival
Popular Car Event in Victoria BC 2019
some images courtesy of Larry Pfister at www.facebook.com/larry.pfister.10
Popular Car Event in Osoyoos 2019
some images courtesy of Cam Hutchins at www.carnut.ca
Best Car in 50 year Quebec Sports Auto Show History!!
Quebec Sports Auto Show 2019
Anvil was also awarded Best in Class, Most Outstanding Street Machine and JF Launier was honoured with the Builder of the Decade trophy.
Motorama Grand Champion!
Toronto Motorama Expo 2019
"Sunday’s show car special awards presentation took place on the Rust-Oleum Stage and concluded with a 1964 Pontiac Acadian – dubbed ‘Anvil’ – being named the 2019 Motorama Grand Champion by the show’s judging staff.
Owned by Danny, Sandy & Cody Jadresko, the JF Launier-built car was one of ten Pinty’s Canadian 10 cars identified as contenders for the show’s top prize, on Saturday."
- from motoramashow.com March 10, 2019
Anvil Makes the Great 8!
2019 Detroit Autorama
It was the first time a Canadian built car had been shown here at the world’s premier custom car show. On Friday it was announced that it had made the Great 8 competition to vie for the Ridler Award, the most coveted award in the custom car hobby.
- from classiccarnews.com March 2, 2019