2009 Wellington Motors (West Guelph, Ontario) Cruise Night

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Wellington Motors Chrysler Jeep Dodge’s Cruize as part of “Moparfest presented by Dodge” was Saturday August 14th, and they had a record turnout!

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Beautiful summer weather brought over 250 cars from Moparfest looking for something to do Saturday night. Live entertainment was provided Rolly Rocker and the Hemi Heads.

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They opened up “Area 51” (Ted & Mike’s non-existent memorabilia and car display) along with the dealership’s showroom (which had in it for sale a ’70 Hemi Challenger clone, an ’06 Ram SRT10 with only 380 miles, a ’97 Prowler, a ’00 Viper Coupe and a Porsche 930 they took on trade on a Viper - - - it wasn’t your average showroom!). People were lined up waiting to get into “Area 51!”

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The highlight of the night was the burnout contest which featured Mike taking Ted’s newly purchased ’69 Daytona (yes, it was a real Daytona) and doing an amazing burnout. A 21 year old girl, Megan Zelinsky, won the burnout contest with a ’73 Scamp.

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It was a great time and there was a huge crowd. They’re a cool dealership and the most amazing part — they didn’t charge anything for the show!

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Wellington Motors has sold Chrysler vehicles since 1940.

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