Collector car enthusiasts gathered at the Dairy Queen to hear a proclamation read last Thursday evening. The province of British Columbia declared that July 12 and the month of July be known as Collector Car Appreciation Day and Month. There are 86 collector car clubs in B.C. which have brought in over 40 million dollars to the province

Car proclamation

Collector car enthusiasts gathered at the Dairy Queen to hear a proclamation read last Thursday evening.

Collector car enthusiasts gathered at the Dairy Queen to hear a proclamation read last Thursday evening. The province of British Columbia declared that July 12 and the month of July be known as Collector Car Appreciation Day and Month. There are 86 collector car clubs in B.C. which have brought in over 40 million dollars to the province, over the past year. Pictured are Bob Kelly, representative for the sponsor of the event, Specialty Vehicle Association of B.C. and Mayor Janice Perrino.

 

 

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