Vehicles will be displayed at car show

Restored and modified vehicles will be on display downtown during the annual Endless Summer Car Show on Sept. 14.

Restored and modified vehicles will be on display downtown during the annual Endless Summer Car Show on Sept. 14.

The annual car show is organized by the Apple Valley Cruisers car club. The event is an open car show, without restrictions to the vehicles which can be displayed.

“It’s open to anything with wheels,” said Garry Janzen, chair of the club.

The majority of the vehicles will be from the 1930s to the 1950s, but others will also be on display, including hot rods, muscle cars, motorcycles and more.

A 1903 Holley automobile will be one of the vehicles on display. The company which made the car today manufactures Holley carburetors.

Janzen said more than 300 vehicles are expected this year, as there are no other car shows in the province on the same weekend.

Throughout the day, Flashback, a classic rock band, will provide musical entertainment.

The Summerland Secondary School Jazz Band will have a concession and will also perform. Numerous other community groups and organizations are also involved with the show.

Vehicle registration begins downtown at 7:30 a.m. and the show is expected to end between 3:30 and 4 p.m.


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