Vintage vehicles on display

Restored and customized vehicles will be on display at the seventh annual Endless Summer Show and Shine on Sept. 8.

Restored and customized vehicles will be on display at the seventh annual Endless Summer Show and Shine on Sept. 8.

The car show, on Main Street, runs from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Garry Janzen, one of the event organizers, said around 200 vehicles from around the province will be on display.

“We’ve got a big selection of different kinds of vehicles,” he said. “We’ve even got an old logging truck.”

This year, he said organizers would also like to have some motorcycles on display.

The vehicles include restored cars and trucks, customized vehicles and hot rods.

The show, which coincides with the Summerland Fall Fair weekend, includes a Kiwanis pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. and classic rock from FlashBack.

 

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