Thousands of people packed into downtown Chilliwack on Sunday to check out the vehicles on display at the eighth annual Village Classic Car Show.

Classic cars shine

More than 10,000 people packed into downtown Chilliwack on Sunday to check out the 345 vehicles on display at the eighth annual Village Classic Car Show.



More than 10,000 people packed into downtown Chilliwack on Sunday to check out the 345 vehicles on display at the eighth annual Village Classic Car Show.

 

And the winners are:

Doc Kinney, 1937 Chev Coupe — Hub International award

Vic Goertzen, 1969 Chev Camaro — People’s Choice award

Tammy and Bruce Graham, 1940 Chevy pickup — Mayor’s Choice award

Lorraine and John Stompered, 1969 Ford Mustang Moch 1 — Chilliwack Ford award

Stu Craig, 1928 Ford Model A Tudor — O’Connor Dodge Chrysler Jeep award

Hank Stefanek, 1966 Chev Nova — Mertin Group of Companies award

Lewis and Leslie Puls, 1947 Pontiac Torpedo — PriceSmart Foods award

John and June Hood, 1954 Ford Club Coupe — Save-On Foods award

Jean and Larry Campbell 1933 Chevrolet CA — Cooper’s Foods award

Vic Goertzen, 1969 Chevy Camaro — Sutton Group-Showplace Realty award

 

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