Classic cars

Here are the results from Sunday’s Fraser Valley Classic Car Show.

Men take a close look inside a 1957 Oldsmobile Fiesta during the Fraser Valley Classic Car Show (formerly Minter Gardens Classic Car Show) at the Atchelitz Threshermen's Association on Sunday.

Here are the results from Sunday’s Fraser Valley Classic Car Show:

Class A Domestic Up to 1950First place: Ed McEwan, 49 Plymouth WoodieRunner up: Steve Eremenco, 14 Ford Model ‘T’ Touring

Class B Domestic 1951-1960First place: Daryll Christie, 55 Chev convertibleRunner up: Jake Friesen, 58 Buick two-door hardtop

Class C Domestic 1961-1970First place: Randy Schneider, 65 Pontiac GTORunner up: Donald Smith, 65 Ford T Bird

Class D Domestic 1971-1979First place: Andrew Ng, 73 Ford F250 pickupRunner up: Karrie Matthew, 78 Eldorado

Class E Import Up to 1959First place: Dwaine Hays, 53 MG TDRunner up: Mike Stout, 52 Jowett Jupiter

Class F Import 1960-1966First place: Shirley McCullough, 66 Jaguar S-TypeRunner up: Walter Reynolds, 63 Rover P-5

Class G Import 1967-1972First place: Will Humiston, 70 Jaguar E-TypeRunner up: Jerry Goulet, 72 Triumph GT-6

Class H Import 1973-1979First place: Dianna Kitchener, 79 Mini PickupRunner up: Colin Cuvelier, 73 Austin Marina

Celebrity Guest ChoiceNolan Kitchener, Mini Traveller

Premier ChoiceGord Esau, 31 Buick 8-65 Phaeton

People’s ChoiceTrevor Weflen, 60 Dodge D-500 two-door hardtop (next year’s poster car)

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