Thousands of people flocked to downtown Chilliwack on Sunday for the annual Village Classic Car Show. For more photos

RESULTS: Vintage vehicles shine at Chilliwack’s Village Classic Car Show

Here are the winners from the 11th annual Hub International Barton Insurance Village Classic Car Show.

Thousands of people swarmed downtown Chilliwack on Sunday to check out the hundreds of vehicles on display during the annual Village Classic Car Show.

Five Corners and the surrounding streets (Yale Road, Young Road, Wellington Avenue, Mills Street and Victoria Avenue) were filled with about 300 vintage and collector cars in a rainbow of colours.

Here are the winners from the 11th annual Hub International Barton Insurance Village Classic Car Show:

1) Mr Lube – People’s Choice – Cindy Fleck2) City of Chilliwack – Mayor’s Choice – Phil Maharay3) HUB International Barton Insurance – Robert Dyck4) Mertin Group of Companies – Kai Stahl5) O’Connor Dodge Chrysler Jeep – Ed Dyck6) Chilliwack Ford – David Franklin & Gary Bayer7) Pricesmart Foods – Stuart Vander Kooi8) Save On Foods – Angus Murphy9) Cooper’s Foods – Marshall Hawley10) Sutton Showplace Realty – Rob Whitehead

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