Nothin' Beats The Classics
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The crowd down at Fort George Park today, taking in the Show N' Shine
Prince George, BC - Nothin' beats the classics, not even the threat of bad weather...
While the 'shine' may have been fleeting, the clouds and odd drop of rain did not keep people at home as they came out by the hundreds to Fort George Park today to the take in the Father's Day Show N' Shine.
Today marked the 38th annual event for Prince George's Cruisin' Classics auto club...and there was definitely something for everyone.
It was a walk down memory lane. A 1927 Ford Model T caught the eye of many, not only for its striking paintwork, but also for its flathead engine...
Photo at right shows another unique classic, this time a Chevrolet.
It's a 1941 Cab Over Engine.
And one that had many scratching their heads...
Not the 'classic' paint job, but unique nonetheless! It's a 2012 Cummins Diesel Crew Cab that Northland Dodge had on display done up in camo.
As one youngster said, "It's sick!" That means good.
It truly appears to be a hunter's delight.
Need another view? Enjoy...
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a park is a show peice in itself it does not need a bunch of old cluncers to show it off, But tnen withj all the weeds for green area it probably dosenr matter what you run over those with.
Hard asphalt is where this show should taken place. But then there are many in PG that don't know what a park is for. When dogs run free and crap all over the area. Like I said what does it matter.
There are even some that park thier cars on thier front lawn. Only in PG.