It was a perfect day for the 29th Vintage Cruisers Annual Show and Shine on Sunday.
Sweet cars and sunshine, what more could you ask for?
The 29th Annual Vintage Cruisers Show and Shine took place yesterday at Island Park, featuring over 130 vintage automobiles and motorcycles.
Rusty Rutherford is the Rod Run Chairman. He says it was great to see so many clubs come out to support them, like they do in return. He notes by the end of the summer, they're all like family. Rutherford was pleased to see the Fabulous 50's Club out of Winnipeg come out, saying it's always great to see some classic Fords. He also pointed to several gorgeous '57 Chevy's as highlights.
Pete Fleming, one of the event's organizers, says it was a great day and the warm and sunny weather definitely helped to bring more people out.
Check out the show for yourself. Here's the video!
1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air.
It also looks great in pink.
This '65 Nova had car lovers drooling.
People were making a beeline to check out this unique interior.
It takes a lot to make a nice car. This owner lets you know all the numbers that went into his ride.
Wiping down "Cool Toy" before the show.
The rare Ford Edsel made an appearance as well.
It wasn't just cars on display. There were plenty of bikes to catch your eye.
This motorcycle featured an amazing paint job to honour the memory of those lost on 9/11.
The hot rods were out in full force.
That's a lot of horsepower.
This Mercury Monarch featured a passenger who may have been in it since it came off the assembly line.
Now that's what I call a "hot" rod.
Sometimes a car's uniqueness is all in the paintjob.