What better way to spend Father’s Day than by taking in the beautiful weather and checking out a giant collection of classic cars?
The Annual Prince George Cruisin’ Classics Show & Shine certainly did not disappoint as hundreds of people flocked to Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park to feast their eyes on all of the shiny cars. From classics, vintage models, trucks, and big rigs to hot rods, motorcycles, and race cars, the event had it all.
Bill Turner drove in from Quesnel early Sunday morning with his wife who also collect cars. Turner showed off his 1956 Ford F-100 Custom truck. “I was a mechanic since I was five years old and it just kind of gets in your blood I guess,” Turner said. “You grow up with the different cars, especially the classics.”
Ray Mycock has attended the Show & Shine for more than 20 years. He says it’s a family tradition and it means a lot to spend Father’s Day with them. I just love it, I love meeting everyone and their cars and what they’ve done, I see new cars every year,” he said. “My daughter and my wife have been very interested and I’m proud of them for that.”