Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of antque cars motoring around Agassiz this weekend. The are part of the Antique Chapter of the Vintage Car Club of Canada.

Early 1900 cars highlight of upcoming show

The Antique Chapter of the Vintage Car Club of Canada will be in Agassiz on the afternoon of July 10.

The Antique Chapter of the Vintage Car Club of Canada will be in Agassiz on the afternoon of July 10.  The visit will be part of the group’s annual tour and will feature approximately 20 cars, all built before 1928.

The cars will be available for public viewing in the parking area of the Agassiz Speedway between 12 and 1 p.m.

Among the cars registered are:

• 1910 Buick• 1910 Mitchell• 1911 Chalmers• 1911 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost – the oldest Rolls Royce in Canada• 1911 Russell-Knight, built in Toronto by the CCM company • 1911, 1914, and 1924 Cadillac touring cars• 1923 Packard• 1914 and 1915 Model T Fords

The Antique Chapter is a group of people dedicated to preserving and driving “brass-era” cars (built prior to 1916).  The members come from B.C., Alberta, and Washington and are affiliated with both the Vintage Car Club of Canada and the Horseless Carriage Club of America.  They will be spending the weekend touring the Agassiz/Hope area and welcome the opportunity to show their cars on July 10.

For more , visit antique.vccc.com.

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