Mike McVay's 1928 Pontiac was just one of about 100 cars registered into the sixth annual Agassiz Harrison Lions Car Show on Jul. 27 in Agassiz. The sedan is still road worthy

Gleaming in the Agassiz sun

About 100 cars turned out for annual Lions Car Show in Agassiz

Mike McVay’s 1928 Pontiac was just one of about 100 cars registered into the sixth annual Agassiz Harrison Lions Car Show on Jul. 27 in Agassiz. The sedan is still road worthy, and like many of the vintage car owners, McVay drove to the show along the Lougheed Hwy.

Also of note, a special edition, 1967 Toronado was on display. Toronados are extremely rare. Only four were made, and were prizes during the ’67 Expo in Montreal.

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