BC Classic and Custom Car Show guest of honour - Henry Winkler 'The Fonz' signs autograph for Terry Alexander.

2014 Classic and Custom Car Show has something for everybody

Meet your custom car heroes and special guest of honour Henry Winkler "The Fonz"

  • Apr. 18, 2014 7:00 a.m.



The 18th annual BC Classic and Custom Car Show – cars, stars and guitars took place at Tradex at the Abbotsford Airport over the weekend.

This year’s show featured a wide variety of custom and classic cars.  Honoured guest was Henry Winkler, better known as “the Fonz”.  Visitors also met custom car heroes including George Barris, Gene Winfield and Voodoo Larry.  The showcase vehicle was the 2014 Ridler Award winner -– a custom you have to see to believe.

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