Hundreds of hot rods rumbled down Goldstream Avenue as the Northwest Deuce Days returned to Greater Victoria for the first time since 2019.
Saturday’s three-hour-long moving car show brought out large crowds, which lined both sides of Langford’s downtown core eager to get a look at the show-quality cars and trucks, many of which were true Deuces – roadsters built in 1932 – and all were custom classics.
This edition of the four-day event held every three years is marking several important milestones. It is the 10th edition of the event, founded in 1998 by Al Clark, the 90th anniversary of the original 1932 Ford Deuce, and the first year the event is being run under the ownership of Destination Greater Victoria and the organization of Jay Donovan.
“All in all, the weekend has been going really well,” said Donovan on Saturday afternoon. “I’ve been getting a lot of great feedback and it seems like everyone is having a really great time around town. It’s so cool to be celebrating custom transportation full of character like these.”