Sooke car show revs up for July

From hot rods, to sport cars, to classics, to motorcycles, the Sooke Car Show and Shine will be one to remember.

Time to grab that rag and dust off that ol’ hot rod in time for this year’s Sooke Car Show and Shine, one of the town’s biggest classic car events yet.

The show runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 16 at the Sooke River Campground.

Space is limited to 150 cars. Motorcycles are also accepted.

Awards will be based on nine categories: Best in Show, Best Motorcycle, Best Original restoration, Best Paint Job, Best Hot Rod, Best Vintage, Best Custom and Best Orphan (foreign vehicle).

Interested car enthusiasts are encouraged to register early online at sookefallfair.ca; by printing off a registration form and fax to 250- 642 -4906; or drop off at Mrs. Lewers Farmhouse, 5526 Sooke Rd.

For more info, please call 250-812-2830.

 

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