Ford and Friends Show and Shine coming soon

The 34th Annual Fords and Friends Car Show and Shine is coming to Heritage Acres this month

The 34th Annual Fords and Friends Car Show and Shine is coming to Heritage Acres this month.

The large annual show takes place this year on Sunday, July 20 and offers attendees the opportunity to see hundreds of unique show cars along with fun events for the whole family.

Ride the miniature trains run by the Vancouver Island Mondel Engineers, enjoy great food, listen to live music courtesy of Rukus and try your luck on the 50/50 draws all while taking in the sights and sounds of Heritage Acres.

Show goers can also cast their vote for the best cars in the show.

Owners and builders will be in attendance to tell spectators about their vehicles.

Admission is $15 for a family. For more information on the show visit www.earlyfordv8victoria.com or call Jim Jennings at 250-477-5594.

 

reporter@peninsulanewsreview.com

 

 

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