1968 Chev Impala owned by Brian Lamanes of Prince George and 1954 Mercury Sun Valley Glasstop owned by Darrell Weaver and Idelys Roque of Vanderhoof.

Hooterville Hootin’ for 33 years

Presented by Nechako Valley Classics and Custom Car Club

Presented by Nechako Valley Classics and Custom Car Club

 

1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Coupe proudly owned by Jack and Judy McPherson of Dawson Creek. This rare Canadian car was built in Regina Saskatchewan, #675 off production line, powered by 1988 Camaro TPI 305 with 700R transmission with 2800 stall converter, all original steel body and frame All photos by Fiona Marueen

Vanderhoof resident Bud Pye’s 1931 Ford Model A. The ‘A-Model’, as it’s also known, was the second huge success for the Ford Motor Company, after its predecessor, the Model T. Model A production ended in 1932.

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