The annual Swap Meet at the Kwantlen Polytechnic University parking lot always brings out car buffs and soon to turn into car buffs.
Ten-month-old Griffin Elder got to see the Sunday Swap Meet from the back of his dragster wagon built by his grandpa.
"That's his second wagon," said grandfather Wade Elder, of Maple Ridge.
An avid car buff, Wade wanted to make something special for his grandson and a store bought buggy just wasn't gonna cut it.
"Grandpa ain't pushing no stroller," Wade joked.
Cruise-In 2012 was the first outing for the new vehicle that fits right in with the range of distinctive autos that annually occupy the swap meet.
In addition to vehicles, there were all manner of parts, auto memorabilia, vintage items from past eras and more.
Doug Blamey's auto still needs a bit of help getting to the event but even on the back of a trailer, the 1934 Austin hearse caught the eye of many.
The hearse with carved windows and its funereal accessories was made in England but purchased and brought to Vancouver in the late 1950s.
Blamey has found he doesn't have the time to restore a beloved project, and so took it to the Swap Meet car corral to find a buyer.