Langley Advance files A vendor at the 2015 Swap Meet and Car Corral

CRUISE-IN: Langley auto swap meet popular Sunday event

The spotlight is on auto parts, tools, and cars for sale on Sunday but there's much more on offer.

Wayne Patterson, president of the Langley Good Times Cruise-In, said the spots at the annual Swap Meet were sold out by mid-August.

While the car show is over by late Saturday afternoon, it is followed up by an opportunity for shopping for the car-inclined.

The swap meet runs from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot of the Kwantlen Polytechnic University off Highway 10 (Langley Bypass) and Glover Road.

Unlike the free Cruise-In, admission to the Swap Meet is $2 for customers looking for deals.

Running simultaneously with the Swap Meet is the annual Car Corral.

Anyone can put their car on display for sale. There is no pre-registration, and it costs $20 per vehicle.

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