Senior Rick Byrd lounged next to his 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak during the Pacific Performance Pontiac Car Club’s 28th annual show in the Cascades Casino Parking lot on Sunday.

Pontiac show, held at Cascades Casino parking lot, marked its 28th year

It was a classic day for cars in Langley City this past Sunday.

Show marks 28 years

An assortment of vintage cars and trucks mixed in with muscle cars filled a corner of the Cascades Casino parking lot Sunday, for the Pacific Performance Pontiac Car Club’s 28th annual show.

All Pontiacs, GMCs, Oldsmobiles, and Buicks were welcome.

Dash plaques went to the first 100 entries.

There was also a 50/50 raffle and door prizes.

Proceeds go to the CKNW Orphans’ Fund and Covenant House.

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