Country Car Show is at Langley’s Coop

Anyone who has stopped by the Otter Co-op this week will have seen some horsepower history to spotlight the third annual Country Car Show this Sunday.

The show will feature distinctive vehicles such as Willie Wright’s 1950 Ford pickup.

It’s lived its entire life on 240th Street since the Wright family purchased it in 1950.

Doug Taylor will have his 1957 retractable Ford at the show.

Hosted by the Central Fraser Valley Vintage Car Club of Canada, the show is the club’s only fundraiser.

The entry fee is $10, with breakfast for $3 and burgers and hot dogs during the day.

People can register their vehicles starting at 8 a.m. and the public is welcome to start checking out the show at 9 a.m. There are dash plaque prizes and live entertainment, and entry is open to all vehicles.

The Otter Coop is just off Fraser Highway at 248th Street.

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