Classic car show returns to Mission for fourth year

Proceeds from the event on Sept. 21 go to the Fraser Valley Humane Society

For the fourth year in a row, a local auto repair business will host a classic car show in Mission.

Bent Wrenches Autoservice holds the event on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 7076 Mershon St. (off Harbour Avenue).

Each year the show attracts car enthusiasts from around the Fraser Valley to Mission Harbour to view a variety of classic autos, including Ferraris and Lamborghinis.

As in previous years, the show will feature a barbecue fundraiser with all proceeds going to the Fraser Valley Humane Society.

There will be live music and prizes for both exhibitors and spectators.

“We are thrilled to host an event that brings the community together to enjoy some spectacular cars while supporting a local animal shelter at the same time,” said Bernie Hamm, owner of Bent Wrenches Autoservice and organizer of the event.

This is a free family event with all makes and models welcome. In case of cancellation due to heavy rain, the charity will still receive a donation anyway.

For more information, contact Bernie at 604-287-3332.

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