Thousands of car enthusiasts came to Mission’s Fraser River Heritage Park for the annual Father’s Day Old Car Sunday in the Park event. / Bob Friesen Photos

PHOTOS: Dads, car enthusiasts flock to annual show

Mission’s Old Car Sunday in the Park takes place every year on Father’s Day, thousands come out

Whether you are a car enthusiast, or just a dad, looking for a way to celebrate Father’s Day, Mission’s Fraser River Heritage Park was the place to be on Sunday.

Great weather brought out a near record turnout for the 2019 Old Car Sunday in the Park as thousands of custom and classic car fans came out to enjoy over 1,000 cars, trucks, motorcycles, and boats on display.

There were also food, vendors, live music and a zip line to add to the fun.

Proceeds from the event went to the Mission Firefighters’ Charitable Society.

 

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