FATHER’S DAY: Classic cars flood FRHP annually on Father’s Day

Head down to Fraser River Heritage Park Sunday, rain or shine, for Old Car Sunday

Car aficionados mark Father’s Day in their calendars every year thanks to the popular Old Car Sunday in the Park

Every year on Father’s Day, old cars rumble through the park gates in full show.

Roughly 1,000 classic cars are on display, ranging from Model T Fords to the latest Dodge Vipers.

This event is one of a kind, and what more could any Dad ask for than this?

Bring your whole family down for an exciting day discovering cars of the past and present against the spectacular backdrop that is Fraser River Heritage Park.

The event starts at 9 a.m. and goes to 3 p.m. To display your car, please call 604-463-4298.

For more information please visit www.oldcarsunday.ca.

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