Team Redline is once again ready to present its annual car show that will display numerous cars

Car show to take place Canada Day

Car and bike enthusiasts will be out in full force in downtown Golden on Canada Day for Team Redline’s 7th annual car show along 9th Ave. N.

Car and bike enthusiasts will be out in full force in downtown Golden on Canada Day for Team Redline’s 7th annual car show along 9th Ave. N.

Once again, the car show will have a wide range of vehicles on display.

“It’s a big mix,” said Lisa Tang of Team Redline. “It’s trucks, bikes, classics, hot rods, everything. Basically anything with wheels can come out.”

Last year, over 50 vehicles entered the show and Tang hopes to equal or better that number this year. In the past, entrants have come from all over, but it is local Keith Dondaneau that has taken home the top prize three of the seven years, including a win last year for his yellow T-bucket.

In addition to the big prize, awards are also handed out in a variety of other categories.

Organizers are still looking for volunteers to help out with the show, including someone to handle barbecuing duties.

While most entrants tend to sign up on the day of the show, organizers would prefer vehicle owners to pre-register, and there is some incentive to register early, as the first 50 registrants will receive a free t-shirt. Participants will also be entered in a raffle.

Contact Tang at 250-344-4883 or goldenteamredline@gmail.com for volunteer and registration information.

 

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