Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue will be hot rod heaven as it welcomes the 6th annual classic car and hot rods show this coming Saturday June 14, commencing at 7am.
Quebec’s first real waterfront boardwalk car show features over 500 of the meanest, wildest, and sexiest cars from the mid 20th century, these racers have been primed to be displayed.
Music of the 50’s and 60’s will fill the air as automobiles such as the early Ford models, 1927 T-Bucket, 1930 Model A, 1931 Roadster, and 1932 Tudor sedan, will join a fleet of machines from the past 100 years that captures your imagination.
Owners will be on-site to answer questions about the cars that occupy their zeal.
“Hundreds of hours have been spent organizing this day. We are expecting over 18,000 people. A hydra-plane will appear in the passage during the festivities which add to the uniqueness of the show,” Jennifer Pragai, of The Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue merchants association and organizer told The Suburban.
Kelso Park will highlight car themed inflatable, camp councilors organizing games and toys for the children.
Time can be spent to stride the boat lined boardwalk to discover the historic canal, dine on one of the many terraces overlooking the waterfront, dance to the tunes, and check out the vintage cars on display on Ste-Anne Street.
The gates open at 7am with entrance to registered cars. A shuttle bus service is provided in designated parking areas, on the outskirts of the main entrance.
Live music will be from 8am-3pm when door prizes and trophy awards are assigned to the winning machines at that time.
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