There will be some awesome autos on display in downtown Courtenay this summer.

Classic car shows in the Comox Valley this summer

Comox Valley classic car connoisseurs are looking forward to a busy summer of viewing vintage vehicles.

Ernie’s Calendar of 2015 car shows for Vancouver Island, compiled by Don Earnshaw of Canadian Classic Chevelles & Beaumonts, lists several events that local car buffs will want to attend.

The season starts May 3 with the Comox Valley Swap & Show N Shine. More info is available from Yvon at 250-898-9782.

There will be more classy chassis on display July 25-26 at the Comox Valley Classic Cruisers Show & Shine.

The cruise night begins at 7 p.m. at the A&W on Cliffe Avenue on the 25th and more information is available at 250-897-0282 or 250-703-4647. The show is on the 26th in downtown Courtenay and runs 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 250-339-7676 or 250-338-5489 for details.

In August, the Comox Valley Vintage Wheels Car Club (as part of Comox Nautical Days) will be at Marina Park from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. More information is at 250-339-2386.

For updates, cruise to http://cdnclassicchevellesbeaumonts.ca

 

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