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Events Preview: Jellybean AutoCrafters Canada D’eh Car Show

The Jellybean AutoCrafters 13th Annual Canada D’eh Car Show returns this year on July 1, at Langley Speedway in Langley, B.C. Dennis Gage from My Classic Car will be there,

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Events Preview: Mackee Classic Car Auctions

Mackee Classic Car Auctions is putting on three more big events this summer in Alberta and B.C. First up is the 10th Annual Collector Car Auction in Penticton on Saturday, June

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Readers Rides: 1955 Ford F100

Geoff Smith’s beautiful 1955 Ford F100 pickup was built by Stone’s Speed Shop in  Chilliwack, B.C. and boasts a Dart small-block 427 engine with an 8-71 BDS blower that makes

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Events Preview: 28th Running of the Sockeye Run Car Show

The 28th Annual Sockeye Run Car Show will be held on Sunday June 10th, at Steveston Park, Richmond, B.C. It starts at 10:00 am and ends at 4:00 pm, and

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Feature: B.C. Vintage Truck Museum

There are car museums seemingly everywhere in North America, but far fewer exhibits dedicated just to trucks. Fewer still are the museums featuring only large commercial trucks, and such a facility is located in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey.

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Shop Tour: Bowtie Auto Parts

Muscle Cars have been a passion for Bowtie Auto Parts owner Paul Holmes since he was a teenager. Paul would restore cars in his spare time while working as a Commercial

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Events: 22nd Annual B.C. Classic & Custom Car Show

Johnston Meier Insurance Agencies, Hagerty Classic Car Insurance and the University of the Fraser Valley present the 22nd annual B.C. Classic & Custom Car Show on April 20 to 22

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BC NDP Government Doubles Surtax on Luxury Vehicles

The CBC has reported that the B.C. NDP Government that is currently in power will be doubling the surtax on luxury cars in its 2018 budget. The change will boost

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Feature: Land Rovers & Tuktoyaktuk

Depending on who you are, the term “old Land Rover” conjures up images of either total distress amid a puddle of oil, or complete freedom and ability in all kinds of globetrotting off-road settings. The discontinuation of the Defender model in 2016 (not sold in Canada since 1994) ended a nearly seventy-year-long legacy that cemented Land Rover as one of the most notorious all-terrain brands in the automotive world.

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Snow Wheelin’: What you need to know before going off-roading during the Winter

Story and photos by Albert Vandervelde For many, winter is that dreaded time on our roads. Highway closures, snow and ice make for challenging driving conditions, but for some crazy