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Photo: Arriving in style

Aldergrove resident Mike McVay got a lot of attention at the Sunday all-Pontiac car show at the Cascades casino. McVay had the oldest vehicle a 1928 Landau Sport sedan with wood spoke wheels that he drove to the event. He has travelled as far as Harrison in the Landau, but refuses to take it into Vancouver because of the heavy traffic. - Dan FERGUSON/Langley Times
Aldergrove resident Mike McVay got a lot of attention at the Sunday all-Pontiac car show at the Cascades casino. McVay had the oldest vehicle a 1928 Landau Sport sedan with wood spoke wheels that he drove to the event. He has travelled as far as Harrison in the Landau, but refuses to take it into Vancouver because of the heavy traffic.
— image credit: Dan FERGUSON/Langley Times
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