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Classic Cars and Trucks Shine at Aldergrove Legion

Having their recently restored and modified vintage GMC panel truck judged the best engine, best interior, best truck, and #1 in the people’s choice category made for a great haul for Grant and Karen Hobbis of Aldergrove at the Legion Car Show, Saturday. - Submitted photo
Having their recently restored and modified vintage GMC panel truck judged the best engine, best interior, best truck, and #1 in the people’s choice category made for a great haul for Grant and Karen Hobbis of Aldergrove at the Legion Car Show, Saturday.
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Having their recently restored and modified vintage GMC panel truck judged the best engine, best interior, best truck, and #1 in the people’s choice category made for a great haul for Grant and Karen Hobbis of Aldergrove at the Legion Car Show, Saturday.

All kinds of vintage and antique cars and trucks, including a 1978 Austin Mini owned by Patrick Moinston (photo below), were on display on Saturday at the Aldergrove Legion Car Show.

The annual show is a fundraiser for the Aldergrove Legion charities.

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